Whether you’re working on campus through the holiday break, staying home or leaving town, Augusta University Police offer tips to keep you safe.
To date, there are only 447 law enforcement agencies across the nation that have signed the One Mind Campaign pledge, and the Augusta University Police Department is one of 31 agencies in Georgia to volunteer and fulfill the requirements.
The Augusta University Police Department will be hosting its latest Coffee with a Cop event on Monday, Dec. 3, from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. in the Health Sciences Building Lobby.
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.
The Augusta University Police Department is providing four R.A.D. sessions that will take place throughout the rest of the year for female students, faculty and staff.
As these new students are preparing for the Fall semester to officially begin, take a look through some photos from the event.
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.
Starting next week, a new group of students will be moving in to their residence hall rooms and beginning their time here at Augusta University.
Beginning with the new fiscal year, July 1, Augusta University Police Department (AUPD) is the official title for the department.
Some buildings on the Health Sciences Campus will now require your Augusta University ID card to gain access.