Forty-five alumni in different professions are offering advice to students and young graduates. More are welcome!
Augustana President Steve Bahls talks about why he is passionate about using his position to facilitate discussions of racial justice and social change.
Augustana has received outstanding support from alumni and friends in the past year, but especially in recent weeks.
The spring sports season may have been canceled, but the Augustana athletics program hasn’t slowed down in recent months. The college has added three varsity sports for a total of 28 teams—the most for any CCIW school—and two new head coaches.
Audrey Moore ’15 has given the Milwaukee community an extraordinary public work of art.
Retiring Pastor Richard Priggie '74 has 21 years of Augustana memories: dramatic moments such as 9/11, but also happier times as a homebuilder and student confidant.
As Augustana College follows the growth curve of new technologies, geospatial science is on the drawing board as a possible new minor.
As Augustana prepares to open an on-campus health clinic, here’s a look back at the years when the college had an infirmary on campus.
Class Notes appears in the monthly newsletter for alumni and friends of the college. It's a popular collection of births, promotions, graduates, and other highlights of daily life.
Steve Schafer, a 2001 graduate of Augustana, has been selected to become the 16th head men’s basketball coach in Viking history.
Augustana College has begun welcoming prospective students and their families for campus tours.
Three humanities professors—Drs. Lauren Hammond, Margaret Morse and Heidi Storl—offer tips and a timeline for successful grad school applications, starting junior year.