Holidays, end of semester bring changes to university services

The holidays are upon us, and they bring a few changes to campus services.

Campus Dining
  • Terrace Dining and Subway will follow regularly scheduled hours.
  • Einstein’s Bros. Bagels will be closed Dec. 20 to Jan. 3.
  • All other campus dining locations will be closed Dec. 10 to Jan. 5, 2022.
  • Campus dining locations will reopen Jan. 6.
Parking and Transportation
  • Blue & Blue Express Routes: Will go offline Dec. 10 and return to service Jan. 6.
  • Gold Route: Will go offline Dec. 20 and return to service Jan. 4.
  • Silver, Green and Lot 55 Express routes for Augusta University Medical Center employees will follow regular schedules.
  • All shuttles will be out of service on university holidays of Dec. 24, Dec. 27 and Jan. 3.
  • The Parking Office will be closed Dec. 24 to Jan 3.
  • Spring 2022 parking permits can be purchased via the AU Parking Portal.
JagStore
  • The JagStore will be closed Dec. 27 and re-open Jan. 4.
  • Textbooks and course materials can be ordered online any time during the break.

If you have safety concerns over the holidays, the Augusta University Police Department is available 24/7. Call 706-721-2911 for assistance.

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