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  • History Professors Selected for National Conferences

    Dr. Geoffrey Dipple and Dr. Matthew Pehl of the Augustana History Department have been selected to attend prestigious seminars sponsored by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC).

  • Luxembourg Ambassador to Visit Campus

    Jean-Louis Wolzfeld, Luxembourg's Ambassador to the United States, will address Augustana students at the annual Government and International Affairs/Political Science Department banquet on Thursday, May 1.

  • Gift Inspired by Family Legacy Impacts Today's Education Majors

    A life-long educator, Margaret Kordsmeyer's Augustana roots run deep. Her grandparents, uncle and mother have ties here. Her family connection, and her passion for education, led Kordsmeyer to leave her estate to the College to fund scholarships for education majors. Learn more.

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    Applying to Augustana

    Augustana is already sending its first offers of admission to the Class of 2018. Apply today! It's FREE!

  • Accelerated Nursing ProgramAccelerated Nursing Program
    Learn more about this post-baccalaureate accelerated option for students who have a college degree and have completed the prerequisite courses.

  • summer music campSummer Music Camp
    Explore music, establish new friendships, and build memories at Augustana's 2014 Summer Music Camp! Designed for students entering grades 7-12. Camp choices include Band, Choir, Orchestra, Keyboard, Guitar, Private Voice, Instrumental Lessons and more. Register today!

  • CWS Dakota ConferenceCWS Dakota Conference

    The Center for Western Studies is hosting the 46th annual Dakota Conference on April 25-26 on the topic of "the Great War and the Northern Plains." Approximately 80 presenters from as many as 15 states will present papers and participate in panels.