Members of the Augustana University Class of 2022 witnessed the official opening of the 2018-19 academic year on Tuesday at the Opening Convocation ceremony, held on campus in the Elmen Center. The ceremony also recognized the 2018 Sophomore Honors Award recipients.
The voyage has begun for Augustana's newest Vikings. Representing 18 states and 12 countries, members of the Augustana University Class of 2022 arrived on campus Saturday morning.
Augustana's first college chaplain and professor emeritus of HPER also served as dean of men, dean of students, assistant football coach and assistant athletic director. He died on August 21, 2018.
Augustana University will celebrate its 2018 National Championship baseball team at 7:05 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 29, with Augustana Night at the Sioux Falls Canaries as they take on the Gary SouthShore RailCats at The Birdcage (1001 Northwest Ave.).
Remarkable works by artist and AU professor emeritus Carl Grupp are entrusted to Augustana's Eide/Dalrymple Gallery, forming the Carl Grupp Legacy Collection.
A new all-way pedestrian crosswalk — also known as a pedestrian scramble — has debuted at 33rd Street and Grange Avenue.
Augustana will honor alumni for excellence and achievement in the performing and visual arts during the Viking Days Command Performance on Saturday, Oct. 20.
“The Commandant of Lubizec,” the first novel published by Augustana University’s Writer-in-Residence and Chair of the the English and Journalism department, Dr. Patrick Hicks, has been converted into an audiobook. Now available via Audible, this rare achievement comes more than four years after the novel was initially published by Steerforth/Random House in March 2014.
Augustana University Athletics will induct six individuals into the 2018 Augustana Athletics Hall of Fame this fall during Viking Days. The 2018 inductees will be honored at the Hall of Fame banquet, set for Friday, Oct. 19, at the Holiday Inn City Centre.
Mount Marty College and Augustana University Set Clear Path for Students Pursuing a Master of Science in Athletic Training
Exercise science students at Mount Marty College (MMC) in Yankton, South Dakota now have a direct pathway to earning their master's degree in athletic training at Augustana University (AU) in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The partnership was made official on July 25, 2018, when representatives from the two institutions met on the AU campus to sign an articulation agreement.