Nine Wartburg College students are spending their summer educating others about the benefits of the COVID-19 vaccine as a way to increase vaccination rates in their home communities.
A total of 18 students and professionals from as far away as Oak Park, Calif., rounded out the inaugural class in Wartburg College’s new Master of Arts in leadership degree program.
High school students and their parents will gain insight into life at Wartburg College during Worth It Week, Aug. 1-6.
Ja’Niya LaBeaux, a 2021 Waterloo East High School graduate, is the recipient of Wartburg College’s Harry and Polly Slife Minority Scholarship.
The Wartburg College Concert Bands and the college’s Beta Beta Beta Honor Society chapter each received a Governor’s Volunteer Award from Gov. Kim Reynolds and Lt. Governor Adam Gregg during a special recognition ceremony held virtually July 14.
Mariah Ambrose, a 2021 Waterloo East High School graduate, is the recipient of Wartburg College’s R.J. McElroy Minority Scholarship.
Wartburg College has accepted President Joe Biden’s invitation for colleges and universities to join him in the White House’s efforts to end the COVID-19 pandemic by encouraging vaccination for all eligible individuals.
Rick Willis, an executive director of athletics and wellness and head football coach known for cultivating a successful Division III athletic department both on and off the field, will serve as Wartburg College’s first vice president for student recruitment.
A $2 million lead gift commitment from Jack and Sarah Salzwedel has inspired the Wartburg College Board of Regents to authorize a $9 million fundraising campaign in support of the renovation of Centennial and Vollmer halls, two of the oldest student residences on campus.
Wartburg College recently established the Robert Holtz Memorial Scholarship to celebrate the life and generosity of Robert “Bob” Holtz.