On May 9th at 11pm, Blackboard Learn will be down for maintenance and upgrading. This upgrade is necessary in order to maintain reliability and ensure updated functionality.
It is anticipated that the upgrade process will be finished by 11am on May 10th. This upgrade includes bug fixes and minor enhancements.
The new Blackboard Learn System is up and running!
Students and Faculty, please call us 24/7 with your questions at (202) 885-3904, or write us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For over 20 years, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been conducting clean-up operations to remove World War I materiel discovered at various locations on or near the American University main campus and throughout the Spring Valley neighborhood.
On December 1, 2014, the Army Corps is scheduled to resume excavation activities along Glenbrook Road, which parallels the southern border of AU’s campus. This phase of the work is anticipated to take a year to complete. The University wants to ensure that everyone knows the excavation is taking place and is prepared to take appropriate actions in the unlikely event of an emergency.
For more information about the Army Corps Project and the shelter-in-place safety measures to be followed in case of an emergency, please click on the links below: