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Winter Weather Update

Updated: Monday, Dec. 10, 6:50 p.m. Augusta University is operating on a normal schedule. While Gov. Nathan Deal announced delayed opening for some schools and state government offices in counties north of I-20 for Tuesday, Dec. 11, Augusta-Richmond...

Augusta University to reopen Oct. 12

Augusta University will reopen Friday, Oct. 12. Operations on all Augusta University campuses will resume, and faculty and staff are expected to report as scheduled.
Continue to check jagwire.augusta.edu/alert for the latest  updates.

Prepare for Hurricane Michael

As Hurricane Michael approaches the Gulf Coast, we are monitoring forecasts closely to ensure the safety of our employees, patients and students. Communication is important. Update your information in Jag Alert. If we can’t reach you, we can’t...

Update on Hurricane Florence

Updated 2:04 p.m., Friday, Sept. 14:  As Hurricane Florence slowly moves through the Carolinas, the latest forecasts show the Augusta area will not experience tropical force winds or rain as initially anticipated. However, we are still expected to...

Health Sciences Campus power outage resolved

Update 12:30 CEPaR reports: The power outage experienced earlier today has been resolved. If you are still experiencing issues within the hospital please call work management at 706-721 9675, and for any issues on the Health Sciences Campus call 706...

Update: Off-campus assault

March 19 5:28 p.m. – Today, the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office released a description of the suspect in the off-campus assault that occurred Thursday, March 15.   According to the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office:   The suspect is...

Boil Water Advisory Updates

2:21 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11 We have been given the all-clear and the water boil advisory has been lifted by the Augusta Utilities Department. We appreciate your efforts to ensure quality care and service during this situation. 12:07 p.m. Thursday...

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