Every spring, Augsburg College invites the best and brightest prospective Auggies to participate in Scholarship Weekend.
Keynote Speaker – Steve Wozniak
Apple, Inc. co-founder Steve Wozniak joins the Augsburg College community for a conversation on the importance of innovation, creativity, and education in an increasingly connected world. Today a dedicated educator and philanthropist, Wozniak launched Apple with Steve Jobs in 1976, transforming the personal computer industry with pioneering design and introducing a new age of entrepreneurship and experimentation in Silicon Valley.
Finalists, along with their parents, will be offered complimentary admission to attend Steve Wozniak’s talk as part of Scholarship Weekend 2017!
For more information about Scholarship Weekend and to get started on your President’s Scholarship application, click here.
On Friday evening of Scholarship Weekend, students are treated to The Really Big Show—a talk and variety extravaganza that lets students relax after a day of interviews as they witness Augsburg faculty and students showcasing their less serious side.
The show’s host is history professor Phil Adamo, appearing as “the most interesting honors director in the world.” Guests include Augsburg’s one and only President Paul C. Pribbenow, as well as many talented and fascinating current students.
This special event is for Scholarship Weekend participants only. The only way to see it is to apply and attend Scholarship Weekend on February 18-19th!
The deadline for the President’s Scholarship is typically mid-January. All sections of your application must be received by this time to be considered for the Honors Program. Applicants will be notified if they are selected to compete as President’s Scholar finalists at Scholarship Weekend by the end of January via email. Additional information about participation in the weekend will be provided to all finalists at this time.