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Match Day: In pictures

  Students from the Medical College of Georgia joined senior medical students from across the nation in finding out where they’ll spend the next phase of their training. This year’s theme: a Disneyesque Dreams Come True. Read more...

Today is Match Day

Students from the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University will find out where they’ll spend the next phase of their training.

Match Day: the success is in the smiles

On March 18, 223 Medical College of Georgia students, 188 from Augusta and 35 from the Augusta University/UGA Medical Partnership in Athens, received their residency appointments. While the impressive numbers speak to the success of this class, so...

Match Day: the success is in the numbers

Today we celebrate 223 of our remarkable students as they take the next step in their careers as physicians, including 188 from our home base in Augusta and 35 from the AU/UGA Medical Partnership in Athens. They have been educated in all four...

Today: Match Day

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Fourth-year Medical College of Georgia students in Augusta and at the Augusta University/UGA Medical Partnership in Athens will participate in Match Day 2016 at noon on Friday, March 18. Match Day for the Augusta campus will be held...

Match Day: success in the jungle

In a day that saw frogs hugging squirrels and bananas and gorillas living together in perfect harmony, 181 MCG students gathered at the J. Harold Harrison, M.D. Education Commons to receive and open the envelops that contained their “what’s next.”...

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