University description (as per official university website)
We are a small university community within the University of Regina.
We offer courses in the following liberal arts faculties: Arts, Fine Arts, and Science.
Our courses are U of R courses taught by Luther profs.
Our students are U of R students as well.
We are known for excellent teaching, interdisciplinary programs, global perspectives, innovative academic programs, environmental responsibility, reflection on values, and student support.
Our academic and student student programs and services complement what the U of R has to offer. We provide student advising, special academic and student support programs, residence living, student study and gathering spaces, a library, a chapel, a cafeteria that is open to all, chaplaincy services and spiritual support.
Students are at the centre of all that we do.
Centred: on students
Community: student advising, small classes, student study and gathering spaces, cafeteria, residence, LUSA, profs and staff on a first-name basis, a small community within the larger U of R community, Luther scholarships
Connections: interdisciplinary studies, Luther Lecture, profs with open doors, community service learning, Luther students are U of R students
Challenges: study-abroad courses, co-op programs, academic excellence, interdisciplinary thinking, faith communities from around the world, “God Goes to the Movies,” excellent teaching
Commitment: environment, ethics, international focus, reflection on values, social justice