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See how you made a difference!

Before classes begin, we want to take a moment to say, "Thank you!" Find out a few of the ways that your prayers and gifts have made a difference for students and church leaders this past academic year.

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Tell a future leader about Luther Seminary’s Lutheran College Fair!

Do you know a high school student who is starting to think about college? Do you have a youth group that would benefit from an evening learning about the college search, financial aid and the opportunities that exist at Lutheran colleges?

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Join us for fall Lay School classes

Registration opens soon for 2015-2016 Lay School classes. The Lay School of Theology is a program of informal, non-credit classes taught by seminary professors for people who want to learn more about matters relating to their Christian faith and life.

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Luther Seminary Receives $1.2 Million John Templeton Foundation Grant for Youth Ministry Project

Luther Seminary has received a $1.2 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation to fund a three-year project called Science for Youth Ministry: The Plausibility of Transcendence. The project will catalyze faith-and-science conversations with young people through youth ministry and will produce materials to encourage those discussions. Dr. Andrew Root (Luther Seminary) will lead the project, along with the Rev. Dr. Tony Jones and the Rev. Dr. David White.

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Heidi Droegemueller named Vice President of Seminary Relations

Heidi Droegemueller was elected by the Luther Seminary board of directors and endorsed by the board of trustees. She will start May 4.

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ELCA Seminary Leaders Respond to Open Letter Call to Action on Matters of Race and Social Injustice

On January 17th, 2015, a large group of African-American presidents and deans in theological education ...

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Marketing and Communications

The Marketing and Communications Office supports the education of leaders for Christian communities by creating awareness, engagement and loyalty with a variety of constituents of Luther Seminary. We help:

  • Recruit, connect, retain and launch students.

  • Contribute to the achievement of our fundraising goals by engaging donors in meaningful ways.

  • Inform faculty, staff and students through timely communications.

  • Foster the growth of participation and faith by effectively marketing Lifelong Learning offerings to many different audiences.

  • Keep many groups - alumni, congregations, faith leaders, community members, media and more - informed about Luther Seminary.

If you have news to report or questions for the Marketing and Communications Office, please contact communic@luthersem.edu.