Alumni & Friends

A Lifetime of Impact

Luther’s more than 35,000 alumni and friends throughout the world share a powerful common bond. Stay connected, develop new relationships, and help to strengthen the college and generations of future Norse.

Homecoming 2024

Discover all that Homecoming 2024 has to offer! Note that all scheduled events are subject to change.

Luther College band marching in the homecoming parade

Ways to Connect

Events and Learning Opportunities

From social gatherings to book clubs to group travel and more, explore the ways the Luther Alumni Office and volunteers bring Luther College alumni and friends together on campus, across the country, and around the world.

Groups and Programs

Find out about the groups you can join and other ways you can stay connected and involved with your fellow alumni and with the college, our faculty, and today’s students.

Fundraising Initiatives

Discover the many ways you can help the college and our students financially, and learn about strategic projects that need your support.

Alumni and Development Staff

The alumni and development staff in Loyalty Hall organize Luther’s outreach to alumni and donors. Keep in touch and reach out if you have a question!

Luther Headlines

Portrait of Kay bronsheteyn

Kay Bronshteyn has joined Luther College as the director of Preus Library. A long-time library administrator with experience across a wide range of institutions, Bronshteyn comes to Decorah most recently from serving as the associate director for research and engagement at world-renowned Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida.

Bell between two stone columns with sign above that says "Luther College."

To commemorate Juneteenth, the Center for Intercultural Engagement and Support (CIES) at Luther College is hosting a day trip on Wednesday, June 19, to the African American Museum of Iowa in Cedar Rapids.

An artists rendering of the entrance to Luther's proposed new Gerdin Fieldhouse.

“As we approached the Board of Regents for approval of the final plans, we took the opportunity to think bigger,” said President Jenifer K. Ward.


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