Augusta University is hosting Come Out for Health Week to highlight the importance of sexuality in health.
Since 1995, October has served as national LGBT History Month, and this year, Augusta University is putting a strong focus on the health and wellness component of LGBT history with a series of “Come Out for Health” events.
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Augusta University’s Multicultural Student Center officially opened its doors to students, faculty and staff on Sept. 17.
Next week at Augusta University, departments are expanding their efforts to offer students more resources to address their mental health needs and the institution holds Constitution Day to celebrate the anniversary of women’s suffrage.
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.
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To better prepare students to live and work in a diverse global society, the Division of Enrollment and Student Affairs is taking steps to promote diversity, multiculturalism and inclusion on campus.
Augusta University's office of Student Life and Engagement is excited to announce the full schedule for their Weeks of Welcome.