StepUP students have a wide variety of resources to work with. Our program provides a community of support for students – from their peers, Student Peer Advisors (specialized Resident Assistants), and their professional StepUP counselors. We connect students with any additional resources they need, both on- or off-campus.
MINNEAPOLIS RECOVERY RESOURCES
Deidre Middleton Office of Academic Advising, Lindell Library, Floor 2
Staff in Academic Advising work with students who have questions about the general education requirements and interpretation of the academic procedures and policies of the University. As well, staff in Academic Advising 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.
Anderson Hall, Floor 1
The Center for Wellness and Counseling (CWC) offers programs and services that enhance student learning by promoting personal development and well-being. Services include counseling, student health clinic, student health insurance, and health promotion.
Christensen Center, Floor 1
The Strommen Center offers almost limitless opportunities for you to gain concrete on-the-job and community service experience and has developed partnerships with community organizations and employers that provide learning opportunities to students, many of which fulfill the Augsburg Experience requirement for graduation.
Lindell Library, Floor 2
The Center for Learning and Accessible Student Services (CLASS)/Disability Resources provides services and accommodations to individuals with learning, attentional, psychiatric or other cognitive disabilities. These individualized services are provided by highly-skilled professionals.
Urness & Mortensen Residence Hall Lobby
The Department of Public Safety (DPS) provides patrol, parking, workplace safety, and emergency preparedness and key/lock services. Our Communications Center monitors alarms, CCTV, dispatches calls and is the campus switchboard.
Augsburg’s Enrollment Center gives students the opportunity to register for courses, make tuition payments, access student account information, or request a transcript. Staff members are ready to assist you in all aspects of registration and financing your education.
The James G. Lindell Library is home to many different resources, including multiple electronic databases.The library has many different types of resources that students can borrow, from books to laptops to DVDs. Small group study rooms on the 3rd floor are very popular with students.
Residence Life helps students transition into college life by providing a variety of experiences through housing on campus. In addition housing the department offers programming and educational opportunities to enhance the student’s academic experience.
Lindell Library, Room 104
The IT departments provide computer and telecom support for current students, faculty, and staff of Augsburg University.
Gage Center for Student Success, Lindell Library, Floor 2
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.
Lindell Library, Main Floor
The Writing Lab offers one-to-one tutoring to students who want help in developing the skills necessary for effective writing. The Lab approaches writing as a process. 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.