Public Safety and Facilities Announcements

Parking Permit Sales Date and Prices 2023-24

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Augsburg users will be able to buy a parking permit based on their academic or faculty/staff status on the following dates:

Tuesday, August 1, 2023
– Faculty and staff (both full-time and part-time)
– Adult undergraduate and graduate students
– Seniors

Wednesday, August 2, 2023
– Juniors

Thursday, August 3, 2023
– Sophomores

Friday, August 4, 2023
– First-year commuter students


Parking permit prices have remained the same as last year:

Student Resident: $195 semester/$390 year
Student Commuter: $179/$358
AU/Graduate: $61/$121
Adjunct Faculty or Part-Time Staff (below 0.5 FTE): $105/$210
Full-Time Faculty and Staff: $252/$504
Luther Underground: $470/$1,400
OGC Underground: $505/$1,515

Augsburg is moving to a virtual parking permit system with camera enforcement this fall. We expect this change to improve the parking experience on campus and enhance public safety. Please continue to watch A-mail for more details.

Parking on Campus

Notice About Lot D

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The Minnesota Department of Transportation may be on campus this week making repairs to the I-94 fence south of Lot D where the where the freeway sound wall meets with 20th Avenue. Their staff may also be removing items from a recent campsite on the freeway side of the wall. As a result, you may see
an increase of activity in that area for a short period of time. The exact timing of the has not been established but could begin as early as Tuesday, July 25. We do not anticipate a disruption in our use of Lot D.

Teaching and Learning

URGO Natural Sciences, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science Research Presentations Tomorrow (7/26)

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Please join us for the URGO Natural Science, Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science student researchers’ final presentations of their summer work tomorrow, 7/26. Their presentations reflect the culmination of hours of effort on a range of unique and compelling topics.

NSMSCS Summer Presentation Schedule 2023

Tech Check-In Opportunity: Schedule a 1-1 with Your LFC

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Academic Liaisons For Computing (LFCs) invite faculty to meet 1-1 about topics of interest, including an AI tutorial, email/calendar productivity, Moodle features/skills, or any topic you prefer.
Email your LFC to set up a 30-minute (or whichever length works for you) appointment. Look up your LFC below.

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General Announcements

Agresso and Records and Registration Upgrade and Downtime: July 28 (evening) 29, 30

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We will be upgrading Agresso the weekend of July 28-30. Agresso powers Records and Registration, Human Resources, Finance and Payroll.

This means the following services will be offline Friday July 28 (after 5 PM) until Monday July 31:
Records and Registration (registration, class rosters, grades)
Agresso Web / Administrative Self Service (paystubs, W2s)
Agresso desktop (student record lookup, financial reporting, HR records)

With the upgrade the product name “Agresso” will be retired from the software and will be instead branded “Unit4 ERP.” Unit4 is the company that owns the Agresso product.

After the upgrade the employee web Administrative Self service (paystubs, W2s) will have a modern look-and-feel. Documentation provided by HR and IT will be updated soon after.

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New Staff Positions This Week (12)

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The following Augsburg Staff positions were posted within the past 7 days:

07/21/2023: Academic Technologist
07/20/2023: PA Administrative Assistant II
07/20/2023: Community Operations Specialist
07/18/2023: Graduate Assistant Football Coach
07/17/2023: Public Safety Officer
07/17/2023: Academic Advisor I
07/14/2023: Associate Director of Admissions and PSEO
07/12/2023: Admissions Counselor
07/10/2023: Head Men’s Hockey Coach
06/28/2023: Director of University Events
06/27/2023: Endpoint Management Specialist
06/27/2023: 2nd Shift Custodian

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New Student Positions This Week (4)

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The following Augsburg Student positions were posted within the past 7 days:

07/22/2023: Student Public Services Library Assistant, Academic Year 2023-24
07/21/2023: Center for Wellness and Counseling Student Program Assistant, AY 2023-24
07/20/2023: STEM Student Peer Mentorship Coordinator, 2023-24 Academic Year
07/17/2023: Athletic Concessions Student Attendant, 2023-24 Academic Year

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Host Dinner for International Students

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A new semester is just around the corner, and luckily, we are expecting NEW international students to join us this Fall Semester 2023 — representing countries like Ethiopia, Belgium, Italy, Nigeria, Spain, South Korea, Greece and Norway to name a few!

Currently we are expecting to receive between 20 – 26 new international students, both degree seekers and mobility semester students.

As we collaboratively welcome this group, we plan for different experiences including a dinner potentially hosted by you—our faculty and staff members—in your home. These events create a space for our new students to connect directly with members of our community, AND the dinner provides an opportunity for you to learn about the incoming international students and their goals at Augsburg. It’s really a win-win situation!

Here are the details:
Date: Tuesday, August 22, 2023
Time: Pick up at 5 p.m. with a return to campus around 7 p.m. — Pick up at Einstein’s!

YES – Sign me up!

Event Announcements

Pan-Asian Student Services Family Orientation

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PASS Family Orientation- Saturday, July 29th from 10:00 AM-Noon at Hagfors Room 150

The PASS Family Orientation is an opportunity for incoming students and
current students who are not familiar with Pan-Asian Student Services to
learn more about us and meet current student leaders. We strive
to build a welcoming environment focused on mentoring and support of
historically underrepresented student populations. The aim is to have an
opportunity for students and their families to be fully engaged in the collegiate experience. For more information contact Paul Vang, PASS Program Manager, at 612-330-1530 or

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Hang in the Neighborhood, Learn Some Stuff, Make Some Pals – August 3 and 10, 10:30-Noon

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Join us for tours that dive into the larger history of the region and ground us in neighborhoods around Augsburg, in the past and present. We’ll begin with some introductions, a short presentation and tour the neighborhood. We’ll be in the neighborhood for one hour and we’ll walk/roll for a little over one mile.

These tours, led by Jenean Gilmer, Community Engaged Learning Program Manager in the Sabo Center, are for staff, faculty, community members and anyone else who would like to join! Participation will be limited to twenty people, please fill out the forms below to express your interest. There will be a similar tour during the Center for Teaching and Learning workshops as well if neither of these dates work for you.

Cedar-Riverside Neighborhood Tour
Thursday, August 3, 10:30-Noon
Please fill out this very short form if you’d like to join us:

Seward Neighborhood Tour
Thursday, August 10, 10:30-Noon
Please fill out this very short form if you’d like to join us:

Sophia Park Send-Off

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Please join us Thursday July 27th at 11AM in the Augsburg Room for a send-off celebration for Sophia Park. Sophia is leaving her position as Augsburg University Payroll and Benefits Manager. Her last day at Augsburg will be Friday July 28th. Please join us to wish her well and to recognize the great work Sophia has done at Augsburg!

Sophia has been with Augsburg since 2020 and has made countless behind-the-scenes improvements to our payroll processes and benefits administration. Through her role as Payroll and Benefits Manager Sophia has interacted with nearly every employee on campus to provide support on accessing benefits, leaves of absence, and payroll questions with compassion and wisdom. She has provided leadership on audits and compliance requirements with outstanding diligence and attention to detail. Sophia has been a valued collaborator on the Human Resources team – she is smart, dependable, approachable, and a true professional. We wish Sophia well in her future endeavors, – she will certainly be missed!

“Let Freedom Ring: The 60th Anniversary of the March on Washington” — August 28, 2023

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Experience beloved community and honor the enduring legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as we celebrate the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs & Freedom!

Join us Monday, August 28, 2023 for a commemorative procession and concert curated by G. Phillip Shoultz, III, associate artistic director of VocalEssence. Dynamic artists will activate memories of the Civil Rights era, inspiring each of us to stand in solidarity as we renew our commitment to do the work required to secure liberty and justice for all! Featuring Jovonta Patton, Joe Davis & The Poetic Diaspora, Threads Dance Project, and members of the Twin Cities Choral Consortium.

Schedule of Events:
5:30 PM Commemorative procession down Northrop Mall ending at the steps of Northrop. Remarks will be given from the steps of Northrop.

6:00 PM Seating for concert, explore local resource tables

6:30 PM “Let Freedom Ring” concert

Reservations will be available starting July 17
The concert is free and open to the public. Reservations are required.

You can find out more and reserve tickets online here:

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