After 24 years serving in ministry at Wartburg College, the Rev. Ramona Bouzard will retire in May 2018 as...Read more
A Constitution Day program highlighting how seemingly minor criminal offenses may have significant consequences will be held at Wartburg...Read more
After 166 years of offering undergraduate degrees firmly rooted in the liberal arts, Wartburg College will expand its reach...Read more
Maya Weatherall’s short film, “Community Engagement: Colfax Avenue,” will be shown at the fifth annual New Urbanism Film Festival...Read more
Karen Black, Wartburg College professor of music, will present a faculty organ recital Thursday, Sept. 21, at 7 p.m.,...Read more
Organist Christopher Stroh will be featured at Wartburg College’s first Bach’s Lunch organ series recital of the 2017-18 season...Read more
Alternate outcomes of events in United States’ history will be discussed at Wartburg College’s first Keep on Learning community...Read more
The work of Argentinian-born printmaker Mauricio Lasansky will open the 2017-18 season at Wartburg College’s Waldemar A. Schmidt Art...Read more
Wartburg College is offering a digital ministry class that can help ordained and lay leaders use technology to enhance...Read more
Tuesday, Oct. 31 500th Anniversary of the Reformation Celebration
Saturday, Nov. 11 Wartburg Science Symposium
Sunday, Nov. 12 Knights Priority Scholarship Day
Monday, Nov. 13 Journalism & Communication Visit Day
Quarterback Matt Sacia ’19 is one of four finalists for the 2017 Gagliardi Trophy, given to the most outstanding player in DIII, as reported by KWWL.
Dylan Binion's ’19 efforts on the football field were featured in the Quad City Times.
Several Wartburg students will be featured in the Cedar Valley Biennial Exhibition, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.