Move-In Information

Fall 2014 Move-In Dates and Times

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If you are an upperclass student in our communities key pick up is Saturday August 23rd through Thursday August 28th, between 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm in the Urness/Mortensen lobby.  You may also pick up your key on Sunday, August 31st between 10:00 am and 7:00 pm.  Note: Luther Hall is our summer housing and thus may not be available for move in on the 23rd and 24th.  If you are a resident of Luther Hall please watch your Augsburg email for updates on when your apartment is ready for move in.  Early arrival groups may be housed in Urness Hall until Luther apartments are open for move in. 

First Year students move in by permit on Saturday, August 30th.  Campus Activities will send out move in permits after SOAR.

To get your keys

You must have completed the online Emergency Contact Information form. Interacting with Augsburg College Records and Registration, please log on to Augnet using your username and password. Click on Records and Registration which directs you to a new site in which you must click on Student Information/Contact. You can find it at Records and Registration/Student Information/Contacts.

Frequently Asked Questions

May I move-in early?

Yes, with approval. Please e-mail Cyndy Rowe, Housing Specialist, to make this arrangement.

What if I can’t make my move-in date/time because of …

Anyone who can not make his/her move-in date may move in on the date following during office hours. Please visit the Urness/Mortensen Residence Life office during office hours to pick up your key and move in information.

When are the Residence Life Offices open?

During the summer please call 612.330.1526 for current office hours.  The Urness Lobby Residence Life Office is open Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 8:00 pm when classes are in session.

Professional staff are available by appointment.

I want to send something to campus before I arrive…

Please contact Shipping & Receiving at 612-330-1750.

What should I bring?

For tips on what to bring, what to leave home, and other questions incoming First Year students may have, see the First Year Residential Experience Guide