On July 27, 2020, Wartburg College announced that all full-time students would have the opportunity to come back to Wartburg for a tuition-free fifth year due to the 2020-2021 school year being negatively affected by COVID-19.
Over the past few years, many international students have struggled to feel accepted at Wartburg College. Along with being far from home, several college policies differ between domestic and international students.
Steve Palmquist, a longtime theater arts and speech teacher, will cover all things science-fiction during Wartburg College’s Keep on Learning community education series beginning Thursday, Oct. 14.
With only a few months remaining in Wartburg College’s fundraising campaign in support of the renovation of Centennial and Vollmer halls, a $1.5 million challenge gift from the Franklin & Irene List Saemann Foundation has put the final goal within striking distance.
Wartburg Community Symphony Association season memberships are now available for the orchestra’s 2021-22 season.
Wartburg Alliance is hosting its Rainbow Social on Oct. 9, 6-8 p.m., in the Alliance Lounge in Löhe Hall 137. All are welcome to attend and enjoy refreshments provided by Alliance.
Wartburg College will celebrate Homecoming & Family Weekend Thursday through Sunday, Oct. 7-10. This year’s theme is “reUKNIGHTED.”
The Wartburg College Board of Regents is announcing three new members.
There’s a change coming to a longtime tradition: no homecoming court.
Anshika Singh, a 2021 Wartburg College graduate, is the recipient of the college’s Robert C. Gremmels Graduate Fellowship.