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The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is looking for detail-oriented and adaptable student worker to provide administrative support for the Office of Admissions by supporting the daily functions of the Operations team. Please review the full job description and apply online by following these steps:
1. Log into Inside Augsburg and select “On-Campus Student Jobs’
2. Log in to or set-up your Handshake account
3. Search Jobs
4. Filter for “On-Campus” Jobs
5. Apply for the: Operation Specialist Assistant position
Or visit: http://augsburg.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=135048
6. Submit the Operation Specialist Assistant Form (https://forms.gle/1RZN6Jy7soFnkoTk9)to help us get to know you better
Click here to apply
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ALL ARE WELCOME! Information about joining Augsburg ensembles can be found on the Bulletin Boards between M2 & M3 in the Music Hall.
Questions? Contact the Music Office directly!
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The Center for Global Education and Experience (study abroad & away office) is hiring students for fall! We have TWO positions available, both with a focus on marketing and outreach, among other duties.
Students interested in using and growing their communication, marketing, graphic design, and/or social media skills are highly encouraged to apply! No study abroad/away experience is required.
Look for the CGEE student jobs on Handshake, and feel free to contact us with any questions. We look forward to your application!
Find full details and apply online via Handshake
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The Fund for Education Abroad (FEA) Scholarship for study abroad, for spring semester, is due September 15. Don’t delay!
Eligibility and application instructions can be found on the scholarship website. All students planning to study abroad for the spring semester should check it out!
Study Abroad & Away is for every Auggie. It’s never too early, or too late, to learn more about how off-campus opportunities can work for you! To search programs and schedule an advising appointment, visit
FEA Scholarship information and online application
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AUGSBURG’S CHORAL PROGRAM HAS A PLACE FOR YOU.
Choristers at Augsburg sing music from the cloisters of Medieval France, the fields of Bulgaria, the Township choirs of South Africa, the churches of the rural Southeastern US, the concert halls of New York City, and more. Our choral ensembles concertize with professional singers and instrumentalist from across the country and abroad, collaborate with musical youth from the Twin Cities metro area, and connect our voices to civic life and the wider society.
For information on our choirs and our audition procedures, click here:
We can’t wait to hear you!
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Join Season 2 of the Augsburg/Twin Cities Global Harmony Choir
and learn to sing in vocal-harmony traditions from all over the world.
Featuring direct instruction from culture-bearers in the following traditions:
Village song from Bosnia, Appalachia, and Sweden
Traditional Black Gospel hymnody
Harmonized folk melody from Madagascar and the Siberian Shtetl
Sufi devotional singing from Bosnia
Black South African choral music
Polyphony from the Republic of Georgia
Class/rehearsal held weekly onsite at Augsburg University, Fridays 4:30-6:00.
Open to all students for registration in MUS 392, by permission of instructor. (May be taken for 1 or 0 credit.) Open free-of-charge to all Augsburg employees via community registration track. All interested must contact Dr. Kristina Boerger: firstname.lastname@example.org
For full details, visit: http://web.augsburg.edu/music/GLOBALHARMONY.pdf
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Created by Interfaith Fellow ’17-’19 Wendy Goldberg, to help Augsburg know about this big season for Jews in our community.
We are entering the Jewish High Holy Day season, which runs for the month of Tishrei this year from Monday evening, Sept. 6 – Sept. 29, including Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot.
For college students, being away from home for these holidays can highlight the homesickness and the yearning to be in the nest, and for some, quite the opposite. If you celebrate Christmas, imagine staying on campus while most students return home. If you celebrate Ramadan, this season is similar to that month of observance.
How to be an ally: We encourage you to have conversations with your Jewish students and colleagues about their observances. If you are aware that students or colleagues are Jewish, it would likely be welcomed to ask them how they observe the holidays and what they mean to them. You could also move important meetings or events away from Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
2021 dates for these holidays:
Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown on Sept. 6 and ends at nightfall on Sept. 8. Some American Jews celebrate for one day, others for two.
Yom Kippur begins an hour before sundown on Sept. 15 and ends at nightfall on Sept. 16. After a 25-hour fast and being in synagogue services, the feast goes into the evening, like an Eid meal. This is the holiest of holy days and for those observing, they would not do work for these 25 hours.
Sukkot begins at sundown on Mon, Sept. 20, and the first two days are considered holy days where some Jews don’t work, use electricity, etc. Sukkot ends at sundown on Sept. 28 for some, and Sept. 29 for others.
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Wendy Goldberg: firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-386-1191. To connect students with Jewish events or community contact Rivka Buchbinder email@example.com of Minnesota Hillel-Augsburg or University of Minnesota Hillel, 612-379-4026 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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As faculty and staff come back to campus, we wanted to make people aware of some steps to prevent the headache of being locked out of your account when you arrive. If you have not been on campus recently, please check out the following link before coming back to campus. As always, if you need further assistance, please reach out to your LFC.
Return to Campus Account Lockout Prevention
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The bookstore hours for the first week of class (8/30-9/4) are below:
Bookstore Hours and contact information
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Diversity and Inclusion Certificate Program workshops are offered before the start of school and throughout the academic year. To find and register for workshops, visit the Equity and Inclusion Initiatives Department Events Calendar at https://sites.augsburg.edu/diversity/events-calendar/.
A full listing of all workshops can also be found at the link below.
Note: Always check the Equity and Inclusion Initiatives Department Events Calendar the day of your scheduled workshop for last minute day, time, and/or location changes.
Diversity and Inclusion Certificate Program 2021-2022 Schedule