Alumni, parents and friends of the college are invited to celebrate AUGUSTANA NOW: A Campaign for Success in the World, for the World.
Jose Hernandez, an immigrant and former migrant worker turned engineer and NASA astronaut, will present the 2019 Lawrence H. Roys Lecture.
Why does the blue-lined goatfish see red? Ryan Johnson ’20 explored this question and more this summer.
Award-winning poet, activist, translator and memoirist Carolyn Forché will read from her 2019 memoir, "What You Have Heard Is True."
The Over the Levee, Under the Plow traveling seminar will conclude with Sovereign Foods and Languages.
A national honor recognizes colleges and universities that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion.
The Augustana Vikings will open their season in a matchup with defending national D3 champion UW-Oshkosh.
Augustana College will dedicate the new Ruth and Lefty Anderson Pavilion on campus, located behind the Brunner Theatre Center.
"Noises Off" presents a manic menagerie of itinerant actors rehearsing a flop called “Nothing’s On” in a play-within-a-play.
The Augustana Concert Band, the largest music ensemble at the college, will perform.