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Norman and Evangeline Hagfors Center for Science Business and Religion

From Riverside Ave. to Riverside, CA

From Riverside Ave. to Riverside, CA

A demand for Auggies

Augsburg is closing the distance between Riverside Avenue in Minneapolis and Riverside, California through the successful partnership of Augsburg faculty, alumni, college programs—and, of course—talented students. The collaboration… more >

2014-2015 Augsburg College Annual Report to Donors

2014-2015 Augsburg College Annual Report to Donors

Generous donors have come together to make this the most successful fundraising year in Augsburg College history. Driven largely by contributions to the campaign for the Norman and Evangeline Hagfors… more >

Jeroy and Lorraine Carlson Atrium Lounge

Jeroy and Lorraine Carlson Atrium Lounge

“Mr. Augsburg” has spent 44 years of his life—so far—inspiring Auggies to invest in the life of the College. Whether in his role as a student, parent, grandparent… more >

Buy a brick. Honor a legacy.

Buy a brick. Honor a legacy.

45 years of friendship inspires a brick

What started out as a group of first-year Auggies from Washburn High School in Minneapolis commuting to campus for classes led to friendships that have transcended job relocations, marriages… more >

Leading foundations and corporations support capital campaign

Leading foundations and corporations support capital campaign

A recent $1 million grant from the Margaret A. Cargill Foundation has helped the campaign to build the Norman and Evangeline Hagfors Center for Science, Business, and Religion to surpass… more >

Signs of change

Signs of change

Excitement for the future Norman and Evangeline Hagfors Center for Science, Business, and Religion grew on campus after its construction site was marked. This multidisciplinary building will house, among other… more >

Onward.

Onward.

Augsburg College hits $50 million campaign goal for new, signature academic building

Augsburg College has successfully surpassed the $50 million mark in its capital campaign for a unique, interdisciplinary academic building that brings together science, business, and religion. The campaign—the largest… more >

Notes from President Pribbenow

Notes from President Pribbenow

A college that is student-ready

The 2014-15 academic year—the 146th in Augsburg’s history—was a very good year for the College. National honors for students. Awards for faculty teaching, research, and advising… more >

In memoriam

In memoriam

James E. Ericksen ’72

James E. Ericksen ’72, whose life was marked by his commitment to faith and passion for the arts, passed away in January at age 68, leaving Augsburg an unexpected and… more >

James E. Ericksen ’72

James E. Ericksen ’72

James E. Ericksen ’72, whose life was marked by his commitment to faith and passion for the arts, passed away in January at age 68, leaving Augsburg an unexpected and… more >

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