This academic year will bring exciting changes to the Gustavus website. The offices of admission and alumni relations will receive a new look and customized content directed at individual prospective student and alumni interests. The look of the new admission and alumni sites will complement the upcoming redesign of the Gustavus homepage. This new system, powered by Liquid Matrix, selects content based on interests that prospective students or alumni identify when initially signing onto the site. The tool will also allow for biographic updates and is directly compatible with the current Datatel database program at the College, eliminating some re-entry of information. Stay tuned to this resource site for updates on the project. If you have any questions about the project, please direct them to the project coordinator, Barb Larson Taylor.
Students, faculty, employees, and alumni are encouraged to complete profiles that may be used on the Gustavus website. Simply click the appropriate link below to begin.
If you have comments regarding this project that you would like to share, please use the form below.
Minnesota's first night college football game was played here on September 20, 1929.
The Gustavus women's soccer team battled the Macalester Scots to a scoreless tie through 89 minutes, but the Scots' Emily Humphries scored her first collegiate goal with 40 seconds left in regulation play handing the Gusties a heartbreaking 1-0 loss. The Gusties fall to 6-5-2 overall and 2-4-1, while Macalester improves to 9-3-2 overall and 4-2-1 in the MIAC.
The Gustavus men's golf team wrapped up its fall season with an 11th place finish at its own 20-team Twin Cities Classic. The tournament was scheduled to begin on Saturday, however cold and snow canceled the first round. On Sunday, an 18-hole round was played at the Links at Northfork in Ramsey, Minn., but the snow forecast for Monday forced the cancellation of the final round and Saint John's who fired a team score of 289 was declared the winner. Gustavus posted a total of 302.