Discover yourself at Wartburg.

The living-learning environment at Wartburg is designed to help take a journey of discovery, embrace your passions, and unlock your potential to realize your purpose. The best way to decide if Wartburg is the right place for you would be to visit our campus. Meet our friendly students. Grab a cool cookie at the Den. Check out a class. See a game or go to a concert. Visit with a professor. Learn what makes Wartburg “worth it.” Here’s a few reasons to get you started:


Wartburg students can gain practical, hands-on experience and earn a little extra cash when they work on campus. Sample positions include marketing photographer, web developer, social media manager, baker, technical theatre staff, information desk receptionist, Sir Victor (mascot), ITS technical support, lifeguard, Resident Assistant, and more.

Gaining experience and a leg up on the competition. WORTH IT.



Wendy Mohlis

Administrative Assistant to the Vice President for Student Life/International Friendship Family Coordinator

Stephanie Newsom

Director of Counseling Services

Krystal Madlock

Director of Multicultural Student Services

Dean Cockerham

Interim Director of Campus Security & Safety

Dan Kittle

Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students

Kristin Teig Torres

Director of Community Engagement

Jo Dorrance

Internship and Wartburg West Coordinator

Cassie Hales

Director of Residential Life and Chief Student Conduct Officer

Zafrul Amin

Director of International Student Services Office

Josh Bulten

Assistant Director of Residential Life/Area Coordinator - Manors, Knights Village, The Residence

Lindsey Leonard

Director of Student Engagement

Jennifer Onuigbo

Office Coordinator, Student Life

Jess Simmons

Area Coordinator: Grossman, Löhe, Founders

Courtney Tripp-Stuck

Assistant Director of Residential Life & First Year Transition - Clinton and Centennial Complex