The event will spotlight the ongoing support group for Black and brown students, “Our Voices Matter,” led by graduate students Marquietta Green and Randy LaMons
Augusta University’s Office of Civic Engagement has hosted two community service events this semester, both of which have received overwhelming support.
Augusta University’s Military and Veteran Services (MVS) recently delivered 300 valentines to veterans in the Georgia War Veterans Nursing Home and the Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center. The valentines — handwritten, heart-shaped notes — were...
“Shakespeare is fun, and this is your chance to explore it,” says Kelly Thomas, director of the Maxwell Theatre.
Augusta University is co-hosting the annual Tri-College MLK Jr. Celebration from noon to 2 p.m. Jan. 15. The event will be virtual this year, and livestreamed on YouTube and Facebook.
Jags Live Well, an initiative of the Dean of Students Office, has launched new mental health resources on its website.
To commemorate the university’s first acceptance of the season, four Admissions staff members (accompanied by Augustus himself) visited Raven Calahan’s home on Dec. 8 to announce the news in person.
Lyndsey Williams Mayweather, director of Augusta University’s Office of New Student and Family Transitions, has been appointed to the general board of the Association for Orientation, Transition, and Retention in Higher Education (NODA).
Augusta University is celebrating compassion on Thursday, Nov. 12 during the third annual Values Week. One student who embodies compassion is Jasmine Payne, a senior elementary education major and Augusta native.
Augusta University is celebrating excellence on Wednesday, Nov. 11 during the third annual Values Week. One student who embodies excellence in the AU community is Henry Claussen, an Augusta native and PhD student in the biostatistics program.
Augusta University is celebrating collegiality on Monday, Nov. 9 during Values Week. Someone who knows quite a bit about collegiality is Joseph Moore, a native of Madison, Georgia and a fourth-year dental student in The Dental College of Georgia.
Halloween looked different this year across the country, but Augusta University’s Civic Engagement Office wanted to ensure kids in the CSRA still got the holiday experience they deserved.
Augusta University Student Wellness Programs has received a $17,547.60 grant to participate in the Georgia Young Adult Program of the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.
Due to uncertainty surrounding SAT/ACT testing during the COVID-19 pandemic, Augusta University's Nursing Scholars Program has adjusted its admission process for the fall 2021 cohort.
Augusta University remains vigilant amid the COVID-19 pandemic and has seen relatively low case numbers since bringing students back to campus in August.
At the event, students, faculty and staff can request absentee ballots, ask questions about the voting process (including early voting), and submit their voter registrations on paper or online.
On May 20, as soon as he could access sidewalk chalk, Kit began creating illustrations on his driveway in support of neighbors and health care workers who pass his house on the way to the hospital.
Augusta University will waive the SAT/ACT requirement for first-year students for the upcoming Spring, Summer and Fall 2021 semesters.
Student Health Services has brought a national campaign to Augusta University: “Get Yourself Tested."
Dr. Alexis Pope has been named associate vice president for Enrollment Management at Augusta University, effective August 1. Pope comes to Augusta University with 15 years of experience in higher education, specifically in admissions leadership.