St. Ambrose students and staff spent a lovely April weekend helping in the 'CommUNITY.'
Already National Champions, two SAU race walkers have qualified for Olympic Trials.
KALA and SAUtv won a combined 17 awards for student work in 2015.
Campaign priority: Wellness and Recreation Center.
Ground broken on Wellness and Recreation Center that will have $43 million in economic impact.
Find news and updates about the 'Building Our Future' campaign here.
Bees cheer and NAIA champion dance squads may host nationals again in 2017.
Queen Bee Deanna Busse named to Good Works team for aiding kids with cancer.
Members of the Symphonic Band and Jazz Ensemble perform in their annual spring concert.
From seniors semester internships at a variety of sport and wellness businesses
St. Ambrose opens its observatory to the public for a night of stargazing.
Four university chorus groups perform in this annual spring concert.
Medals will be presented to graduating veterans and service members in recognition of their achievement.
Pamela Lightsey, of the Boston University School of Theology, delivers the 18th annual Social Justice Conference keynote address.
Scene Magazine highlights the people and programs that are the essence of St. Ambrose's distinguished heritage of Catholic, values-based education.
SAU's complimentary monthly e-newsletter, the AmbroseZine is a great way to stay connected to St. Ambrose-and with other Ambrosians.