A closer look at Jaguar Arthur Takahashi.
Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, shares the personal message that during these unprecedented times, we are all in this together.
While catcher Beau Hanna is still under contract with the Boston Red Sox, the freshman Jaguar credits Augusta University and his teammates with rekindling his love of baseball.
As a business major and a member of Augusta University’s track and field team, Zatrick Pearce is keeping busy and exploring future business options that could help improve the community.
Missed out on the 2018-2019 volleyball season? Check out the season recap.
For the third time, Augusta University men’s basketball Coach Dip Metress was named Peach Belt Conference Coach of the Year.
Augusta University golfers and sisters Cecilia and Teresa Diez-Moliner from Spain bring fire, determination and passion to the game of golf.
The Augusta Jaguars claimed their fifth tourney title in school history. Now, they head to the NCAA tournament.
Meet Christenberry Fieldhouse's big three, the older statesmen and leaders of the Augusta University men's basketball team.
The week-long celebration takes place Feb. 18-23 and includes both on-and off-campus activities.
Join Augusta University in saluting our nation's armed forces during Military Appreciation Day.
Meet new members of the Class of 2023. These new Jaguars shared their acceptance letters online. Tweet your congratulations with #augusta2023.
In its third year, Pause for Paws gives students a break from studying for their finals while helping rescue dogs find a new home.
This month, the Children’s Hospital of Georgia will host the 18th Annual Cares for Kids Radiothon — its biggest fundraiser of the year.
With one senior, three sophomores and nine freshmen, the Jaguars are one of the youngest teams to compete at Nationals in Pennsylvania. Although younger than last year’s team, the Jaguars are mentally stronger to take on the big stage this year.
The Augusta University men's basketball team started off the season with a big win this weekend.
Join the artist Q & A and reception Wednesday, Oct. 3 at 4 p.m.
“I try to convey to my students that it’s alright that they have a disability,” disability coordinator Bryan Waller says. “I tell them, ‘It’s nothing to be ashamed of. It’s what makes you unique.’"
The conference provides a wonderful opportunity for budding mathematicians to learn from, and share their ideas with, world-class researchers.