President Keel at his first State of the University in 2017.

Save the date: State of the University

President Brooks A. Keel will give his second State of the University Address at noon, Wednesday, May 1, in the Natalie and Lansing B. Lee Jr. Auditoria Center.

At the address, Keel will discuss progress and future plans for Augusta University’s education, research and health care missions.

All members of the Augusta University community are encouraged to attend and hear about the direction of the institution and plans for the future.

There will be complimentary boxed lunches available on a first-come, first-served basis.

A shuttle bus will be available for round trip transport between the Health Sciences Campus and Summerville Campus.

Shuttle route begins at 10:30 a.m. and will run in 30-minute rotations until 2 p.m.

Shuttle stops:

Pavilion I (Laney Walker Blvd)
Annex I and II (15th and Walton Way, bus stop)
Main Entrance Circle (Summerville Campus)
*Employees on all Augusta Campuses may also take advantage of the BLUE ROUTE.

Additionally, if you are interested in listening to the event, but are not able to attend, the State of the University Address will be live streamed.

Viewing rooms:

Northwest Campus — Heritage Hall Room 162
Medical Partnership Campus — Russell Hall Room 202
Southeast Campus — MCG-Savannah Classroom — Heart and Lung Building
Southwest Campus — Conference Room  — SW Campus Suites
Viewing room on Summerville Campus, University Hall 248
College of Nursing — CONAT-Athens Campus — Classroom II — OU 1007

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