Compliance teams have relocated to Annex I

Two-story building with construction out front
The Alumni Center building at 919 15th St. is being decanted for demolition. The property will be used for additional parking on the Health Sciences Campus in the near future.

Augusta University’s Compliance Department, which includes Compliance, Privacy and Title IX personnel, has relocated to the third floor of Annex I on 15th Street.

The new physical address for office visits to the Compliance suite is 1499 Walton Way, and the interoffice mail stop is now HS-3507.

The Compliance Department, as well as Advancement, is moving out of the Alumni Center, so that the building at 919 15th St. may be readied for demolition in the spring. After the building is razed, the property will be transformed into more parking for the Health Sciences Campus.

As shared in a previous Jagwire article, Advancement & Alumni Engagement will relocate to the 1100 Suite in Professional Building 1, formerly occupied by the Division of Communications and Marketing. DCM has moved to 643 Broad St. as part of Augusta University on Broad.

The Compliance Department works to ensure that the Augusta University enterprise is committed to providing instruction, research, health care and other activities in accordance with applicable local, state and federal rules and regulations.

Questions may be asked and concerns reported to or by calling 800-576-6623.

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