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Thanks for your service!

As the school year comes to a close, the following individuals conclude their service to the college: Professor Joyce Diels enters retirement after serving the Mathematics-Science Division of the college since 2008. She plans to move to West Bend, WI, early this summer. Dr. James Grunwald will retire after 19 years of service as director […]

New Series Brings World-Class Chamber Music to the Hill

Bekesh Trio, composed of Grammy-winning violist, Kenneth Freed; Mankato Symphony Orchestra principal cellist, Sharon Mautner-Rodgers; and Martin Luther College faculty member, pianist Dr. Bethel Balge (pictured) will be performing February 4, 7:30 pm in the Chapel of The Christ. The series is the brainchild of two MLC professors, Dr. Bethel Balge and Professor Grace Hennig […]

Call for Thalassa Submissions

11th Annual Thalassa Prize: Martin Luther College has now begun accepting submissions for the 11th annual Thalassa Prize. This $1000 award is given to the best photo-and-essay submission from an MLC student or graduate who has served in an international ministry. More than 100 entries have been submitted during the last decade, with the Thalassa […]

MLC a“Great College to Work For”

Martin Luther College was recognized as a 2016 Great College to Work For, a ranking sponsored by The Chronicle of Higher Education and ModernThink LLC. Only 93 colleges in the nation earned this distinction. MLC employees evaluated the college in 12 different categories in an April 2016 survey. The results revealed high employee satisfaction in […]


Enhancing Ministry Training Today’s MLC students are on the move. They volunteer for Daylight USA ministry trips all over the country. They participate in immersion programs in China or Argentina. They teach for a year in Russia, Peru, Southeast Asia, or the Caribbean. Each journey integrates academic and experiential learning. Each enlarges students’ perspectives and […]