The Rev. Miriam Gross will speak on living the Lutheran identity Thursday, Nov. 9, for the 2017 Kleinfeld Lecture...Read more
The Wartburg Players, a student-run theater organization, will perform Allan Sloane’s “A Parade of Witnesses” on Nov. 11. The...Read more
An exhibition featuring the work of Matthew Terry will open Monday, Oct. 30, at Wartburg College’s Waldemar A. Schmidt...Read more
The Wartburg College History Club and Phi Alpha Theta honor society will host the annual Harlington Cemetery Tour on...Read more
Wartburg College will host a “Spirited Expression: A Celebration of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation,” on Tuesday, Oct....Read more
Wartburg College has received a $7,500 Siebert Lutheran Foundation grant that will help continue a strategic planning initiative in...Read more
Wartburg College announced today that it has raised a total of $89,582,393, exceeding a $75 million goal, for its...Read more
Fred Abraham, professor and head of economics at the University of Northern Iowa, will present a series of lectures...Read more
The Wartburg College Symphonic Band will perform its fall concert Saturday, Oct. 21, at 3 p.m., in Neumann Auditorium....Read more
The talents of more than 300 students will be on display Dec. 1-3 during the 70th annual Christmas with...Read more
July 30-Aug. 3 Worth It Week
Aug. 25-28 New Student Orientation
Wednesday, Aug. 29 First Day of Classes
Oct. 18-21 Homecoming & Family Weekend
Matt Sacia ’19 became Wartburg's career leader for touchdown passes in the Knights' 31-19 win over Coe on Saturday, Oct. 13, as reported by the Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier.
JoJo McNair ’21 recorded three touchdowns to help push the Knights to a 31-19 win over Coe on Oct. 13, as reported by KCRG.
Jordan Young ’13, a history teacher at Washington High School in Cedar Rapids, has been named to the governor's first "Teachers Cabinet," as reported by the Cedar Rapids Gazette.
The football team beat Buena Vista University, 63-0, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.