Waldorf News


New administration leads Waldorf College this school year, as the college establishes a framework focused on being "not transitional leadership".


Waldorf College is getting ready for its first-ever percussion ensemble: the Warrior Line drum line, which will start this fall.

After spending two months at UI Carver College of Medicine, Waldorf College biology professor Dr. Gary Coombs, and senior Cody Barnes gave their final presentations last week as part of the FUTURE program.
Dr. Coombs was one of the six faculty fellows selected for the program from colleges throughout Iowa. Upon his selection, he discussed the project with his students and chose Barnes to accompany him. 


Scott Searcy become the interim vice president of academic affairs and dean of Waldorf College Monday.

Searcy, who served as the dean of assessment and accreditation at the college for six years, is replacing Bob Alsop, who began his official duties as Waldorf president-elect on Monday.


After spending two months at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, Iowa City, Waldorf College biology professor Gary Coombs, and senior Cody Barnes, gave final presentations last week as part of the FUTURE program.


Folks in Forest City will soon have a new sports complex the entire community can be a part of. Forest City Schools, Waldorf College and the community will share the complex. They are currently working to turf the soccer field.

Waldorf College’s choir will get a boost this fall as Dr. Adam Luebke, the new director of choral activities, joins the music department.

“I am looking forward to working with the students. When I came for my interview I really enjoyed connecting with them,” said Luebke who will also serve as an assistant professor of music. “I think it is a wonderful tradition to be part of.”

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