Come back to campus Oct. 13-16
to “Shine Your Armor” for
Homecoming & Family Weekend!
Connect with us. Wartburg alumni, parents, and friends live all over the world, but our “orange connection” keeps us connected. The resources on this page will help you stay involved with the “college of your brightest days”! You’ll find information about events in your area; alumni awards; ways to participate, promote, and provide in the life of the college; and links to news and feature stories, plus much more. Explore below, and contact the Alumni and Parent Programs Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 319-352-8491 with your questions. Once a Knight, always a Knight!
We are always amazed at all the wonderful things that are happening in the lives of our alumni. We publish some of these accolades in our Wartburg Magazine twice a year but can’t include all accomplishments. We invite you to join us on social media to share your news and stay connected to Wartburg. It’s a great way to share photos of your Wartburg friends, fun events, and exciting life experiences!
Keep on Learning: American Rhetoric, American Reality: The Idea of Religious Freedom Begins Sept. 8, 2016
Homecoming & Family Weekend
Oct. 13-16, 2016
MISSION STATEMENT: Wartburg College has traditionally encouraged its faculty, staff, students, and alumni to serve others in response to God’s grace. Alumni awards have been established to recognize alumni and friends of Wartburg College for their special achievements and contributions to the college, the church, their community, and the workplace. By recognizing these special achievements, we give living testimony to the goals and ideals of Wartburg College.
Participate in the life of the College and its students by attending events, celebrating reunions, and staying engaged.
Provide financial gifts, volunteer leadership, and other services critical to the College’s success.
Promote Wartburg to prospective students or their parents, and share the good news of how being orange at Wartburg is “worth it.”
Contact your government representatives about the importance of private colleges and tell your Wartburg story to everyone you can. Please remember to keep Wartburg in your thoughts and prayers.
500 Years of Reformation
June 7-21, 2017
Join the Rev. Dr. Kit Kleinhans, the Mike and Marge McCoy Family Distinguished Chair of Lutheran Heritage and Mission at Wartburg College, as she leads this tour “following in the footsteps of Martin Luther in Germany” during the 500th anniversary of Luther’s bold action. Visit Eisleben, where Luther was born; Wittenberg, where he taught; Worms, where he stood up for beliefs against the leaders of the church and the empire; the Wartburg Castle, where he translated the New Testament from Greek into the common language of the German people; and more. You won’t want to miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity with an expert on Lutheranism as your guide!
This commonly-used resources are a great way to stay connected with Wartburg.