Public Safety and Facilities Announcements

Annual Fire System Testing begins Monday 7/31/23 thru 8/8/23

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The annual fire system testing will begin on Monday July 31st and run through Tuesday August 8th. The following is a tentative schedule for when each buildings systems will be tested.

7/31–Mortensen/Urness Halls
8/1–Mortensen/Urness Halls
8/2–Mortenesen/Urness Halls
8/2–Lindell Library
8/3–Luther Hall
8/3–Music Building
8/3–Christensen Center
8/4–Foss Center
8/7–Ice Arena
8/7–Anderson Hall
8/8–Science/Sverdrup Hall
8/8–Si Melby/Kennedy Hall
8/8–Oren Gateway Center
8/8–Old Main

If you have any questions please feel free to email Jim Orchard at

Teaching and Learning

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:

General Announcements

Latinx Family Orientation — Saturday, August 19

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Our annual Latinx Orientation, formerly known “Dia de Familias”, is coming up on Saturday, August 19th! This is a great opportunity to learn more about Augsburg University services that benefit students’ education and learn more about Latinx Student Services and Augsburg Latin American Students! There will be free food, giveaways and a cultural ceremony!

Click here to register!

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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Volunteer at the C-R Community Health Fair at the Brian Coyle Center on Friday, August 5

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Volunteer at the Cedar-Riverside Community Health Fair at the Brian Coyle Center on Friday, August 5th!

The annual Health Fair is from 11:30am to 4:00pm. There are two shifts, the first from about 9:30am to 1:00pm and the second from 12:30 to 5:00pm. Tasks will involve setting up tables and chairs in the morning and breaking them down at the close of the event. You might also help direct vendors and community participants to parking, distribute backpacks to guests, and other tasks as needed. Pillsbury United Communities is the parent organization for the Brian Coyle Community Center located at 420 15th Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55454, there are both Blue and Green Line train stops in the neighborhood and multiple buses that run on Cedar and Riverside Avenues. Parking should be easy to find in the morning and a little more challenging in the afternoon. If you’re concerned we can help!

This is a great way to spend some time with the awesome communities in Cedar-Riverside–and to use your community service hours! If you have any questions or concerns please email Jenean Gilmer at Thanks big time, this is sure to be a fun event!

Please fill out this form to let us know you’re interested:

New Staff Positions This Week (8)

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

07/25/2023: Associate Director of Admissions and PSEO
07/25/2023: Human Resources Assistant
07/24/2023: Enrollment Communications Specialist
07/24/2023: Seasonal Assistant Men’s and Women’s Golf Coach
07/24/2023: Assistant Men Soccer Coach
07/21/2023: Academic Technologist
07/20/2023: PA Administrative Assistant II
07/20/2023: Community Operations Specialist

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New Student Positions This Week (3)

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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

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Event Announcements

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

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

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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