Learn about some of our current students, faculty and staff. You'll also read about our alumni who once walked this campus; about the impact St. Ambrose had on their life; and what they're up to now.
Fred's contribution to St. Ambrose University include football coach; time donated for theatre and community projects; and memberships to the Alumni Association and President's Club.
Since graduating from St. Ambrose (both times), Woods has worked tirelessly to advocate for those less fortunate.
His best SAU memory is simply the caliber of liberal arts education he received within a caring and supportive community.
As the assistant professor of Kinesiology and women's assistant basketball coach, Monica sets a daily example for minority students on campus.
How does one's life unfold? How much do you choose, and how much are you chosen for? J.D. Ross '67 wonders.
High school teachers made the difference for this first-year student to attend college.
Dedicated alumnus Jim Collins '69 will address Spring Commencement graduates.
I'm committed to making a difference in the lives of minorities at SAU. I've taken the attitude of 'if not now, when.'
While it's been over 30 years since graduation, Teresa stays involved with St. Ambrose.
Mason made lifelong friendships while he was a student at St. Ambrose and also took on several leadership roles.
Wendy Senatus was a bit surprised to discover a world of experience in a small corner of eastern Iowa