Congratulations Augustana Class of 2017! Take a look back at Commencement.
Augustana honored the Class of 2017 at Commencement on Saturday, May 20. Read a recap of the ceremony and see photos from Commencement weekend.
Follow the livestream of the ceremony, reflect on your own graduation, and share your advice for the newest Augie alumni using #AugieGrad.
Chase Marso, quarterback for the Augustana Vikings, was accepted to Harvard earlier this year. Excited as he was about the news, he was also excited about the opportunity to lead the Vikings on the field next fall.
An Augustana senior heard the call to "come on down!" to an internship at "The Price is Right" thanks to an alumna and the Student Success Center.
Nearly three dozen Augustana alumni surprised retiring Augustana Band Director Dr. Bruce Ammann at his farewell concert April 20.
Augustana University will celebrate the retirement of 23rd President Rob Oliver and First Lady Angie Oliver with campus-wide activities on Friday, May 12, on a day proclaimed across South Dakota as “Oliver Day.”
Rising filmmaker Maria Lavelle will study at New York University’s prestigious Tisch School of the Arts next fall.
Augustana's nursing program has been ranked the No. 1 program in South Dakota, according to registered nurses themselves.
Nearly 4,000 people filled the Elmen Center on March 20 to hear acclaimed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson speak at the 20th Boe Forum on Public Affairs.
Augustana's Giving Day, a 24-hour giving event held on Thursday, March 2, raised $135,968 from 282 donors.
On March 2, Augustana Giving Day brought together the campus community to write thank-you notes to donors, and the global community to give in support of Augustana student scholarships. See how our fans shared their #AugieLove on social media.
Augustana University introduced former congresswoman Stephanie Herseth Sandlin as its 24th president. The appointment marks the first time in Augustana’s 157-year history that a woman will serve as president.
You love Augustana. Now’s your chance to share the love. Help a future Viking experience the Augie magic by making a gift in support of student scholarships on Augustana Giving Day, Thursday, March 2.
South Dakota teacher and alumna Amanda (Metzger) Christensen '11 is the recipient of a $25,000 Milken National Educator Award, recognizing her work furthering excellence in education.
The Augustana grad who has led the Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce for more than 37 years is retiring. Evan Nolte '65 has served in leadership positions throughout South Dakota and the Midwest.
Dr. John Berdahl '99 was recently named Top 40 under 40, worldwide, in the field of ophthalmology by Britain's trade journal The Ophthalmologist.
Mel Antonen '79, national Major League Baseball reporter for USA TODAY for 25 seasons, and basketball great Dana (Nielsen) Honner '93 are two of 10 to be inducted into the SD Sports Hall of Fame in 2017.
Augustana University is the best college in the state of South Dakota, according to an article on cbsnews.com using an analysis by Niche, a Pennsylvania-based data analytics website.
Augustana University is pleased to partner with ELS Language Centers to offer intensive English programs on campus. ELS is currently seeking host families in Sioux Falls from four weeks to one year.
Augustana men's basketball opened the 2016-17 season with an exhibition game at Duke University on Friday, Nov. 4.
Construction is set to begin on a new $1.8 million student housing complex, to be located on Summit Avenue across the street from the Madsen Center.
Augustana professors are teaching an innovative new Core Curriculum, an endeavor University officials say will further distinguish Augustana as a premier institution of higher education.
Neil deGrasse Tyson, award-winning astrophysicist, author, and host and narrator of FOX’s "Cosmos," will speak at the Boe Forum on Public Affairs, set for 7:30 p.m. on Monday, March 20. This event is SOLD OUT.
Nearly 500 alumni, friends and members of the campus community turned out Sept. 23 for the official dedication of the Froiland Science Complex, nearly 50 years to the day of the dedication of Augustana's former science facility, the Gilbert Science Center.
Augustana University President Rob Oliver has announced he will retire on July 31, 2017.
For Fall 2016, Augustana’s enrollment grew 5 percent from last year, marking the University’s highest enrollment since 1990.