Enhancing Ministry with Technology

A few weeks ago, a pastor approached MLC’s new adjunct instructor, Martin Spriggs, to thank him. The pastor had taken Spriggs’s technology class at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary Summer Quarter and learned there how to use a personal productivity system. That class was 10 years ago, but the system had so greatly improved his control over […]

Two Hats—One Program

Zach Seeger (’05, ’22) wears two hats. At Abiding Peace in Simpsonville, South Carolina, he carries a full load of administrative duties and teaches a full classroom of sixth and seventh graders. He’s a principal who teaches. So it was important to him that his master’s program increase his skills in both areas of his […]

A Master’s Degree that Fits His Ministry Needs—Today and Tomorrow

When Donovan Waege MLC ’21 began his ministry last summer at Christ Lutheran School in Eagle River, Wisconsin, his duties expanded quickly. In addition to teaching grades 5-8, as assigned, he also found himself in the unofficial role of technology director. Using his own natural interest in technology, coupled with the training he’d received in […]

2022 Graduation Schedule for Graduate Faculty

On graduation day, both on-campus and adjunct graduate faculty participate in the graduation ceremony in their full regalia.

2022 Graduation Schedule for Master’s Graduates

Graduation at Martin Luther College is special. It is a day of praise to the Lord for the gifts he gives to his church. In addition to recognizing our traditional graduates, it is important to publicly recognize those who earn their master’s degrees. We celebrate their accomplishment in several ways.

Serving Students with Special Needs

In recent years, Lutheran schools have been serving and seeking to serve more students with special needs. With the start of the Wisconsin Special Needs Scholarship Program, many Lutheran schools in that state are expanding their services to special needs students, and many other schools all over the country are expanding their special education and […]

Two New Graduate Degree Programs

This program is designed for teachers who want to serve learners with special needs in WELS schools. The program provides Minnesota licensure in Learning Disabilities both as a stand-alone license for existing WELS teachers and an add-on for MLC undergraduates completing their ABS (Academic Behavioral Specialist) license. Graduate students in this program follow a prescribed […]