With the help of the department’s four graduate assistants – Ladi Dada, Xavier Hidalgo, Lorenzo Rodgers and Andy Lukas – the department has seen record-breaking numbers for the fall 2019 semester.
For its second annual Values Week, Augusta University is honoring inclusion on Tuesday, Nov. 12. A champion of inclusion on the AU campus is the student organization Indian Cultural Exchange.
Augusta University has joined the Alana Yaksich National College and University Flu Vaccine Challenge to help increase flu vaccination rates on college campuses.
Augusta University is pleased to announce sophomore Maisy Welsh as the 2020 Miss Augusta University.
ExCREWsions funds tickets for off-campus events both in the Augusta community and beyond, which help Augusta University students explore both the Augusta area and the greater Georgia community.
Over the summer, Student Life and Engagement hosted its first “LEAD Up” Student Leadership Retreat.
Augusta University showed students just how much they’re valued with the annual “Pig Out” Student Appreciation Day.
“As a future mental health educator, it is incredibly important to normalize the struggles that so many students experience," says clinical and counseling psychology graduate student Megan Bigham. "But if you aren’t a psychology major, you may not...
As a new tradition to Augusta University’s annual Parent and Family Weekend, the Parent and Family Association reached out to the AU community to support an important cause: the “Open Paws” student food pantry.
Since 1995, October has served as national LGBT History Month, and this year, Augusta University is putting a strong focus on the health and wellness component of LGBT history with a series of “Come Out for Health” events.
Augusta University’s Dean of Students Office invites the campus community to “Light the Path” to raise awareness for suicide, honor those who have lost their lives to suicide, and remind AU students of the mental health resources available across...
Student Service Members Day is recognized on the first day of fall because the change in seasons symbolizes a time of transition, not unlike the one service members make from the military to the classroom.
“Today’s generation of college students is more knowledgeable and more open to talking about their mental health concerns,” said Director of Student Health Services Dr. Robert Dollinger.