“I think the beauty of a liberal arts education is that we immerse ourselves in a single area of study while engaging in additional courses that nurture meaningful connections and new perspectives. These intersections are powerful and provide such depth to an education.”
"My coursework in biology at Luther helped prepare me and make me successful during graduate school...I learned how to think and work through complex problems, which is an invaluable skill in medicine."
"The analytical approaches that I apply to my work assignments at NASA are the same as those I originally honed in the Physics Department at Luther."
"To me, Luther seemed to have it all: strong academics, supportive professors, a beautiful location, plenty of student activities, and a close-knit community that tied it all together. It ended up being everything I wanted in a college–and more."
"Luther taught me the value of relationships and the value of service to things larger than myself."
"The second I stepped foot on campus, I knew Luther was for me. The sense of community, people, campus, it all fit for me. To this day, it’s one of the best decisions I’ve ever made."
"Luther not only helped me discover what I love to do, but also that I should always be looking to expand my knowledge and skills. I’ve learned that it's critical to continue learning and growing in your profession."
"Of all the campuses I visited Luther was the most welcoming. There was a clear focus on community."
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 chose 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 after their time at Luther.
We believe in the value of a Luther education, and this is where you can find out why.