Norse Hub

Norse Hub is a new web application, currently only available to students, faculty, and staff, that will progressively replace Norse Hub and my.luther will co-exist until all features are developed in Norse Hub. Login using your Norse Key.

All users

  • Search for courses and filter offerings based on availability


  • Plan, schedule, and register for courses
  • View outstanding requirements for majors/minors
  • View financial aid awards and outstanding documents needed for those awards
  • View tax documents


  • View tax information and earnings statements (previously called pay advice)
  • Enter time and see remaining leave (i.e. paid time off)
  • View position history (positions held in the past)
  • View stipend history
  • View current benefits.

Budget managers can view the Financial Management section which lets them query their financial data.

Faculty advisors

  • View advisee's academic plan and progress towards majors/minors
  • View grades, unofficial transcripts, and waivers


The Parent Portal module is not yet live. Go-live date is unknown.


Q: How do I get to Norse Hub?
A. The address is We recommend making a bookmark if you need to use the site regularly.

Q: What should I do if I can’t log in?
A. If you can log into another Luther service like KATIE or My.Luther, make sure that you’re not putting “” at the end of your username when signing in to Norse Hub. If you can’t log in to other Luther services, your password might be expired or there might be other problems with your account, and you should contact the Technology Help Desk.

Q. I’m having trouble with my timesheet or PTO. Any suggestions?
The timesheet screen autosaves when you exit a field. Make sure that the record has saved before you submit, or click the “Save” button if you’re not sure. You can learn more about PTO and time entry on Human Resources’s Paid Time Off Policy page, including guides for time entry.

Q: Why do students with music majors or minors need to use my.luther for their program evaluation?
A: The music major has a complex set of requirements that are not logically able to be evaluated in Norse Hub. This is an issue that our software provider is working to resolve. Students with a music major or minor should use my.luther’s Program Evaluation to view their music requirements.

Q: Why don’t my high school language courses display as completed requirements in the foreign language section on My Progress?
A: Non-course equivalencies that have no credits and no grades do not show up as they should under their requirements. Instead they show up as completed under Other Courses at the bottom of the My Progress screen. This is an issue that our software provider is working to resolve. Use my.luther’s Program Evaluation to view completed language requirements.

Q: Why does Norse Hub open in my mail client when I try to email my advisees? How do I change my default email application to Norse Mail?
A: Norse Hub uses the default email application on your workstation. You can change your default email application for each browser type by following these steps: