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      Ausburg College

      Ausburg College





      Program Contact:

      Patrice M. Salmeri



      Additional Information About Ausburg College

      Augsburg College offers one of the oldest and most respected collegiate recovery programs in the country. Their doors have been open since 1997. They have 5 experienced, well trained and licensed, full-time staff members, which offer support to the students that are a part of the program. They currently have 85 students in their program.

      The residence hall designated for students in recovery (Oren Gateway Center Residence hall) is the largest residential collegiate recovery community in the nation, it can house 106 students. Students that are a part of the Oren Gateway Center, are given the opportunity to live in an environment filled with other students that understand the struggles of recovery in the collegiate setting.

      For those that are interested in applying, find out what the process is here.

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