The work of Cedar Falls artist Katie Walberg will be on display in Wartburg College’s Waldemar A. Schmidt Art...Read more
Ann Henninger, Wartburg professor emerita of biology, will explain how the immune system distinguishes between “self” and “non-self” during...Read more
Harold and Grace Kurtz, two Wartburg College graduates who exemplify the college’s spirit in their daily lives, received Wartburg...Read more
Faculty in the Wartburg College Department of Religion and Philosophy traveled to San Diego to present, lead and attend...Read more
Kuni Terasawa, an associate professor of religion at Wartburg, wrapped up the first half of his sabbatical with two...Read more
Eight Wartburg College student have been accepted into the Wartburg College Teacher Education Program. Those accepted include: • Lucas...Read more
A troupe of life-sized puppets will join the Wartburg Community Symphony and a host of guest singers for the...Read more
The Waldemar A. Schmidt Art Gallery at Wartburg College is accepting exhibition proposals for the 2020-21 school year. The...Read more
Dec. 6-8 Christmas with Wartburg
Sunday, Dec. 15 Winter Commencement
Sunday, Jan. 19. Scholarship Day
Sunday, February 23 Scholarship Day
Missy Buttry Rock ’05 will be competing in the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials in Atlanta on Feb. 29. She talked about her childhood, her time at Wartburg, and her family with the Des Moines Register.
The Wartburg Innovation Studio, used by engineering students, was featured in a Living Lutheran magazine story about ELCA schools using technology to enhance education.
Kris Rumph ’22 is the No. 1 ranked wrestler at 133 pounds, which is quite a feat for someone who has only been wrestling since ninth grade, as told by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.