Building Our Future

Bright and early on a hot, sunny Saturday in August, a new era at Augusta University began when the first group of undergraduates to live in Oak Hall pulled up to the curb on Spellman Street and began the efficient and highly orchestrated unloading process.

The move-in and just about everything else involving the new residence halls was supervised by Dr. Heather Schneller, director of housing and residence life, who was tough to miss in her big straw hat – her move-in hat – which she brought with her last year when she was hired to be Augusta University’s first director of housing.

Read more about Jaguar Park’s first Move-In Day in this post on The Fine Print, the online home of A., Augusta University’s alumni magazine.

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Eric Johnson is publications editor at Augusta University. You can reach him at erijohnson@augusta.edu.

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