This is a reminder that all University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences (USAHS) campuses, offices and operations will be closed Monday, July 4 in observance of the Independence Day holiday. USAHS will resume normal operations Tuesday, July 5

In addition,  in recognition of mid-term break, campus facilities will be closed Saturday, July 2 and Sunday, July 3. Scheduled University support operations will continue as normal remotely July 2-3. If you are aware of any on-campus activity planned for those two days, please promptly advise your Campus Director to best facilitate that activity.

  • Students and Faculty: All campus-based courses will not meet Monday, July 4 or Tuesday, July 5. On Tuesday, July 5, campuses facilities and operations will be open normal hours. Please reference the Academic Calendar for academic holidays or closures.  
  • All clinical/fieldwork students are expected to follow the holiday schedule of their clinic. Please reference the Clinical Education/Fieldwork Handbook available on MyUSA>Clinical Service>Student Resources and Forms for the attendance policy (ensure you are logged into MyUSA to access).
  • All: Please continue to follow USAHS health and safety protocols, as your commitment helps keep our campuses operating.

 

Hello, students! If you haven't already responded to your Student Satisfaction survey, please do so now. Check your USAHS email for the survey from Oair@usa.edu titled Your voice matters! Survey response requested. This is your personal, confidential Student Satisfaction Survey link.       

Share with us what you love and what you would change about your USAHS experience. Please complete the survey by Sunday, July 17. It should only take 3-4 minutes to complete. Your response is confidential, and the data is reported in an aggregated format; no identifiable information is presented in the result.

BONUS BUCKS! We’re implementing a little friendly competition among the student organizations! The Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA), Student Physical Therapy Association (SPTA) or National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) chapter with the highest percentage of survey participants University-wide by July 17 will receive $500 to use however that organization chooses (donate the funds to the charity of your choice, have a social event with your favorite food or use the money for a special project your organization has wanted to do). It’s your choice! Plus, the student organization with the second-highest percentage of survey responses on each of the remaining four campuses will receive $150. 

WEEK 2 STANDINGS:
Dallas SPTA is in the lead, with Dallas NSSLHA in second place. Miami and Austin SOTA and Austin NSSLHA are in close pursuit. San Marcos and St. Augustine—we need to hear from you, too!

Students with Solutions! Don’t delay; help spread the word among your fellow students that it just takes a few minutes to earn funds for your student association AND share important feedback that can create change. The heat is on … will it be SOTA, SPTA or SSLPA that takes first, and which campus will come out on top?

For Post-Professional students, the first 50 students who respond to the survey will receive a $20 credit/discount code to use for University merchandise in the USAHS Shop, so don’t delay! Remember that survey links are unique to each student. If you misplaced your survey email, contact OAIR@usa.edu. Thank you in advance for your feedback.