Our plan is to return to in-person learning this fall. What's yours?
We know the pandemic has made your college decision harder than ever, so we've made some changes for you.
We're accepting applications for students entering during the fall of 2020 through August, so you have time to make the right decision for you and your family.
• We've temporarily relaxed some admissions policies
• Financial aid and scholarships are still available
• We're here to help: find your admissions counselor
Augustana is home to 2,500 students from different social, ethnic, religious and cultural backgrounds.
They're all different, but they like to do a lot of the same things:
60% of them study abroad
35% are in varsity sports
20% join music ensembles, even non-majors
68% do at least one internship
Visit Augustana, meet our students and faculty, and see them in action. Look around our home in the Quad Cities, where the Mississippi River runs through it, and nothing runs like a Deere.
The ‘sticker price’ is not the final price of college
In a state known for the unknowns when it comes to funding for public education, Augustana is more affordable than families might think. Once they receive their financial aid packages, students and families can be surprised at the cost difference between a private, independent college and a large, regional public university.
It’s a difference that can be missed during a family’s initial review of college costs. And it can make all the difference to a student's college choice. (Read more)