Thanks to the AU staff, Barb Card is still on track to graduate in May.
Using 3D printers, several faculty members at Augusta University have volunteered to make face shields to protect clinicians’ eyes and faces from the coronavirus.
"This pandemic is an uphill battle and we are going to need to do everything we can to ensure that our health care workers have the supplies and encouragement they need to fight...
The University System of Georgia wants to make sure #EveryOneCounts during the 2020 Census.
These are the four things students need to know right know, as we transition to online learning for the remainder of Spring 2020.
In response to the transition to online instruction for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester, Augusta University and the University System of Georgia (USG) have launched...
Augusta University will continue to deliver instruction remotely during the summer semester.
A group of professors from Augusta University’s College of Education made sure local students received donated books from the community before the schools closed for the year.
“These efforts (and others) remind us that we gather a medical school faculty together every year to teach our students to become the best doctors that they can be — for their...
Augusta University wants to ensure its students have the support they need to facilitate their holistic wellbeing, wherever they are right now.
The Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University is helping lead the statewide response to the COVID-19 pandemic with the creation of a pandemic medicine course that will...
In response to the cancellation of spring SAT and ACT testing dates, Augusta University applicants for Summer and Fall 2020 do not need to submit ACT or SAT scores for admission...
The Academic Success Center is available online for students who need tutoring and academic coaching.
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Please note these changes for parking, shuttles, dining and other campus services beginning March 23.
“As far as us and Student Affairs, this is the heart of what we do ... We’re not going to stop engaging just because they’re not here.”
Preventing the spread of COVID-19 makes it an unusual circumstance for coordinating volunteer efforts.
Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, shares the personal message that during these unprecedented times, we are all in this together.