Waldorf News

Dr. Sara Finley, assistant professor of psychology at Waldorf College, presented two research projects at the 35th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society in Berlin, Germany this summer.

Waldorf College students and regional musical enthusiasts now have more performance opportunities with DrumLine Battle™ and Drum Corps International’s new SoundSport® program. Both ensembles will rehearse on the Waldorf campus and utilize modern technology to compete virtually with similar groups all over the world. Both DrumLine Battle™ and SoundSport® are open to college students and community members alike.

The Luise V. Hanson Library at Waldorf College has been awarded a grant from Iowa’s Resource Enhancement and Protection (REAP) and Historical Resource Development Program. The funding will support the second year of a three-year project to improve the Library’s archives.


The community is invited to attend a special dinner theatre production at Waldorf College on Thursday, July 18 and Friday, July 19 to benefit the Waldorf College Theatre Company, a traveling troupe of students that performs throughout the Midwest each summer.


The Alpha Chi National College Honor Society named Waldorf College junior Lauren Camp as the first alternate of the Alfred H. Nolle Scholarship for 2013-14. Camp, from Savoy, Texas, was one of 71 students nominated for the Nolle Scholarship, which is awarded to 10 students for their senior year of undergraduate study.


Kayla Cory from Windsor Heights, Iowa, has won a full-tuition Hero Behind the Hero scholarship from Waldorf College.


Waldorf College’s bachelor of science in fire science administration has been named a Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education (FESHE)-recognized program.

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