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Parking Permits Now on Sale

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2023–24 parking permits are on sale now. Working with Municipal Parking Services (MPS), Augsburg is moving to a virtual parking permit system with camera enforcement this fall.

Please note that the issue with payroll deduction not being available as a payment option was ongoing as of Tuesday evening. We anticipate that it will be resolved today and will notify campus by email at that time. Thank you for your patience!


To purchase a parking permit, you will first need to login to the MPS SentryLink parking website and update your password. All Augsburg user accounts are currently set up in the parking system with temporary passwords. You will not be able to purchase a parking permit without completing this step.

1) Select “Parking Services” on the Inside Augsburg website or visit the MPS SentryLink parking website at

2) On your first login, select the “Forgot your SentryLink password?” option and enter your Augsburg email address. You will receive an automated email with instructions to reset your password.

3) Follow the prompts in the email to reset your password.

4) Login to the MPS SentryLink parking website using your Augsburg e-mail address and your new password.

Need help? Follow these step-by-step instructions:


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

Wednesday, August 2
– Juniors

Thursday, August 3
– Sophomores

Friday, August 4
– First-year commuter students

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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!

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!

Apply to Be a Bonner Leader Today

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The Bonner Community Leaders Program is recruiting for our Fall cohort! Take your leadership to the next level by participating in a learning cohort of social-justice minded students like you.
You should apply if you…
– Are passionate about social change and justice
– Want to engage in community-centered work or work in the public sector
– Seek to further your leadership and understanding of community
– Have at least 2 years left at Augsburg
– Want to be paid for your time and are Work Study Eligible

Apply here!

Pack Produce Boxes with Campus Kitchen

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Hello! Campus Kitchen needs some awesome volunteers to help pack produce boxes for our neighbors in Cedar Riverside.

We have shifts available every Thursday from 1:30-4:00pm.

The Details: Meet outside the Campus Cupboard (Anderson 26). You will ride in the Campus Kitchen van to the Sanneh Foundation Warehouse in St. Paul, where you will work in a team to prepare produce boxes/bags that will be distributed to neighbors in Cedar-Riverside the next day. Be sure to wear closed-toed shoes.

Anyone can sign up- staff, faculty, students, friends 🙂

Sign up here

Thinking of International Travel? Plan Ahead for Your Passport

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If you, a loved one, friend, or student you know is considering international travel in the upcoming year, plan ahead for the passport! Processing times are much longer than usual, and summer is a great time to check whether you need to apply or renew. Don’t wait until the fall is here! Follow the link below for US Passport application and renewal information.

CGEE is preparing for another successful year of student mobility. Students have opportunities to fulfill Augsburg Experience and earn credits on international programs, as well as programs within the US. Green Card holders, international students, undocumented students, and other non-US passport holding students, are eligible to study off-campus, too — often, additional travel documentation is necessary and requires advance planning.

Please refer any students curious about Study Abroad/Away to stop by the Center for Global Education& Experience, in Science Hall 110/112, or email

Augsburg Policies Regarding Cannabis Use

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Starting on August 1, Minnesota became the nation’s 23rd state to legalize recreational cannabis use for adults 21 years of age and older. This notice outlines Augsburg University policies regarding marijuana in light of the new state law.

Although cannabis will be legal under Minnesota state law, it is still illegal under federal law in almost all forms. In accordance with the federal Drug Free Schools and Communities Act, Augsburg will continue to:

***Prohibit the use, possession, and distribution of cannabis (medical and recreational) on campus or at any off-campus activity sponsored by or affiliated with the university (e.g., athletic events, conferences, retreats, class trips, internships, remote work, etc.).

***Prohibit all students from being under the influence of cannabis while on campus or while participating in off-campus activities sponsored by or affiliated with the university.

***Prohibit any student under the age of 21 from using, possessing, or distributing cannabis, both on and off campus.

Any individual alleged to have violated these policies will be subject to the university’s Conduct Adjudication Process (for students) or procedures outlined in the Employee Handbook (for employees).

The Center for Wellness and Counseling and the StepUP® program are available as free and confidential resources for students with additional questions or concerns related to substance use. Employees are encouraged to refer to the Employee Assistance Program for support with substance abuse concerns.

Open Student Jobs (Work-Study) This Week

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Students: If you’re interested in working on campus this academic year, check out the Student Employment Page. All positions listed require work-study eligibility. Pay rate: $15.19 per hour

Athletic Concessions Student Assistant
Hours are mostly evenings and weekends for athletic events. Great for students with busy daytime schedules.

Bonner Community Leaders
Augsburg-based cooperative leadership positions in our community, offering rich service and learning opportunities.

Writing Center Tutor
Great opportunities for students passionate about writing. Sun-Thurs afternoons and evenings.

Athletics Sports Information Student Assistant
Hours are mostly evenings and weekends for athletic events. Great for students with busy daytime schedules.

Athletic Facilities Events Assistant
Hours are mostly evenings and weekends for athletic events; scorekeeping, setup, etc. Great for students with busy daytime schedules.

Additional jobs and links to apply here:

Augsburg Student Employment Listings (on-campus work-study jobs)

New Staff Positions This Week (2)

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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

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Event Announcements

Cedar-Riverside Neighborhood Tour TOMORROW – August 3, 10:30-Noon

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Cedar-Riverside Neighborhood Tour THIS THURSDAY – August 3, 10:30-Noon

There are still some spots open for Thursday’s tour! Join in as we dive into the history of the region and Cedar-Riverside. 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:

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