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Atrium dining on the Health Sciences Campus

Update on Augusta University dining and shuttle services

Class instruction and other operations have been suspended due to concerns over COVID-19. Please note the following changes that will affect campus services:

Dining services

The following new schedule for Atrium Dining has been shared as of March 16:
Open Sunday โ€“ Saturday
Brunch: 10 am to 1 pm
Dinner : 5 pm to 7 pm

Meal plan swipe or cash/card accepted. All service is take-out only.

The Education Commons Cafe is still open, and Subway is still an option, but Terrace Dining is no longer available due to screening requirements at hospital entrances.

The JagStore on Summerville is open with Simply-to-Go food items and other snacks, but the JSAC and Allgood cafes will be closed. 

Parking and transportation

Lot 55 shuttle service will be available on Sunday, March 15.

First-year students assigned to Lot 55 also will have temporary access to park at Lot 1 next to Elm Hall from March 15-29.

Beginning Monday, March 16, the Blue Route will run with just two buses rather than eight. Please use the PassioGO app to track location and arrival times. 

All other routes for employees will operate on the normal schedule for the week of March 16.

Read the latest news and hear from Augusta University Health experts about the emerging public health concern of COVID-19 on our dedicated resource page. Here you will find guidance on how to protect yourself, news from around the community and links to resources from the CDC and those managing the situation here in the U.S.

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Denise Parrish is Senior Communications Strategist for Operations at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-721-9566 or mparrish@augusta.edu.

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