Scott Cawelti will examine sections of the documentary “The Vietnam War” during the upcoming Keep on Learning community education...Read more
Wartburg College will host several events honoring civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. during MLK Week, Jan. 21-25....Read more
Through a generous gift, Wartburg College has established a scholarship for the children of German American National Congress members....Read more
The work of Kassandra Palmer and Claire Whitehurst will be on display in Wartburg College’s Waldemar A. Schmidt Art...Read more
Ann Henninger will talk about “Surviving at the Extremes” at Wartburg College’s next Keep on Learning community education series,...Read more
Robert Lee, professor emeritus of music, will receive the Wartburg Medal at the college’s mid-year Commencement on Sunday, Dec....Read more
The Wartburg Community Symphony Orchestra will offer a holiday concert Sunday, Dec. 9, in Neumann Auditorium on the Wartburg...Read more
Author and atheist Chris Stedman will talk about the influence the Lutheran church had on his story as a...Read more
The Wartburg College Symphonic Band will perform its winter concert Thursday, Nov. 29, at 7:30 p.m., at the Waverly...Read more
A $7,500 grant from the Max & Helen Guernsey Charitable Foundation will help provide scholarships to area high school...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
The college is offering a new scholarship for students of Deutsch Amerikanischer National Kongress members, as reported by KWWL.
Allix Williamson ’16 recently took over as director of operations for the Campbell University wrestling team, as reported by the Fort Dodge Messenger.
Two Wartburg alumni were chosen by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier for its "20 Under 40" honors. Lamont Muhammad '06, a teacher at Irving Elementary in Waterloo, is reaching students through hip-hop, as reported by the Courier. Matt Lamos '06, owner of East Bremer Diner in Waverly, helps his staff and community thrive, as reported by the Courier.