Thanksgiving holiday brings schedule changes for student services

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Thanksgiving break brings schedule changes from students services, such as shuttles and dining.

During the Thanksgiving break, the following service schedules have been changed:

Shuttle service
  • Blue Route will not be in service Wednesday, Nov. 27, with the Orange Route running between the Health Sciences and Riverfront campuses.
  • No shuttles will be in service for Augusta University and Augusta University Medical Center on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 28-29.
  • Lot 55 Express will have regular scheduled Sunday service Dec. 1.
Student dining
  • Atrium Dining re-opens for dinner Sunday, Dec. 1.
  • JSAC Food Court and Allgood Café re-open Monday, Dec. 2.
  • All other dining locations will be closed Thursday and Friday and will follow their regular weekend schedule.
Other services
  • The JagStore will close at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 27. Both stores will re-open Monday, Dec. 2.
  • All residence halls will remain open during the break.
  • The Wellness Center will close at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 27, and re-open Sunday, Dec. 1.

Augusta University wishes you a Happy Thanksgiving!

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