Augusta University’s Department of Social Sciences and Columbia County Sheriff’s Office are creating an outdoor crime scene on the Summerville Campus.
Augusta University ROTC and Military and Veteran Services is hosting a Walk to Remember at 10:45 a.m. Monday, Nov. 11, on the Summerville Campus.
Scrubs and Beyond will remain open during JagStore renovations in November.
Pig Out has been a long-standing appreciation day for all of the university’s students. Each year, students see the Summerville Campus transform into a festival full of free food, music, activities, T-shirt giveaways and more.
Summerville tree work scheduled for Oct. 9-10.
The new building will have three floors, which will include multipurpose rooms and offices as well as multiple laboratories.
Groundbreaking for College of Science and Mathematics is 9 a.m. Friday.
According to the American Cancer Society, prostate cancer is the second most common cancer diagnosed in men. ACS research shows about one in nine men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer at some point during their lifetime.
Fall semester brings route changes for JagExpress shuttles.
Officials will break ground on a new College of Science and Math building on the Health Sciences Campus in August.
Here are some updates on parking lot closures and maintenance over the summer on the Health Sciences and Summerville campuses.
The parking fee for faculty and staff on the Summerville Campus increases to $25 per month beginning July 1, 2019.
Two cedar trees on the historic Summerville Campus are being removed due to disease and potential fall dangers.
Lots 35 and 36 set to reopen June 17, while various parking lots on Summerville will undergo improvements.
Please note this important change in the Blue Route pickup location for shuttle riders going from the Health Sciences Campus to Summerville.
The Writing Center will offer in-person, real-time online assistance and more to those in need during the summer sessions.
Follow these steps to help with parking lot closure.
Their complete essay is over 30 pages and pushed all three counselors to expand their knowledge in an area with little research.
Multiple Summerville lots will close May 9-11 for Paceline, a cycling fundraiser for the Georgia Cancer Center.
President Brooks A. Keel delivered his second State of the University address to an almost packed house in the Lee Auditorium, as well as to those livestreaming the speech at sites across the state.