Housing and Residence Life offers program for students who are moving out

Housing and Residence Life at Augusta University is working to help the community and students with their Jags Go Green For Move-Out program.

The program connects on-campus students with charitable organizations in the community so they can donate any clothing or household items they are not planning on keeping.

Additionally, Housing will also collect unopened non-perishable food to be donated to the Augusta University Open Paws Pantry.

The program starts Tuesday, May 1, and will continue until Thursday, May 9.

Both Oak Hall and University Village will participate, giving students the opportunity to give back to their community and reduce their ecological footprint.

For more information email Heather Schneller or Housing & Residence Life, or call (706)729-2300.

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