Public Safety and Facilities Announcements
Teaching and Learning
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The application for LEAD Fellows Interns for the academic year 2020-2021 is now open!
The LEAD Fellows program is a great opportunity for students to develop their own leadership and civic agency through gaining meaningful work experience in community-focused organizations. LEAD Fellows have the support of a cohort of peers and Sabo Center staff as they discover what it means to be engaged citizens and critical thinkers. Fellows commit to bi-weekly meetings with the cohort as well as 2 (2 day) retreats annually, and can work up to 20 hours a week at their LEAD placement during the academic year.
Eligible students will be in their 1st or 2nd year with at least 2 years left in undergrad here at Augsburg, and interested in leadership development and social change work. The application will remain open through the week of April 6th.
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Please enjoy our brand new Virtual Tour of Augsburg University! This multimedia interactive map gives you an on-the-ground view of Augsburg. Get a look at our residence halls, learn more about our academic buildings, peak inside performance spaces and practice rooms, and see up to date photos all around campus. The Admission Department is excited to use the Virtual Tour as an aid in the recruitment of out of state and international populations, as well as Minnesota students who face barriers in accessing our campus. Go Auggies!
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To the Augsburg Community,
As many of you are aware Augsburg University has canceled classes the week following spring break while faculty and staff are working hard to develop alternative instruction for the week(s) following.
Unfortunately, we are unaware of how long alternative instruction will last, but we are committed to providing the same level of journalistic integrity we did before the viral outbreak. As of now, we are anticipating online coverage of the coronavirus outbreak and its effects on the Augsburg community. All future stories and coverage will be available on our website, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
We urge you all to stay safe during these unprecedented times. If you have any questions please feel free to email us at email@example.com.
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Campus Cupboard staff are observing MDH approved protocol for health and safety related to COVID-19, so be sure to listen carefully to instructions when you arrive at the Cupboard.
For updates on Campus Cupboard’s hours for next week, check back here:
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The Center for Wellness & Counseling’s Coping with the Coronavirus webpage offers details on medical services if you are an Augsburg student who does not have health insurance , as well as screening options, health tips, and resources for mental health and coping support for all students during these anxious times. Please see link below.
As a reminder, 24-7 urgent phone counseling is available over break by contacting our main number- 612-330-1707, and choosing option 1.
More information will be available shortly regarding CWC services for the upcoming weeks.