Whether it’s in a clinical setting, at the community level, or in a political, cultural, or social system, Luther is uniquely positioned to prepare you for a career in the health sciences.

Science literacy is vital to being an informed citizen.

Dawn Reding, Associate Professor of Biology


A liberal arts education agrees with central anthropological ideas in preparing students to be citizens of the world.

Maryna Nading, Associate Professor of Anthropology

 

 

At Luther, you can grow academically and professionally through:

Hands-on learning opportunities through classroom activities, work study, and internships

Study away and real life experiences

Engaging, knowledgeable faculty

Undergraduate research opportunities

Student organizations and activities

Courses and experiences that prepare you for graduate school or varied work environments

A connected alumni network

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