Luther Seminary, through a series of mergers covering more than half a century, represents the consolidation into one seminary of what at one time were six separate institutions.
The oldest of the antecedent institutions was Augsburg Theological Seminary, founded in 1869 at Marshall, Wis., as the seminary of the Lutheran Free Church.
Students are encouraged to meet with Sarah Luedtke-Jones, director of Advising and Community Life, for individual vocational counseling and help creating a resume and cover letter.
We can support you in your job search by helping you to create a resume and cover letter that accurately reflect your skills and experiences while allowing a potential employer to see how you could be a valuable asset to their organization.
Luther Seminary has guest rooms that are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The rooms, which vary from single to quadruple occupancy, are located in Stub Hall, a dormitory located on campus. All rooms are not air-conditioned, and they have only single beds and most will share public bath facilities.
The Luther Seminary Library is located in Gullixson Hall and offers access to over 230,000 print volumes, thousands of digital resources and a growing e-book collection to help you with your research.
Luther Seminary has its own fitness center, complete with weights and various exercise machines. It's located in the basement of Stub Hall. All students, faculty and staff are invited to make use of this resource.
Luther Seminary is accredited through the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) and the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).