Augusta University and Shepeard Community Blood Center will be co-hosting two blood drives on campus.
Augusta University is celebrating excellence on Wednesday, Nov. 13, during the second annual Values Week. Graduate student Mariah Clay opened up about her strive for excellence at the university.
Augusta University’s second annual Values Week, from Nov. 11-15, showcases the university’s commitment to foster an ethical culture and to highlight our institutional values. There will be an event or activity each day based on the university’s...
Augusta University’s Study Abroad Office is hosting International Education Week from Nov. 4-7.
Augusta University is hosting Come Out for Health Week to highlight the importance of sexuality in health.
Augusta University’s Office of First and Second Year Experiences is hosting an Inquiry 1000 Expo to celebrate student research presentations.
The annual Augusta University Day at the Fair will be Sunday, Oct. 20, at the Georgia-Carolina State Fair.
Students: Class ring orders will be taken Oct. 15-17.
The Master of Public Administration program at Augusta University is hosting the MPA Career Panel on Oct. 1.
Augusta University’s Multicultural Student Center officially opened its doors to students, faculty and staff on Sept. 17.
Augusta University is celebrating Constitution Day with a keynote address by Dr. Elna Green and voter registration.
Augusta National Golf Club invites Augusta University students and employees to attend Masters Recruitment Information Sessions at 1 p.m. or 4 p.m. Monday, Sept. 23, in the Jaguar Student Activities Center Ballroom.
Michelle Reed, AU’s Title IX coordinator, said the event is valuable for all students, from freshmen living on campus to seniors living off campus.
“I want students to come into our center and have cross-cultural dialogues and engage in activities to help create a more inclusive campus,” said Karen Mobley, director of Multicultural Student Engagement.
In Georgia, undocumented students are banned from attending the state’s top five publicly funded universities and they cannot qualify to receive in-state tuition to the other public colleges in Georgia. Their struggle is real.
The JagCard Office is moving to a new location.
Augusta University’s Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center is hosting the fifth annual Neuroscience Symposium Friday, May 3, in the Jaguar Student Activity Center’s Ballroom.
A new partnership merges public service and immigration studies to help and support the community on important issues like reducing gun violence.
At the hearings, university leaders will share their colleges’ and units’ achievements and challenges and present their preliminary goals for FY 2020.
Gene Policinski will be the keynote speaker at the Future of the First Amendment Symposium, a three-day event at Augusta University from March 13-15.