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 & Residence Life required students to sign up for a move-in appointment. Move-in appointments begin at 8 a.m. and run in 30-minute increments until 1:30 p.m.

Vehicles are directed to access Oak Hall via the Student Center parking lot, located at 1488 Laney-Walker Blvd. Once in the parking lot, motorists are to drive past the Student Center and continue behind Oak and Elm Halls. The drop-off zone is located on Spellman Street in front of Oak Hall, and temporary parking is available on the street for unloading. Longer-term parking is available in the gravel parking lot at the corner of Spellman Street and Goss Lane.

A detailed step-by-step interactive map is available on Housing & Residence Life’s website.

Housing & Residence Life staff will be present Saturday to direct motorists to the appropriate areas.

Call Housing & Residence Life at 706-729-2300 for more information.

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Haley Hughes is the Facilities Communications Coordinator at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-729-2098 or hhughes@augusta.edu.

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