A longtime Wartburg College journalism professor was recently appointed to the R.J. McElroy Chair in Communication. Pamela Ohrt, associate...Read more
Wartburg College’s “Senior Exhibit 2020: Take Two” will showcase works from eight recent graduates beginning Aug. 10. The original...Read more
A Wartburg College business, accounting and economics professor recently was appointed to the James A. Leach Chair in Banking...Read more
In an effort to remove barriers from students impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, Wartburg College will use a test-optional...Read more
Wartburg College President Darrel Colson announced Monday that all students enrolled full-time during the 2020-21 school year will be...Read more
Wartburg College’s Knight Vision News won first place in Overall Excellence for Student TV for the 2019 broadcasting year,...Read more
On July 6, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced new “temporary” exemptions to the Student and Exchange Visitor...Read more
Two longtime Wartburg College boosters and employees will be honored with the naming of the college’s new health and...Read more
Kunihiko Terasawa, associate professor of religion, visited the Lutheran Theological Seminary of Hong Kong on May 21. Terasawa, who...Read more
Dec. 6-8 Christmas with Wartburg
Sunday, Dec. 15 Winter Commencement
Sunday, Jan. 19. Scholarship Day
Sunday, February 23 Scholarship Day
"Senior Exhibit 2020: Take Two" was featured in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier. The exhibit includes work from three 2020 graduates in the gallery and additional pieces from five additional 2020 graduates on the Waldemar A. Schmidt Art Gallery Instagram account.
Abhay Nadipuram ’10 was named a Business Record Forty Under 40.
President Darrel Colson talks about why he wanted to offer students a fifth year tuition-free in response to the coronavirus pandemic on KCRG.
Marquis Stephens ’11 is working to build relationships between Blacks and the police in Waverly by reaching out to an officer he knows to engage in frank conversations, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.