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New year, new student life: Learn how to get involved in 2022

The start of a new semester brings new opportunities for students to get involved on campus.

Augusta University’s Office of Student Life and Engagement will host Club Fest from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 31 at the Jaguar Student Activities Center.

Hosted each semester, this tabling fair helps students learn about the 100+ student organizations that Augusta University offers.

The event will be hosted jointly in the JSAC Breezeway and in the Dr. Roscoe Williams Ballroom.

New student organizations for spring 2022 include:

  • Electronics in Medicine Interest Group at the Medical College of Georgia
  • Medical Outreach Curriculum and Simulation
  • Pathology Interest Group
  • Give a Smile
  • Media Production
  • Chosen on Campus
  • Badminton/Pickleball Club
  • Vascular Surgery Interest Group
  • Coed Volleyball Club
  • Interprofessional Education Interest Group
  • Alpha Sigma Phi

See the full list of student organizations on JagLife.

Members of student organizations are encouraged to participate in Stuff the Stadium, a donation drive occurring at the men’s basketball game at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 19 at Christenberry Fieldhouse.

At the event, Augusta University students, faculty, staff and community members are asked to bring new stuffed animals to the game, all of which will be tossed on the court after the Jags score their first point. All stuffed animals collected will be donated to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Augusta and other local nonprofits.

Student organizations will compete to donate the most stuffed animals at the drive, but must register for the competition in advance by emailing Roberto Aragon, coordinator for student involvement. Students who donate as part of an organization must arrive by 7 p.m. so donations can be tallied.

For more information about Stuff the Stadium or Club Fest, call the Office of Student Life and Engagement at 706-729-2382.

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