For Fall 2016, Augustana’s enrollment grew 5 percent from last year, marking the University’s highest enrollment since 1990.
U.S. News ranked Augustana No. 3 among the "Best Regional Colleges in the Midwest" and gave the University high marks on its analysis of "Best Value" colleges and universities. AU was also ranked No. 2 among "Best Regional Colleges for Veterans"
Dr. Pam Homan, executive director of Augustana's Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, talks with KELO-TV News about the Entrepreneurial Mindset Academy.
Five former student artists who excel in their chosen artistic field will be the first inductees in the Augustana Arts Hall of Fame on Friday, Oct. 14, during the Command Performance at the Washington Pavilion over Viking Days.
In collaboration with his new exhibit, "Lifeline," now on display in Augustana's Eide/Dalrymple Gallery, Los Angeles-based artist Len Davis took time on Thursday to conduct a collage workshop with local middle school students.
The Princeton Review, a nationally known education services company, has again ranked Augustana among the best in the Midwest. The University is listed among 156 premier institutions The Princeton Review recommends in its "Best in the Midwest" category of the website feature, "2017 Best Colleges: Region by Region."
Eleven new faculty have joined the Augustana community this fall. They come from all across the United States to board the Viking ship as we set sail on a new academic year.
Augustana volleyball head coach Dan Meske today announced the signing of 14-year-old Lexi Valentine from Sioux Falls to a National Letter of Intent at Augustana. Valentine is now a member of the Augustana volleyball team thanks to Team IMPACT, whose mission is to improve the quality of life for children facing life-threatening and chronic illnesses through the power of team.
Augustana honored 27 rising juniors with the prestigious Sophomore Honors Award during the University's Opening Convocation ceremony on Tuesday, Aug. 30.
Anticipating his upcoming book "The Making of Working-Class Religion," Matthew Pehl, associate professor of history, was recently featured in Religion Dispatches, a Webby-nominated site for "the best writing on critical and timely issues at the intersection of religion, politics and culture."