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About Augusta University
Located in Augusta, Georgia, Augusta University is a four-year-old university with a 188-year history. Home of Jaguar Nation, we are a public research university and medical center dedicated to training the next generation of innovators, leaders and health care providers.
More than 8,000 students choose Augusta for experiential learning that blends arts and application, humanities and the health sciences. With nationally ranked business and nursing schools as well as the state’s flagship public medical school and only dental school, Augusta University is a destination of choice for the students of today and the leaders of tomorrow
Augusta University is also home to Georgia's only public academic health center, where world-class clinicians are bringing the medicine of tomorrow to patient care today.
In the News
Melissa Furman details the need for new workers for new kinds of jobs as well as the need to replace those in the baby boom generation who are getting ready to retire.