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The Admission Department will be hosting Auggie Preview Days, a two-day campus visit event for prospective Auggies, on Thursday, October 17 and Friday, October 18. For the convenience of our visitors, 50 parking spots will be reserved for them in Lot D all day Thursday and Friday.
On behalf of the Admission, Marketing, and Student Affairs offices, we hope that you will help us welcome prospective Auggies and their families to campus. Whether it be a friendly wave or offering directions to lost looking people, small gestures go a long way.
For displaced faculty and staff needing alternative transportation and parking accommodations for these two days, the following options are available:
– Augsburg Lot L
– Augsburg Lot J
– The 21st Ave Ramp on the corner of 21st Ave and 4th St (free passes available for pickup in the Admission Department)
– Light rail or bus (free passes available for pickup in the Admission Department)
Please note that street parking will not be reimbursed by the Admission Department.
Please direct all questions to Vice President of Enrollment Robert Gould (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Thank you again!
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Scooter users – please park away from doorways, and park where the scooter does not block sidewalk traffic.
Scooters in doorways and on sidewalks pose hazards for many individuals.
As noted on the City of Minnespolis site, http://www.minneapolismn.gov/publicworks/trans/WCMSP-212816, do not block pedestrian access or doorways.
To report issues with scooters, please contact 311.
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Many students, faculty and staff saw and heard the individual on the public sidewalk between Christensen Center and Foss. That individual has been at Augsburg before, most typically in the public park; this time choosing to use public sidewalk.
Public Safety and student affairs staff monitored the situation, some students showed up with signs of their own to support a different message.
Free speech provides opportunities for voices we agree with and voices we disagree with. Thanks to the Augsburg community for challenging the message, choosing to ignore the message, and taking care of one another.
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The time frame for this heat shutdown impacting several Augsburg buildings will be from 6:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 22. The reason: Steam will be shut down because of a rusted out condensate line that is located on Fairview’s property north of Riverside Ave.
Campus dining locations will remain open. Compostable plates and silverware may be used.
Heat that is normally turned down at night will not be lowered before the shutdown in hope that indoor temperatures will not drop sharply before the heat is back on. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Bryan Massich with Facilities at Massich@augsburg.edu.
Here are the buildings affected:
1. Mortensen & Urness Hall – No hot water for showers or heat
2. Ice Arena – No hot water for showers or heat.
3. Si-Melby Hall – No hot water for showers or heat.
4. Christensen Center – No hot water for kitchen sinks or heat.
5. Old Main – No hot water or heat.
6. Anderson Hall – No heat
7. Lindell Library – No heat
8. Memorial Hall – No heat
9. Sverdrup Hall – No heat
10. Old Science Building – No heat
11. Foss Center – No heat
12. Anderson Music Hall- No heat