In summer 2013, Luther student Mavis Phiri ’15 won a $10,000 Davis Projects for Peace grant and used the award to empower women in poverty-stricken villages in her home country of Zimbabwe. Learn more about how Luther prepares students to become global citizens.
As a Luther student, Emily Voss ’13 interned with famed photographer Annie Liebovitz in NYC. Less than a year after graduating, Emily owns and operates her own photography studio, VOSStudios. Learn more about the liberal arts experience.
Calli Micale ’13 triple majored in religion, classics, and dance and presented her undergraduate research at a national conference while at Luther. Now she is working toward a master’s degree in divinity at Princeton Theological Seminary. See more recent grad highlights.
College is a big investment, so it’s important to do your research on it. Here, we explain why a liberal arts education is a good choice, and we give you the tools to compare Luther to similar—and dissimilar—schools.
We share Luther’s learning goals, and why and how we assess them. We also show you why students say they choose Luther—and what they say about their education on the brink of graduating. It's also insightful to see recent graduate statistics and learn about what graduates have been doing since their time at Luther.
We believe in the value of a Luther education, and this is where you can find out why.