Tag - Housing and Residence Life

New students move into their new home to start a new year

It is the beginning of their college journey, the first time many of these students will be on their own away from their family and friends. But freshmen moving into Oak Hall Saturday quickly learned they have a surrogate family ready to welcome them to Augusta University. “It is hugely important...

Volunteers wanted for Undergraduate Move-In Day

Housing and Residence Life are looking for motivated volunteers to assist with Undergraduate Move-In Day on Saturday, Aug. 12. Help is needed from 6:30 a.m.–2 p.m., and Housing and Residence Life is willing to work with volunteers on schedule concerns. Duties include directing traffic, unloading...

4 ways to prepare for residence hall life

Living on campus can be an adjustment, especially for freshmen moving away from home for the first time and their parents. Dr. Heather Schneller, director of Housing and Residence Life at Augusta University in Augusta, Ga., offers the following advice to make the move easier for the whole family...

Changing the world one paw at a time

It’s a new year, full of new possibilities. But before we step into the future, we encourage you to join us as we take a look back. In 2016, we officially welcomed President Brooks Keel and launched the new Augusta University name and brand. Our students found a new home with the opening of two new...

Move-in day traffic flow directions are available

Vehicle traffic will surge on Augusta University’s Health Sciences Campus Saturday as hundreds of undergraduate students move in to Oak Hall, and drivers are asked to follow specific directions to ease traffic flow. To alleviate congestion in parking lots and in Oak Hall, the Office of Housing...

Provost Perspective: Student Engagement

While it’s been wonderful to watch how the new Augusta University branding has captured the imagination of the greater Augusta community, even more exciting has been the way our own Augusta University family has responded to it. With a solid look that matches our status as Georgia’s innovation...

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