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Congratulations to our 2016 Who’s Who Winners!

Who’s Who Among Students is a national college student recognition program in the U.S. that honors outstanding students. The annual Who’s Who list is based on student leadership, academic excellence, and community service, and the winners each year...

New Arsenal Oak takes root on Summerville Campus

“Remember the spring of 2016?” A hundred or more years from now, that might be what future faculty, staff and students say when standing in the shade of a newly planted tree on the Summerville Campus—a descendant of the original Arsenal Oak. Grown...

Provost Perspective: SACSCOC visit

After months and months of strenuous, coordinated effort, we’re close to the finish line when it comes to our accreditation. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges’ (SACSCOC) on-site team will be vising Augusta...

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Additional questions and answers

A special thanks to all those who submitted questions to Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel during his November town hall presentation.  For those questions that couldn’t be addressed in the allotted time, full answers have been provided...

Better than 2:16

UPDATE: Augusta University is home to an impressive number of amazing people, but few have come as far – or have the potential to go as far – as assistant coach and MBA recipient Pardon Ndhlovu, who began his journey running barefoot in Zimbabwe and...

Graduation Spotlight – Pardon Ndhlovu

Why did you choose Augusta University? “I’m the first one from my family in Zimbabwe to go to college. At home, it was every kid’s dream to come to the U.S. because you’re coming for a better life. I came to Augusta University from University...

Marion speaks on state of the college

“Tomorrow’s nurses … today” is the long-standing mantra of the College of Nursing at Georgia Regents University and was the theme of the 2015 State of the College Address delivered by Dean Lucy Marion on Friday. “This statement so eloquently speaks...

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