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Demolition begins at Residence VI.
Parking lots 35 and 36 near Circle K to close for demolition project.
The year's top-10 Jagwire reader favorites highlight innovative and creative work from faculty, students, staff, researchers and clinicians.
Construction on a new medical office building will begin Nov. 26.
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.
From 8 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9 through 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10, the gravel lot off Goss Lane behind the Harrison Commons, Lot 10, and the Student Center lot, Lot 3, will be used for those participating in the Board of Regents meeting.
The new app, named PassioGO, launched Sept. 1 and is replacing the current Smarttraxx App.
Some of the changes include a change in parking permit rates, the length of time your permit is active and new parking rules.
The new school year brings five new buses, added routes and enhanced transportation options.
Faculty, staff and students who park in the neighborhood near Augusta University’s Health Sciences Campus will need to begin utilizing authorized parking lots or risk being fined.
Because an Augusta-Richmond County construction project will be closing the intersection of Laney Walker Boulevard and Druid Park Avenue, Augusta University’s Teal Route will be modified.
Several Summerville campus parking lots will be closed for special event parking during spring break.
A new comprehensive parking management system is coming soon to Augusta University and AU Health.
Of 2,126 available parking spaces, only 947 spaces are allocated for patients, families and guests. Learn how changes will improve patient parking.
If you park in the parking decks that service AU Medical Center, CHOG, or our clinics in the MOB, chances are you’ve seen our patients, families and visitors circling our decks searching for an open parking space. How frustrating it must be to deal...
In conjunction with the recent notice about the hospital studying the parking situation and taking action to improve the patient experience, the following change will occur to the gate operations at the 15th Street and Medical Office Building...
As previously reported, Augusta University and Augusta University Health employees no longer have to replace their parking hang tags. However, because employees are no longer required to resubmit their information, those experiencing an increase...