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    Augustana Alumni Association

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Your Alumni Association was established in 1920, first as a place to connect for former students of Camrose Lutheran College. Over time, we grew to include over 9,000 former students, faculty and staff of CLC, Augustana University College and the University of Alberta's Augustana Campus.

For nearly 100 years, we have been a place to connect and share the stories of the wonderful people who have walked these Camrose halls. Our members have had enormous impacts on the local community and around the world! Read some of the Alumni Profiles we have collected, or share a story of your own that we can celebrate.

You can stay connected in several ways: sign up for our monthly eCircle electronic newsletter, receive our annual Circle Alumni Magazine, attend our annual Golden Alumni Brunch, or even agree to share your experience with a current student.



New Lougheed Centre wins two major building awards
December 17

Alberta Construction Magazine recognized the Lougheed Centre with their two highest awards.



New matching gift opportunity in support of Augustana Athletics
December 17

New University initiative boosts athletics awards by $1000 per year!



Daily Planet’s Dan Riskin “Cool Science” Talk
December 15

What could be cooler than watching the first spacecraft touch down on a comet? Hearing about it from Daily Planet co-host Dan Riskin (UAlberta BSc ’97), who will give a lecture at Green & Glow Winterfest in January! http://newtrail.ualberta.ca/featurestories/front-row-seat-for-science $10 tickets available at Augustana Campus in January. Transportation is sponsored by the Alumni Association – …


Proposed redesign as of September 2014

A Space for Aboriginal Students – and for Everyone
December 14

By Sept 2015, the lower level of the Forum will be entirely transformed. Read about our efforts and student response!