Martin Luther College (MLC) is operated by the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). Its mission is to educate church workers, including pastors, teachers, and ministers.
Martin Luther College offers undergraduate programs and certificates in ministry and education, as well as a Master of Science in Education program.
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To be admitted to Martin Luther College, students must meet minimum requirements for ACT score and high school curriculum. Additionally, prospective students must receive letters of recommendation from their church pastor and a high school counselor.
Personal character, reputation, and evidence of a genuine desire for a career in church ministry are also factors in the admissions process.
Most Martin Luther College students receive financial aid. The school provides basic assistance with completing the FAFSA. In addition to federal and state aid, Martin Luther College provides a limited number of grants, scholarships, and work study programs for its students.
Martin Luther College offers traditional on-campus residences. Several student organizations can be found on campus, including Forum, a theater group; Studium Excitare, the school’s official journal of confessional language studies; and the Knight’s Page, a student news magazine. Other student activities include a photography team, German club, astronomy club, a literary magazine, and several music and church ministry programs.
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Martin Luther College’s MLC Knights play NCAA Division III sports in the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC). Men’s sports include cross country, soccer, football, basketball, track & field, tennis, baseball, and golf. Women’s sports include volleyball, softball, basketball, tennis, golf, cross country, soccer, and track & field.
Martin Luther College features many athletic facilities that are accessible to all students, including a fitness center, gymnasium, ice arena, golf course, gymnastics center, and trails for hiking or biking. The school’s Vogel Recreation Center has a track and pool.