The Augustana University nursing program is proud to announce its Accelerated Class of 2020.
With their HealthHack entry called “Health Memo,” Augustana students Taha Afzal ‘22, Pawan Subedi ‘22 and Samuel Woldegiorgies ‘22 earned second place in the 2020 Sanford HealthHack competition, also receiving the Audience Choice award.
Augustana University has announced the addition of two sports beginning with the 2021-22 school year. Men’s swimming & diving and the NCAA emerging sport of women’s acrobatics and tumbling are set to bring the Viking athletics offerings to 21 sports.
Augustana University announced that the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is graduating more than twice as many graduates who have successfully completed the Diversity Advocacy Certification Program in Fall 2020.
Augustana University shares the stories of two alumni who were called to serve in the United States Armed Forces. The AU community honors and gives thanks for their service and the service of all of our students, alumni and families who lead and sacrifice for our freedom.
Augustana University is extremely proud to announce that the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) has awarded Assistant Dean of Students for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Willette Capers with the Innovative Program Award for her work on the Diversity Advocate Certification Program.
Augustana is proud to announce that the university made the list of Best Accelerated Nursing Programs in 2020 by Best Value Schools — ranked No. 3 in the nation out of the 264 member schools in the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN).
Augustana University is proud to have earned a spot on WalletHub’s “2021’s Best Universities Rankings” list, ranked Augustana No. 1 in South Dakota, No. 30 in the Midwest and No. 157 nationwide among universities who offer “top notch education at the most reasonable prices.”
Augustana Alumna Dr. Kelly Wong has recruited hundreds of healthcare systems, workers and students across the nation to help increase turnout among registered voters who find themselves unexpectedly hospitalized in the days and weeks prior to November 3, 2020.