Resources

If you need any assistance while you are in school, please consult the following service offices. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Consult the College’s A to Z Directory or contact the Augsburg for Adults Office.

 

Office Phone & Fax
E-Mail Contact Information
Academic Advising
Gage Center for Student Success – Lindell Library 227, Second Floor (Link Level): Academic Advising works with students who are new to the college and current students who have questions about the general education requirements and interpretation of the academic procedures and policies of the college.
Phone:612-330-1025 advising@augsburg.edu
Academic Skills Office
Gage Center for Student Success – Lindell Library 201, Second Floor (Link Level): The Academic Skills coaches assist students in acquiring study skills, and strive to help students become more proficient, self-directed learners. The coaches offer services in time management, note-taking, text-book reading, study strategies, writing skills, and exam preparation.
Phone: 612-330-1291 academicskills@augsburg.edu
The ACCESS Center
Gage Center for Student Success, Lindell Library 201 (Link Level): The Access Center provides support and specialized services to students with documented physical disabilities.
Phone:612-330-1749 The Access Center
American Indian Student Services
Memorial 218: The AISS program provides a cultural context for American Indian students that encourages and promotes personal and academic growth and teaches students to successfully navigate Augsburg’s policies procedures, and expectations.
Phone: 612-330-1144 Jennifer Simon
Augsburg Abroad
Christensen Center 2: Augsburg Abroad provides comprehensive study abroad advising, admissions and resource services to all Augsburg day, weekend and graduate students. Weekend and evenings are available for appointments.
Phone: 612-330-1650 abroad@augsburg.edu
Augsburg for Adults
Oren Gateway Center 115: Augsburg for Adults serves as a point of entry to the College’s services for all adult students and builds community among adult learners.
Phone: 612-330-1333 adultundergrad@augsburg.edu
Center for Counseling and Health Promotion: CCHP House, Corner of 7th Street East and 21st Avenue South: The Center for Counseling and Health Promotion (CCHP) offers programs and services that enhance student learning by promoting personal development and well-being. The staff embraces a broad concept of wellness with an emphasis on physical and psychological health. Phone: 612-330-1707
CLASS (Center for Learning and Adaptive Student Services) Gage Center for Student Success, Lindell Library 201 (Link Level): CLASS provides services and accommodations to individuals with learning, attentional, psychiatric or other cognitive disabilities These individualized services are provided by highly-skilled professionals, along with a range of individualized accommodations, including current assistive technology. Phone: 612-330-1053 class@augsburg.edu
Enrollment Center
Sverdrup Hall, First Floor: Augsburg’s Enrollment Center gives students the opportunity to take care of all the “business” of college in one convenient location. At the Enrollment Center, students can register for courses, make tuition payments, access student account information, or request a transcript. Enrollment counselors, as well as staff members from Student Accounts, Financial Aid, Academic Advising, and the Registrar’s Office, are ready to assist you in all aspects of registration and financing your education.
Phone: 612-330-1046 enroll@augsburg.edu
Hispanic/Latino Student Services
Christensen Center 2: HLSS supports the academic and personal development of Hispanic/Latino students by providing academic, social, and cultural events and programs.
Phone: 612-330-1309  
LGBTQIA Christensen Center, 1D: Provides support not only for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex and asexual students, staff, and faculty but also members of the Augsburg community as a whole through one-on-one work as well as outreach education. Phone: 612-330-1499 Michael Grewe
Lindell Library The James G. Lindell Library is a member of the CLIC system that allows mutual borrowing and lending of over one million items held by 14 Twin Cities private college and university libraries. The library also provides access to many electronic databases. Circulation and Reserves:Phone: 612-330-101

Reference: 612-330-1604

Math Lab Gage Center for Student Success, Lindell Library 201 (Link Level) Students who are in Augsburg mathematics courses may receive supplemental instruction or private tutoring, depending on the circumstances. In addition, professors provide office hours, and students often form study groups for courses. Math instructors will provide supplemental instruction and tutoring information to students as classes begin. 612-330-1050 Matt Haines
McNair Scholars Program
Science Hall 152: The TRIO/ McNair Program prepares Augsburg students for graduate school through involvement in research and other scholarly activities. To qualify students must be underrepresented in graduate studies such as students of color, low-income, and first-generation college students. The major component of the McNair Scholars Program is a 10 week-long summer research program with a faculty mentor.
Phone: 612-330-1380 mcnair@augsburg.edu
Pan-Afrikan Student Services
Christensen Center 2: The Pan Afrikan Center (PAC) serves the Augsburg community by providing culturally conscious, personal, academic, financial, pre-professional and transitional support for students of Afrikan descent.
Phone: 612-330-1022 Mohamed Sallam
Pan-Asian Student Services
Christiansen Center 2: Pan-Asian Student Services seeks to create opportunities where Asian students can be involved in and contribute to all aspects of academic and student life.
Phone: 612-330-1530  
Speakers Lab
Gage Center for Student Success, Lindell Library 201 (Link Level): The Speakers Lab tutors students for all types of oral communication assignments, including group presentations, interviews, PowerPoint and storytelling. The lab is free and open to any Augsburg student.
Student Tutor Contact: Phone:612-330 1394FacultyContact: Kristen Chamberlain

Phone: 612-330-1528

Faculty Contact: Kristen Chamberlain
Strommen Center for Meaningful Work
Christensen Center 100: The Strommen Career and Internship Center provides information, education and support to students looking to enhance their overall college learning experience in and out of the classroom. Services include career assessments and career planning, help with selecting majors, internships for credit and not for credit, job and internship postings, resume, cover letter, interviewing and job search assistance.
Phone: 612-330-1148
Student Technology
TechDesk, Lindell Library 104: Provides information technology support for Augsburg students.
Phone: 612-330-1400 techdesk@augsburg.edu
TRIO/Student Support Services (SSS)
Gage Center for Student Success, Lindell Library 201 (Link Level): TRIO/SSS works to help students overcome class, social and cultural barriers to complete their college education. Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Student Support Services is committed to helping low-income, first-generation college students and students with disabilities achieve a bachelor\’s degree.
Phone: 612-330-1311
Tutor Services (Karen M. Housh Center)
Gage Center for Student Success, Lindell Library 201 (Link Level): This service offers free tutoring assistance for most lower-division courses. Students needing help may call and ask that a tutor be arranged for them.
Phone: 612-330-1445 tutor@augsburg.edu
Undergraduate Research & Graduate Opportunities (URGO) Science Hall 152: URGO provides support and guidance to students completing undergraduate research, and supports students in developing skills necessary to apply for and be admitted to graduate programs. Phone: 612-330-1447 Dixie Shafer
Women’s Resource Center
Sverdrup Hall 207: The Anne Pederson Women’s Resource Center offers all students space to study or relax as well as free condoms, pregnancy tests, emergency pads, and information about where to find emergency contraception, free birth control, and a full range of pregnancy options. We sponsor programming on safer sex, birth control, and on sexual assault. We also provide space for breastfeeding moms to pump and store milk.
Phone: 612-330-1528 Adriane Brown
Writing Lab
Lindell Library, near the Circulation Desk: The Writing Lab offers one-to-one tutoring to students who want help in developing the skills necessary for effective writing. Students are encouraged to bring in projects at any stage of completion – rough notes, drafts, finished essays, graded papers – and are offered help with any aspect of the writing process.