Health sciences faculty and staff can request librarian participation on systematic or scoping reviews.
Parking lots 35 and 36 near Circle K to close for demolition project.
While a sea of color was covered up by hoodies, coats, scarves and beanies, the cold weather couldn’t cover up the passion and the excitement during the Georgia Cancer Center’s inaugural “Unite in the Fight Against Cancer” walk.
The AU Police Department is committed to ensuring that our campuses are safe places to work and study.
The schedule for beginning the CSM construction project has changed; Lot 10 will close at the end of the spring 2019 semester.
Faculty and staff can register for space in Deck #80, next to the Nathan Deal Campus for Innovation on Augusta University’s Riverfront Campus, which will open to the public on Monday, Nov. 12.
Day of Service is coming up in November and, for those who are participating by “Lending a Paw,” your volunteer t-shirts have arrived.
Brought to you by the Exchange Club of Augusta, this is the 96th Georgia-Carolina State Fair and Augusta University wants to give you and yours a Day at the Fair.
Check out FAQs about the planned construction and move.
Beginning Oct. 1, call 706-721-2911 (12911) for safety and security issues on all campuses: Summerville, Health Sciences, Medical, Nathan Deal and Forest Hills.
Augusta University is excited to celebrate and recognize our hardworking environmental services employees.
Some of the changes include a change in parking permit rates, the length of time your permit is active and new parking rules.
For students, faculty and staff working on the Health Sciences Campus, the university has examined the safest walking routes to help assist you in your walk from distant parking lots to campus.
Two new water bottle filling stations have been installed on Augusta University’s Health Sciences Campus, thanks to a collaboration between the Graduate Student Government Association and the Facilities Operations Department.
For the last two semesters the bookstore has been using a service called JagCompare to help students find the best price for their books.