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New students move into their new home to start a new year

It is the beginning of their college journey, the first time many of these students will be on their own away from their family and friends. But freshmen moving into Oak Hall Saturday quickly learned they have a surrogate family ready to welcome them to Augusta University. “It is hugely important...

4 ways to prepare for residence hall life

Living on campus can be an adjustment, especially for freshmen moving away from home for the first time and their parents. Dr. Heather Schneller, director of Housing and Residence Life at Augusta University in Augusta, Ga., offers the following advice to make the move easier for the whole family...

Registration now open for Summer LEADership Camp

By Ali Hale Now in its fourth year at Augusta University, the Summer LEADership Camp is a residential conference-style program open to 36 talented rising high school juniors and seniors. The Division of Enrollment and Student Affairs sponsors this camp. This year’s camp will take place from Sunday...

Oak and Elm Halls: A ‘giant step forward’

Augusta University took a “giant step forward,” according to junior communication major Brikkel Rucker, by formally unveiling Oak and Elm halls on Wednesday. University President Brooks A. Keel and other distinguished guests, including Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis and University System of Georgia...

Augusta University’s student housing ushers in new era

Augusta University’s Health Sciences Campus is becoming a residential college campus with the opening of its new student housing facilities, Oak Hall and Elm Hall. Known as Jaguar Park collectively, Oak and Elm Halls combined offer more than 700 beds to undergraduate and graduate/professional...

All invited to residence halls ribbon cutting today

Augusta University President Dr. Brooks Keel and other distinguished guests will cut the ribbon on Oak and Elm Halls, the university’s two new residence halls, on Wednesday, Aug. 24. All faculty, staff and students are invited to the ceremony, which will be held in the lobby of Oak Hall from 1-2 p...

Move-in day traffic flow directions are available

Vehicle traffic will surge on Augusta University’s Health Sciences Campus Saturday as hundreds of undergraduate students move in to Oak Hall, and drivers are asked to follow specific directions to ease traffic flow. To alleviate congestion in parking lots and in Oak Hall, the Office of Housing...

Residence halls create enhanced dining options

Augusta University students now have more on-campus dining options than ever before, thanks in large part to the refreshed Atrium Dining Hall in the Student Center. Debuting with dinner on Aug. 16, the dining hall will offer a full-service, cafeteria-style food line featuring hot entrees, a salad...

New residence halls wired for convenience

When undergraduate students move into the brand new Oak Hall on Saturday, they’re moving into a state-of-the-art building outfitted with an impressive array of new technology designed to make the residence hall experience as convenient and enjoyable as possible. It only takes a moment to realize...

New residence halls to transform campus

The face, the feel and the way people relate to Augusta University is forever changed with the new residence halls on the Health Sciences Campus. Oak Hall, the undergraduate residence, and Elm Hall, the graduate/professional/non-traditional residence, can accommodate more than 700 students between...

4 ways to prepare for living on campus

Living on campus can be an adjustment, especially for freshmen moving away from home for the first time and their parents. Dr. Mark Allen Poisel, Vice President for Enrollment and Student Affairs at Augusta University and a change management expert, offers the following advice to make the move...

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