Need to Know When Elevators Are Down? Opt In Here

submitted by escobarr@augsburg.edu

Recently a task force represented by Equity and Inclusion Initiatives, CLASS Disability Services, Facilities Management, Public Safety, Marketing and Communication, and Residential Life developed a more streamlined process for communicating to the campus community when an elevator isn’t working normally.

As part of this new process, a new opt-in listserv will offer timely information and updates about elevator status around campus, including when normal service resumes after an elevator has been out of order. If this information would help you avoid disruptions and navigate campus more easily, please subscribe at the link below.

Subscribe to elevator updates:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdy3-S_Dv_r225QL6wYw6wCsh400wS9Reka3gotjsYdl1EPpQ/viewform

Need to Know When Elevators Are Down? Opt In Here

submitted by escobarr@augsburg.edu

Recently a task force represented by Equity and Inclusion Initiatives, CLASS Disability Services, Facilities Management, Public Safety, Marketing and Communication, and Residential Life developed a more streamlined process for communicating to the campus community when an elevator isn’t working normally.

As part of this new process, a new opt-in listserv will offer timely information and updates about elevator status around campus, including when normal service resumes after an elevator has been out of order. If this information would help you avoid disruptions and navigate campus more easily, please subscribe at the link below.

Subscribe to elevator updates:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdy3-S_Dv_r225QL6wYw6wCsh400wS9Reka3gotjsYdl1EPpQ/viewform

Need to Know When Elevators Are Down? Opt In Here

submitted by escobarr@augsburg.edu

Recently a task force represented by Equity and Inclusion Initiatives, CLASS Disability Services, Facilities Management, Public Safety, Marketing and Communication, and Residential Life developed a more streamlined process for communicating to the campus community when an elevator isn’t working normally.

As part of this new process, a new opt-in listserv will offer timely information and updates about elevator status around campus, including when normal service resumes after an elevator has been out of order. If this information would help you avoid disruptions and navigate campus more easily, please subscribe at the link below.

Subscribe to elevator updates:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdy3-S_Dv_r225QL6wYw6wCsh400wS9Reka3gotjsYdl1EPpQ/viewform

Need to Know When Elevators Are Down? Opt In Here

submitted by escobarr@augsburg.edu

Recently a task force represented by Equity and Inclusion Initiatives, CLASS Disability Services, Facilities Management, Public Safety, Marketing and Communication, and Residential Life developed a more streamlined process for communicating to the campus community when an elevator isn’t working normally.

As part of this new process, a new opt-in listserv will offer timely information and updates about elevator status around campus, including when normal service resumes after an elevator has been out of order. If this information would help you avoid disruptions and navigate campus more easily, please subscribe at the link below.

Subscribe to elevator updates:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdy3-S_Dv_r225QL6wYw6wCsh400wS9Reka3gotjsYdl1EPpQ/viewform

Need to Know When Elevators Are Down? Opt In Here

submitted by escobarr@augsburg.edu

Recently a task force represented by Equity and Inclusion Initiatives, CLASS Disability Services, Facilities Management, Public Safety, Marketing and Communication, and Residential Life developed a more streamlined process for communicating to the campus community when an elevator isn’t working normally.

As part of this new process, a new opt-in listserv will offer timely information and updates about elevator status around campus, including when normal service resumes after an elevator has been out of order. If this information would help you avoid disruptions and navigate campus more easily, please subscribe at the link below.

Subscribe to elevator updates:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdy3-S_Dv_r225QL6wYw6wCsh400wS9Reka3gotjsYdl1EPpQ/viewform

Need to Know When Elevators Are Down? Opt In Here

submitted by escobarr@augsburg.edu

Recently a task force represented by Equity and Inclusion Initiatives, CLASS Disability Services, Facilities Management, Public Safety, Marketing and Communication, and Residential Life developed a more streamlined process for communicating to the campus community when an elevator isn’t working normally.

As part of this new process, a new opt-in listserv will offer timely information and updates about elevator status around campus, including when normal service resumes after an elevator has been out of order. If this information would help you avoid disruptions and navigate campus more easily, please subscribe at the link below.

Subscribe to elevator updates:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdy3-S_Dv_r225QL6wYw6wCsh400wS9Reka3gotjsYdl1EPpQ/viewform

Need to Know When Elevators Are Down? Opt In Here

submitted by escobarr@augsburg.edu

Recently a task force represented by Equity and Inclusion Initiatives, CLASS Disability Services, Facilities Management, Public Safety, Marketing and Communication, and Residential Life developed a more streamlined process for communicating to the campus community when an elevator isn’t working normally.

As part of this new process, a new opt-in listserv will offer timely information and updates about elevator status around campus, including when normal service resumes after an elevator has been out of order. If this information would help you avoid disruptions and navigate campus more easily, please subscribe at the link below.

Subscribe to elevator updates:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdy3-S_Dv_r225QL6wYw6wCsh400wS9Reka3gotjsYdl1EPpQ/viewform

Need to Know When Elevators Are Down? Opt In Here

submitted by escobarr@augsburg.edu

Recently a task force represented by Equity and Inclusion Initiatives, CLASS Disability Services, Facilities Management, Public Safety, Marketing and Communication, and Residential Life developed a more streamlined process for communicating to the campus community when an elevator isn’t working normally.

As part of this new process, a new opt-in listserv will offer timely information and updates about elevator status around campus, including when normal service resumes after an elevator has been out of order. If this information would help you avoid disruptions and navigate campus more easily, please subscribe at the link below.

Subscribe to elevator updates:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdy3-S_Dv_r225QL6wYw6wCsh400wS9Reka3gotjsYdl1EPpQ/viewform

Winter Break and Spring Parking Permits

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

Hello Auggies,

DPS hopes everyone is having a stress free and successful finals week. We just wanted to announce the parking plans for both winter break and spring semester. If you have already bought a full year permit, you can disregard this message as it doesn’t apply to you.

WINTER BREAK: On December 16, all fall semester passes will expire. If you plan on staying over winter break, you can purchase a winter break permit for $50 through the Inside Augsburg Parking Services tab on December 16. Even first-year resident students will be able to purchase this permit for winter break. The pass will expire on January 15, 2024.

SPRING SEMESTER: Next week Monday (December 18), passes for the Spring 2024 semester will go on sale. Those can be purchased through the Augsburg Parking Services tab. Please note: this will be the first semester that we will no longer be using physical hang tags.

UNDERGROUND PASSES: If you previously purchased a Fall Underground pass, expect an email from DPS asking if you’d like to re-up for Spring Semester. If you were put on the waiting list, you’ll also be receiving an email about how to purchase an underground pass. If we have any additional passes left over in either underground garages, we will announce via email.

The entire DPS team wants to thank everyone for their cooperation and feedback with our new virtual permit system. As always, please make sure that you accurately register your vehicle(s). Even if you’re off by one number or letter, you can be ticketed by the cameras. Additionally, we’d like to remind everyone that if you drive more than one vehicle or get a new license plate, you MUST register these vehicles to your parking account. The LPRs (License Plate Reader cameras) won’t recognize another vehicle you drive if you haven’t registered it, regardless of whether you bought a permit or not.

Any questions, please feel free to email parking@augsburg.edu.

Augsburg Parking Website

Winter Break and Spring Parking Permits

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

Hello Auggies,

DPS hopes everyone is having a stress free and successful finals week. We just wanted to announce the parking plans for both winter break and spring semester. If you have already bought a full year permit, you can disregard this message as it doesn’t apply to you.

WINTER BREAK: On December 16, all fall semester passes will expire. If you plan on staying over winter break, you can purchase a winter break permit for $50 through the Inside Augsburg Parking Services tab on December 16. Even first-year resident students will be able to purchase this permit for winter break. The pass will expire on January 15, 2024.

SPRING SEMESTER: Next week Monday (December 18), passes for the Spring 2024 semester will go on sale. Those can be purchased through the Augsburg Parking Services tab. Please note: this will be the first semester that we will no longer be using physical hang tags.

UNDERGROUND PASSES: If you previously purchased a Fall Underground pass, expect an email from DPS asking if you’d like to re-up for Spring Semester. If you were put on the waiting list, you’ll also be receiving an email about how to purchase an underground pass. If we have any additional passes left over in either underground garages, we will announce via email.

The entire DPS team wants to thank everyone for their cooperation and feedback with our new virtual permit system. As always, please make sure that you accurately register your vehicle(s). Even if you’re off by one number or letter, you can be ticketed by the cameras. Additionally, we’d like to remind everyone that if you drive more than one vehicle or get a new license plate, you MUST register these vehicles to your parking account. The LPRs (License Plate Reader cameras) won’t recognize another vehicle you drive if you haven’t registered it, regardless of whether you bought a permit or not.

Any questions, please feel free to email parking@augsburg.edu.

Augsburg Parking Website

Winter Break Parking Reminders

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

Greetings Auggies,

If you plan on staying on campus over winter break and haven’t bought a parking permit, winter break permits will go on sale on December 16 for $50. Even first-year residents are eligible for this permit. The permit lasts until January 15. If you have already bought a year or fall permit, you can disregard this.

Additionally, we’d like to remind everyone that if you drive more than one vehicle or get a new license plate, you MUST register these vehicles to your parking account. The LPRs (License Plate Reader cameras) won’t recognize another vehicle you drive if you haven’t registered it, regardless of whether you bought a permit or not.

We hope everyone has successful finals this week and safe travels home. If you have any parking questions, please contact us at parking@augsburg.edu.

Augsburg Parking Website

Winter Break Parking Reminders

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

Greetings Auggies,

If you plan on staying on campus over winter break and haven’t bought a parking permit, winter break permits will go on sale on December 16 for $50. Even first-year residents are eligible for this permit. The permit lasts until January 15. If you have already bought a year or fall permit, you can disregard this.

Additionally, we’d like to remind everyone that if you drive more than one vehicle or get a new license plate, you MUST register these vehicles to your parking account. The LPRs (License Plate Reader cameras) won’t recognize another vehicle you drive if you haven’t registered it, regardless of whether you bought a permit or not.

We hope everyone has successful finals this week and safe travels home. If you have any parking questions, please contact us at parking@augsburg.edu.

Augsburg Parking Website

Winter Break Parking Reminders

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

Greetings Auggies,

If you plan on staying on campus over winter break and haven’t bought a parking permit, winter break permits will go on sale on December 16 for $50. Even first-year residents are eligible for this permit. The permit lasts until January 15. If you have already bought a year or fall permit, you can disregard this.

Additionally, we’d like to remind everyone that if you drive more than one vehicle or get a new license plate, you MUST register these vehicles to your parking account. The LPRs (License Plate Reader cameras) won’t recognize another vehicle you drive if you haven’t registered it, regardless of whether you bought a permit or not.

We hope everyone has successful finals this week and safe travels home. If you have any parking questions, please contact us at parking@augsburg.edu.

Augsburg Parking Website

Telephone Issue Today—Alternate Contact for Public Safety

submitted by farrisr@augsburg.edu

Augsburg is experiencing an issue with our telephone system on campus this morning that is preventing incoming calls from going through. We are working with our telecom provider to resolve this issue as quickly as possible.

If you need to reach the Department of Public Safety, you may receive a busy signal when calling the main dispatch line (612-330-1717) until the problem is resolved. If this happens and you need to report an emergency or an urgent matter, please hang up and call 612-366-7921 or use the Campus Shield app to contact DPS.

Thank you for your patience as we work to resolve this issue.

Find updates on the IT Status page.

Vehicle Security

submitted by harri@augsburg.edu

Over the past week the Department of Public Safety has witnessed, and/or received reports of people attempting to enter parked vehicles on campus and the adjacent streets. We have increased patrol in these areas and have prevented such incidents by scaring would be offenders away and apprehending one violator on 11-10-23. We strongly encourage vehicle owners to keep any valuables out of sight of anyone walking the streets or lots. Please report any suspicious activity immediately to Dispatch at 612-330-1717 when it is safe to do so.

Hyundai to Provide Free Safety Upgrades in Minneapolis

submitted by erchula@augsburg.edu

On Friday, November 10 and Saturday, November 11, in cooperation with the Minneapolis Police Department, technicians from Hyundai will be on site in the parking lot of the old K-Mart building at 10 W Lake St. to provide free security upgrades for Hyundai vehicles that have been affected by an issue that leaves them vulnerable to theft.

The event will run each day from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.

Visit the Department of Public Safety website for the full details of this event.

Full Event Details

Building Hours for the Election Day Holiday, November 7

submitted by erchula@augsburg.edu

Election day is tomorrow and Augsburg University will be observing a holiday to allow people a chance to get to the polls and vote. Please see below for building hours during the Election Day holiday on November 7.

– Christensen Center (polling location) – Open to the public 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
– Lindell Library – Open via fob access 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
– Athletic Facilities – Open normal hours via fob access, 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
– All other academic buildings – closed
– Residence halls – normal operations

Normal building hours will resume on Wednesday, November 8. Please call the Department of Public Safety at (612) 330-1717, or email publicsafety@augsburg.edu if you have any questions.

Building Hours for the Election Day Holiday, November 7

submitted by erchula@augsburg.edu

Election day is quickly approaching and Augsburg University will be observing a holiday to allow people a chance to get to the polls and vote. Please see below for building hours during the Election Day holiday on November 7.

– Christensen Center (polling location) – Open to the public 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
– Lindell Library – Open via fob access 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
– Athletic Facilities – Open normal hours via fob access, 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
– All other academic buildings – closed
– Resident halls – normal operations

Normal building hours will resume on Wednesday, November 8. Please call the Department of Public Safety at (612) 330-1717, or email publicsafety@augsburg.edu if you have any questions.

Lindell Library Study Rooms

submitted by fillbran@augsburg.edu

The Lindell Library has had some issues with the study room booking system over the past week. We are happy to announce that we have updated the way room reservations work, and students, faculty, and staff can now reserve spaces using their Augsburg email address.

If you previously reserved a study room for this week or next week, please resubmit your reservation into the new system. We apologize for the inconvenience.

-Your Friendly Librarians in the Lindell Library

Study Room Reservation page

Active Shooter Preparedness

submitted by gubrud@augsburg.edu

Augsburg is offering a series of active shooter preparedness sessions to faculty and staff this fall.

Active shooter incidents are often unpredictable and evolve quickly. And because active shooter situations are often over within 10 to 15 minutes—before law enforcement arrives on the scene—individuals must be prepared to very quickly make a determination about what is occurring and what potential actions to take, usually without official reports or instructions.

These in-person preparedness sessions will review the recommended “Run, Hide, or Fight” protocol and equip you to think in advance about the various response options in different locations on campus.

Register for Active Shooter Preparedness

The sessions are scheduled for:

* TODAY – Wednesday, October 18 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
* Thursday, October 19 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
* ALL SPOTS FILLED – Friday, November 3 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Active Shooter Preparedness

submitted by gubrud@augsburg.edu

Augsburg is offering a series of active shooter preparedness sessions to faculty and staff this fall.

Active shooter incidents are often unpredictable and evolve quickly. And because active shooter situations are often over within 10 to 15 minutes—before law enforcement arrives on the scene—individuals must be prepared to very quickly make a determination about what is occurring and what potential actions to take, usually without official reports or instructions.

These in-person preparedness sessions will review the recommended “Run, Hide, or Fight” protocol and equip you to think in advance about the various response options in different locations on campus.

Register for Active Shooter Preparedness

The sessions are scheduled for:

* Wednesday, October 18 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
* Thursday, October 19 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
* Friday, November 3 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Active Shooter Preparedness

submitted by gubrud@augsburg.edu

Augsburg is offering a series of active shooter preparedness sessions to faculty and staff this fall.

Active shooter incidents are often unpredictable and evolve quickly. And because active shooter situations are often over within 10 to 15 minutes—before law enforcement arrives on the scene—individuals must be prepared to very quickly make a determination about what is occurring and what potential actions to take, usually without official reports or instructions.

These in-person preparedness sessions will review the recommended “Run, Hide, or Fight” protocol and equip you to think in advance about the various response options in different locations on campus.

Register for Active Shooter Preparedness

The sessions are scheduled for:

* Wednesday, October 18 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
* Thursday, October 19 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
* Friday, November 3 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Active Shooter Preparedness Training

submitted by gubrud@augsburg.edu

Augsburg is offering a series of active shooter preparedness sessions to faculty and staff this fall.

Active shooter incidents are often unpredictable and evolve quickly. And because active shooter situations are often over within 10 to 15 minutes—before law enforcement arrives on the scene—individuals must be prepared to very quickly make a determination about what is occurring and what potential actions to take, usually without official reports or instructions.

These in-person preparedness sessions will review the recommended “Run, Hide, or Fight” protocol and equip you to think in advance about the various response options in different locations on campus.

Register for Active Shooter Preparedness Training

The training sessions are scheduled for:

* Wednesday, October 18 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
* Thursday, October 19 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
* Friday, November 3 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Active Shooter Preparedness Training

submitted by gubrud@augsburg.edu

Augsburg is offering a series of active shooter preparedness sessions to faculty and staff this fall.

Active shooter incidents are often unpredictable and evolve quickly. And because active shooter situations are often over within 10 to 15 minutes—before law enforcement arrives on the scene—individuals must be prepared to very quickly make a determination about what is occurring and what potential actions to take, usually without official reports or instructions.

These in-person preparedness sessions will review the recommended “Run, Hide, or Fight” protocol and equip you to think in advance about the various response options in different locations on campus.

Register for Active Shooter Preparedness Training

The training sessions are scheduled for:

* Wednesday, October 18 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
* Thursday, October 19 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
* Friday, November 3 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Recent Phishing Emails

submitted by krajewsk@augsburg.edu

Please watch out for two recent phishing emails with the titles “ASSESSMENT REVIEW REPORT FOR ALL MEMBERS” and “FREE DOWNSIZING AND GIVEAWAY ITEMS FOR ALL STUDENTS / STAFFS.”  The first email in particular tries to trick you into entering your password into an online form.  The second email is trying to get money from you.

In both cases you should mark them as spam to train Google’s spam filter.  If you are concerned that the first email did trick you then you should change your password on Inside Augsburg – under “Account Utilities.” 

Also, pay close attention when you get Duo pushes on your phone. Duo tells you the location from where the push originated. A strange location is a red flag. If you’re not expecting a push you should deny it and change your password. That means someone is trying to login to your account.

If IT or Google detects your account has been compromised it will be disabled and you will need to contact IT to get access again.  Students can contact the Tech Desk for help and faculty and staff can contact the LFCs for help.

Parking in Lot K (Don’t Get Towed)

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

Dear Augsburg community,

Recently, a number of vehicles (both with and without permits) have been parking in Lot K in spaces that aren’t parking spots. We’ve seen individuals parked along the grass by the entrance; over the striped, diagonal lines; and double parked by actual parking spots.

Regardless of whether you have a permit or not, if you’re parked in a way that obstructs traffic in the parking lots, your vehicle may be towed at the owner’s expense.

Thank you for your patience with parking on campus and for choosing not to obstruct traffic even when frustrated with limited parking spots. If you have any questions, please feel free to email parking@augsburg.edu.

Attention Hyundai and Kia Owners

submitted by harri@augsburg.edu

Attention Hyundai and Kia owners –

Augsburg has experienced a number of attempted and completed auto thefts on our campus. Almost all of these incidents involved either Kia or Hyundai vehicles. This is consistent with a trend that has been occurring within the City of Minneapolis as well as across the country. We strongly encourage owners of these makes of vehicles to take extra precautions. Use of a steering wheel lock or other anti- theft device is recommended. Such devices are available on-line and at many auto part stores. We also suggest Hyundai and Kia owners check with their dealerships to see if there are any recalls or software upgrades available for their vehicle.

The incidents that have occurred on campus and in the surrounding community are under investigation by the Minneapolis Police. Augsburg Department of Public Safety continues to patrol the campus to both deter and detect criminal and/or suspicious activity. We urge anyone who observes suspicious behavior to contact us through Dispatch at 612-330-1717.

Don’t Get Ticketed: New Parking Enforcement Starts Today

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

Augsburg has transitioned to a virtual parking permit system this semester. Your permit status will be verified electronically based on your license plate number upon entry and exit from Augsburg lots. DPS is still providing hang tags as a backup method during the initial weeks of the semester, but they will not be used after the fall term.

DON’T GET TICKETED!
MPS, our parking vendor, will begin enforcement through the new system on September 11, 2023. The fine for a parking violation is $35 for a previously registered vehicle and $52 for an unregistered vehicle.

NEED A PERMIT?
Login to the MPS SentryLink website via the Parking Services link on Inside Augsburg using your Augsburg email address to purchase a parking permit, add or edit vehicle information, or pay a parking violation.

IF YOU DON’T DRIVE EVERY DAY …
The new system makes it easier to purchase a $5 daily (visitor) permit. This supports a more sustainable mix of commuting methods for Auggies who bike or use public transit to get to campus and only need to park occasionally. Purchase a daily permit at https://augsburg.mpspark.com/users/login or by downloading the Sentry Mobile app. Email address and license plate number are required at the time of purchase. There is a 10-minute grace period after parking begins in which to purchase a permit.

GUEST PARKING
Guests on official university business park for free, but departments should contact parking@augsburg.edu at least one week in advance with the guest’s email address, visit details, and license plate number to obtain a permit.

GOT QUESTIONS?
Contact parking@augsburg.edu with any questions. Complete information and frequently asked questions are available on the DPS website: https://www.augsburg.edu/dps/parking/

Download a quick reference guide to the new parking system here.

No Parking in Lots H and J

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

Dear Augsburg community,

Please don’t park in parking lots H and J unless you have the proper permit. Lot H is reserved for Institutional Advancement staff and their guests. Lot J is reserved for both Admission tours and new candidates for open Augsburg jobs. Employee and student permits are not valid in Lots H and J. If you park in these lots without the proper permit from Institutional Advancement, Admissions, or Human Resources, you will be subject to being ticketed.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact parking@augsburg.edu.

No Parking in Lots H and J

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

Dear Augsburg community,

Please don’t park in parking lots H and J unless you have the proper permit. Lot H is reserved for Institutional Advancement guests. Lot J is reserved for both Admission tours and new candidates for open Augsburg jobs. Employee and student permits are not valid in Lots H and J. If you park in these lots without the proper permit from Institutional Advancement, Admissions, or Human Resources, you will be subject to being ticketed.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact parking@augsburg.edu.

Virtual Parking Permit System: Ticketing Starts Monday

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

Augsburg has transitioned to a virtual parking permit system this semester. Your permit status will be verified electronically based on your license plate number upon entry and exit from Augsburg lots. DPS is still providing hang tags as a backup method during the initial weeks of the semester, but they will not be used after the fall term.

DON’T GET TICKETED!
MPS, our parking vendor, will begin enforcement through the new system on September 11, 2023. The fine for a parking violation is $35 for a previously registered vehicle and $52 for an unregistered vehicle.

NEED A PERMIT?
Login to the MPS SentryLink website via the Parking Services link on Inside Augsburg using your Augsburg email address to purchase a parking permit, add or edit vehicle information, or pay a parking violation.

IF YOU DON’T DRIVE EVERY DAY …
The new system makes it easier to purchase a $5 daily (visitor) permit. This supports a more sustainable mix of commuting methods for Auggies who bike or use public transit to get to campus and only need to park occasionally. Purchase a daily permit at https://augsburg.mpspark.com/users/login or by downloading the Sentry Mobile app. Email address and license plate number are required at the time of purchase. There is a 10-minute grace period after parking begins in which to purchase a permit.

GUEST PARKING
Guests on official university business park for free, but departments should contact parking@augsburg.edu at least one week in advance with the guest’s email address, visit details, and license plate number to obtain a permit.

GOT QUESTIONS?
Contact parking@augsburg.edu with any questions. Complete information and frequently asked questions are available on the DPS website: https://www.augsburg.edu/dps/parking/

Download a quick reference guide to the new parking system here.

No Parking in Lots H and J

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

Dear Augsburg community,

Please don’t park in parking lots H and J unless you have the proper permit. Lot H is reserved for Institutional Advancement staff and their guests. Lot J is reserved for both Admission tours and new candidates for open Augsburg jobs. Employee and student permits are not valid in Lots H and J. If you park in these lots without the proper permit from Institutional Advancement, Admissions, or Human Resources, you will be subject to being ticketed.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact parking@augsburg.edu.

New Semester, New (Virtual) Parking Permit System

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

Augsburg has transitioned to a virtual parking permit system this semester. Your permit status will be verified electronically based on your license plate number upon entry and exit from Augsburg lots. DPS is still providing hang tags as a backup method during the initial weeks of the semester, but they will not be used after the fall term.

DON’T GET TICKETED!
MPS, our parking vendor, will begin enforcement through the new system on September 11, 2023. The fine for a parking violation is $35 for a previously registered vehicle and $52 for an unregistered vehicle.

NEED A PERMIT?
Login to the MPS SentryLink website via the Parking Services link on Inside Augsburg using your Augsburg email address to purchase a parking permit, add or edit vehicle information, or pay a parking violation.

IF YOU DON’T DRIVE EVERY DAY …
The new system makes it easier to purchase a $5 daily (visitor) permit. This supports a more sustainable mix of commuting methods for Auggies who bike or use public transit to get to campus and only need to park occasionally. Purchase a daily permit at https://augsburg.mpspark.com/users/login or by downloading the Sentry Mobile app. Email address and license plate number are required at the time of purchase. There is a 10-minute grace period after parking begins in which to purchase a permit.

GUEST PARKING
Guests on official university business park for free, but departments should contact parking@augsburg.edu at least one week in advance with the guest’s email address, visit details, and license plate number to obtain a permit.

GOT QUESTIONS?
Contact parking@augsburg.edu with any questions. Complete information and frequently asked questions are available on the DPS website: https://www.augsburg.edu/dps/parking/

Download a quick reference guide to the new parking system here.

New Parking System: Visitors, Guests, Enforcement, and More

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

Augsburg has transitioned to a virtual parking permit system this semester. Your permit status will be verified electronically based on your license plate number upon entry and exit from Augsburg lots. DPS is still providing hang tags as a backup method during the initial weeks of the semester, but they will not be used after the fall term.

DON’T GET TICKETED!
MPS, our parking vendor, will begin enforcement through the new system on September 11, 2023. The fine for a parking violation is $35 for a previously registered vehicle and $52 for an unregistered vehicle.

NEED A PERMIT?
Login to the MPS SentryLink website via the Parking Services link on Inside Augsburg using your Augsburg email address to purchase a parking permit, add or edit vehicle information, or pay a parking violation.

IF YOU DON’T DRIVE EVERY DAY …
The new system makes it easier to purchase a $5 daily (visitor) permit. This supports a more sustainable mix of commuting methods for Auggies who bike or use public transit to get to campus and only need to park occasionally. Purchase a daily permit at https://augsburg.mpspark.com/users/login or by downloading the Sentry Mobile app. Email address and license plate number are required at the time of purchase. There is a 10-minute grace period after parking begins in which to purchase a permit.

GUEST PARKING
Guests on official university business park for free, but departments should contact parking@augsburg.edu at least one week in advance with the guest’s email address, visit details, and license plate number to obtain a permit.

GOT QUESTIONS?
Contact parking@augsburg.edu with any questions. Complete information and frequently asked questions are available on the DPS website: https://www.augsburg.edu/dps/parking/

Download a quick reference guide to the new parking system here.

Fall Semester Parking Reminders and Resources

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

Augsburg has transitioned to a virtual parking permit system this semester. Your permit status will be verified electronically based on your license plate number upon entry and exit from Augsburg lots. DPS is still providing hang tags as a backup method during the initial weeks of the semester, but they will not be used after the fall term.

DON’T GET TICKETED!
MPS, our parking vendor, will begin enforcement through the new system on September 11, 2023. The fine for a parking violation is $35 for a previously registered vehicle and $52 for an unregistered vehicle.

NEED A PERMIT?
Login to the MPS SentryLink website via the Parking Services link on Inside Augsburg using your Augsburg email address to purchase a parking permit, add or edit vehicle information, or pay a parking violation.

IF YOU DON’T DRIVE EVERY DAY …
The new system makes it easier to purchase a $5 daily (visitor) permit. This supports a more sustainable mix of commuting methods for Auggies who bike or use public transit to get to campus and only need to park occasionally. Purchase a daily permit at https://augsburg.mpspark.com/users/login or by downloading the Sentry Mobile app. Email address and license plate number are required at the time of purchase. There is a 10-minute grace period after parking begins in which to purchase a permit.

GUEST PARKING
Guests on official university business park for free, but departments should contact parking@augsburg.edu at least one week in advance with the guest’s email address, visit details, and license plate number to obtain a permit.

GOT QUESTIONS?
Contact parking@augsburg.edu with any questions. Complete information and frequently asked questions are available on the DPS website: https://www.augsburg.edu/dps/parking/

Download a quick reference guide to the new parking system here.

Building Access for Labor Day

submitted by erchula@augsburg.edu

Hello Fellow Auggies,

This is a reminder that Monday, September 4 is Labor Day. While the University will be observing this holiday, student, staff and faculty fobs will remain active and will be able to access buildings around campus.

Lindell Library will be closed from 6:00 p.m. Friday, until 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday. Classrooms and meeting rooms will not be unlocked on Monday; if you need access to a classroom or meeting room, please contact the Department of Public Safety at (612) 330-1717. Normal operations will resume on Tuesday, September 5.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email publicsafety@augsburg.edu.

Tree Removal on 21st Ave S and 7th St TODAY

submitted by ridgle@augsburg.edu

Davey Tree Service is scheduled to remove a dead tree located on 21st Ave S next to the Hagsfor roundabout next Monday, August 21st at 8:30am. Barricades will be installed to block off the street until the service is complete. There will be no parking past the Anderson crosswalk beginning Monday morning. If you have any questions or concerns, contact Facilities Management or the Department of Public Safety.

Final Building Fire System Testing—Monday and Tuesday 8/21 and 8/22

submitted by orchard@augsburg.edu

On Monday and Tuesday our fires safety contractor will be finishing their building fire system checks. The building schedules are as follows:

Monday 8/21—Science 7 a.m.-10 a.m.
Tuesday 8/22–Hagfors 7 a.m.-11 a.m.
Tuesday 8/22–Memorial Hall 11 a.m-1 p.m.
Tuesday 8/22–Christiansen Center 1:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.

If you have any questions please feel free to email Jim Orchard at orchard@augsburg.edu.

Tree Removal on 21st Ave S and 7th St on Monday, August 21

submitted by ridgle@augsburg.edu

Davey Tree Service is scheduled to remove a dead tree located on 21st Ave S next to the Hagsfor roundabout next Monday, August 21st at 8:30am. Barricades will be installed to block off the street until the service is complete. There will be no parking past the Anderson crosswalk beginning Monday morning. If you have any questions or concerns, contact Facilities Management or the Department of Public Safety.

Annual Fire System Testing Contiues

submitted by orchard@augsburg.edu

The annual fire system testing continues today with the following buildings to be tested:

8/4–Foss Center
8/4–Hagfors

The following buildings will be tested next week Monday and Tuesday:

8/7–Ice Arena
8/7–Anderson Hall
8/7–Memorial Hall
8/8–Science/Sverdrup
8/8–SiMelby/Kennedy Hall
8/8–Oren Gateway Center
8/8–Old Main

If you have any questions please feel free to email Jim Orchard at orchard@augsburg.edu.

Parking Permits on Sale—Payroll Deduction Available Now

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

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. One of the benefits of this system is that an easier process to purchase daily permits will support Auggies who bike or use public transit to get to campus in addition to occasional driving.

Thank you for your patience with the unexpected additional delay on the payroll deduction option for payment. This option is available now for faculty and staff.

***IMPORTANT: ACTION NEEDED***

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 https://augsburg.mpspark.com/users/login

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: https://web.augsburg.edu/dps/Parking%20Documents/How%20to%20Login%20to%20Your%20Augsburg%20Parking%20Account%20and%20Purchase%20a%20Permit.pdf

2023–24 PARKING PERMIT SALE DATES

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

Visit https://www.augsburg.edu/dps/parking for details and pricing.

Contact parking@augsburg.edu with questions.

FAQ on New Parking System

Parking Permits on Sale + Update on Payroll Deduction Option

submitted by farrisr@augsburg.edu

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.

Thank you for your patience with the unexpected additional delay on the payroll deduction option for payment. We have been working closely with MPS to address the issue, and anticipate that it will be resolved later today.

***IMPORTANT: ACTION NEEDED***

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 augsburg.mpspark.com/users/login

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: https://web.augsburg.edu/dps/Parking%20Documents/How%20to%20Login%20to%20Your%20Augsburg%20Parking%20Account%20and%20Purchase%20a%20Permit.pdf

2023–24 PARKING PERMIT SALE DATES

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

Visit https://www.augsburg.edu/dps/parking for details and pricing.

Contact parking@augsburg.edu with questions.

New Parking System FAQs

Annual Fire System Testing Continues

submitted by orchard@augsburg.edu

The annual fire system testing continues this week with the following schedule:

8/3–Music building
8/3–Christensen Center
8/3–Luther Hall
8/4–Foss Center
8/4–Hagfors

The following buildings will be tested next week:

8/7–Ice Arena
8/7–Anderson Hall
8/7–Memorial Hall
8/8–Science/Sverdrup
8/8–SiMelby/Kennedy Hall
8/8–Oren Gateway Center
8/8–Old Main

If you have any questions please feel free to email Jim Orchard at Orchard@augsburg.edu.

Parking Permits Now on Sale

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

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!

***IMPORTANT: ACTION NEEDED***

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 augsburg.mpspark.com/users/login

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: https://web.augsburg.edu/dps/Parking%20Documents/How%20to%20Login%20to%20Your%20Augsburg%20Parking%20Account%20and%20Purchase%20a%20Permit.pdf

2023–24 PARKING PERMIT SALE DATES

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

Visit https://www.augsburg.edu/dps/parking for details and pricing.

Contact parking@augsburg.edu with questions.

New Parking System FAQs

Parking Permits on Sale Today

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

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

Please note that there is a temporary delay in the availability of the payroll deduction payment option for faculty and staff; however, this will be resolved by the afternoon of August 1st. Faculty and staff can either hold off on purchasing a permit until the payroll deduction option is available or pay for the permit in full using a personal credit/debit card. We apologize for this inconvenience.

***IMPORTANT: ACTION NEEDED***

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 augsburg.mpspark.com/users/login

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: https://web.augsburg.edu/dps/Parking%20Documents/How%20to%20Login%20to%20Your%20Augsburg%20Parking%20Account%20and%20Purchase%20a%20Permit.pdf

2023–24 PARKING PERMIT SALE DATES

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

Visit https://www.augsburg.edu/dps/parking for details and pricing.

Contact parking@augsburg.edu with questions.

New Parking System FAQs

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

submitted by orchard@augsburg.edu

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–Mortensen/Urness Halls
8/2–Lindell Library
8/3–Luther Hall
8/3–Music Building
8/3–Christensen Center
8/4–Foss Center
8/4–Hagfors
8/7–Ice Arena
8/7–Anderson Hall
8/7–Memorial 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 orchard@augsburg.edu.

Parking Permits on Sale August 1: Important Info About New System

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

2023–24 parking permits go on sale this week. Working with Municipal Parking Services (MPS), 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. Permit status will be verified electronically based on license plate number upon entry and exit from Augsburg lots.

***IMPORTANT: ACTION NEEDED***

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 augsburg.mpspark.com/users/login

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: https://web.augsburg.edu/dps/Parking%20Documents/How%20to%20Login%20to%20Your%20Augsburg%20Parking%20Account%20and%20Purchase%20a%20Permit.pdf

2023–24 PARKING PERMIT SALE DATES

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

PERMIT PRICES

Parking permit prices have remained the same as last year. Visit https://www.augsburg.edu/dps/parking/ for details and pricing.

Contact parking@augsburg.edu with questions.

New Parking System FAQs

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

submitted by orchard@augsburg.edu

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
8/4–Hagfors
8/7–Ice Arena
8/7–Anderson Hall
8/7–Memorial
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 orchard@augsburg.edu.

2023–24 Parking Permits on Sale Next Week

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

2023–24 PARKING PERMIT SALE DATES

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

PERMIT PRICES

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

Parking Permit Sales Dates and Prices 2023-24

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

2023–24 PARKING PERMIT SALE DATES

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

PERMIT PRICES

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

Parking Permit Sales Date and Prices 2023-24

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

2023–24 PARKING PERMIT SALE DATES

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

PERMIT PRICES

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

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

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.

Parking Permit Sales Date and Prices 2023-24

submitted by ierbaub@augsburg.edu

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

PERMIT PRICES

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

Parking Permit Sales Date and Prices 2023-24

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

2023–24 PARKING PERMIT SALE DATES

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

PERMIT PRICES

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

Parking Permit Sales Date and Prices 2023-24

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

2023–24 PARKING PERMIT SALE DATES

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

PERMIT PRICES

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

Parking Permit Sales Date and Prices 2023-24

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

2023–24 PARKING PERMIT SALE DATES

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

PERMIT PRICES

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

Parking Permit Sales Date and Prices 2023-24

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

2023–24 PARKING PERMIT SALE DATES

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

PERMIT PRICES

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

Attention Kia and Hyundai Owners

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

Attention Hyundai and Kia owners –

Augsburg has experienced a number of attempted and completed auto thefts on our campus. Almost all of these incidents involved either Kia or Hyundai vehicles. This is consistent with a trend that has been occurring within the City of Minneapolis as well as across the country. We strongly encourage owners of these makes of vehicles to take extra precautions. Use of a steering wheel lock or other anti- theft device is recommended. Such devices are available on-
line and at many auto part stores. We also suggest Hyundai and Kia owners check with their dealerships to see if there are any recalls or software upgrades available for their vehicle.

The incidents that have occurred on campus and in the surrounding community are under investigation by the Minneapolis Police. Augsburg Department of Public Safety continues to patrol the campus to both deter and detect criminal and/or suspicious activity. We urge anyone who observes suspicious behavior to contact us through Dispatch at 612-330-1717.

Attention Hyundai and Kia Owners

submitted by bierbaub@augsburg.edu

Augsburg has experienced a number of attempted and completed auto thefts on our campus. Almost all of these incidents involved either Kia or Hyundai vehicles. This is consistent with a trend that has been occurring within the City of Minneapolis as well as across the country. We strongly encourage owners of these makes of vehicles to take extra precautions. Use of a steering wheel lock or other anti- theft device is recommended. Such devices are available on-
line and at many auto part stores. We also suggest Hyundai and Kia owners check with their dealerships to see if there are any recalls or software upgrades available for their vehicle.

The incidents that have occurred on campus and in the surrounding community are under investigation by the Minneapolis Police. Augsburg Department of Public Safety continues to patrol the campus to both deter and detect criminal and/or suspicious activity. We urge anyone who observes suspicious behavior to contact us through Dispatch at 612-330-1717.

Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination No Longer Required for Students or Employees

submitted by farrisr@augsburg.edu

Following the end of the federal public health emergency for COVID-19, Augsburg no longer requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination for students or employees, effective June 1. While no longer required, the university strongly recommends that everyone stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines for their age group.

Students, faculty, and staff should also continue to complete the COVID-19 self-reporting form following a positive COVID-19 test or exposure to receive information and timelines for testing, isolation, and masking.

More information, including the self-reporting form, is available on the Outbreak Planning website.

Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination No Longer Required for Students or Employees

submitted by farrisr@augsburg.edu

Following the end of the federal public health emergency for COVID-19, Augsburg no longer requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination for students or employees, effective June 1. While no longer required, the university strongly recommends that everyone stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines for their age group.

Students, faculty, and staff should also continue to complete the COVID-19 self-reporting form following a positive COVID-19 test or exposure to receive information and timelines for testing, isolation, and masking.

More information, including the self-reporting form, is available on the Outbreak Planning website.

Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination No Longer Required for Students or Employees

submitted by farrisr@augsburg.edu

Following the end of the federal public health emergency for COVID-19, Augsburg no longer requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination for students or employees, effective June 1. While no longer required, the university strongly recommends that everyone stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines for their age group.

Students, faculty, and staff should also continue to complete the COVID-19 self-reporting form following a positive COVID-19 test or exposure to receive information and timelines for testing, isolation, and masking.

More information, including the self-reporting form, is available on the Outbreak Planning website.