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All Augsburg faculty, staff, and students must wear face coverings while in any common areas on university property, as required by an executive order from MN Gov. Tim Walz that went into effect July 24.
Facilities Management already has made masks available to critical staff, faculty, and resident students on campus, and the university has placed a large order for reusable, adjustable, customized cloth masks that will arrive in mid-August. A variety of Augsburg-specific designs will be available for Augsburg community members in Minneapolis and Rochester, and individuals can opt to receive one mask free of charge as we enter the new academic year.
A key benefit of purchasing the masks in bulk was Augsburg’s ability to negotiate a lower price per piece for a higher quality mask, thereby using university resources responsibly. The mask designs feature Augsburg‘s maroon and gray brand colors, logo, and spirit marks.
Augsburg community members should not pursue purchasing additional face coverings using university funds without first consulting with Laura Swanson Lindahl, director of marketing. Please send questions or comments about the centralized mask order to email@example.com. Contact Bryan Massich at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a mask from Facilities before the bulk order arrives.
Preview the mask designs.
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During summer sessions, CWC’s after-hours urgent phone counseling service, ProtoCall, is available 24/7 to support students. Just call CWC’s main phone 612-330-1707 and choose Option 1 to talk to a trained mental health counselor for coping support.
For ongoing phone counseling this summer when CWC is closed, Walk In Counseling is providing free, confidential phone counseling (with ongoing appointments available). For other low cost counseling centers in the community, click on the link below.
Low Cost Counseling in the Community
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The Strommen Career & Internship Center is here to support you as you develop the skills you will need to be career ready. From resume preparation, cover letter writing, interviewing skills–Strommen Center has the tools to help you, but it’s important to start now. In fact, if you’ve got extra time this summer due to COVID, it would be a good time to start building some of these skills.
Here are various ways you can engage in Strommen Center’s career services, for example:
-you can use our Handshake tool to identify job and internship opportunities;
-you can meet 1 to 1 with a career coach;
-you can use our online major & career exploration tools to figure out what kind of profession you want to pursue;
-you can learn about job fairs, expert panels and courses through Handshake;
-and, you can get your resume and cover letter critiqued and participate in a mock interview.
Engage with the Strommen Center today!
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Want to get involved with food access work on campus and in the Cedar Riverside neighborhood? Fill out this form to learn more!