It’s time to welcome new undergraduate Student Government Association leadership to the Augusta University campus.
Augusta University’s Office of Civic Engagement has hosted two community service events this semester, both of which have received overwhelming support.
Augusta University is co-hosting the annual Tri-College MLK Jr. Celebration from noon to 2 p.m. Jan. 15. The event will be virtual this year, and livestreamed on YouTube and Facebook.
Augusta University is promoting excellence during its third annual Values Week. Non-traditional student Melinda McKew recalls her experiences as an undergraduate and soon-to-be medical student.
Augusta University is encouraging integrity during its third annual Values Week. Anabelle O’Keefe, a junior double-majoring in music and health services, opened up about her experiences with integrity.
Augusta University is celebrating compassion on Thursday, Nov. 12 during the third annual Values Week. One student who embodies compassion is Jasmine Payne, a senior elementary education major and Augusta native.
Augusta University is celebrating excellence on Wednesday, Nov. 11 during the third annual Values Week. One student who embodies excellence in the AU community is Henry Claussen, an Augusta native and PhD student in the biostatistics program.
This week’s episode of In the Wild features Roberto Aragon, the coordinator for Student Involvement, to discuss Values Week events.
Augusta University is celebrating leadership throughout its third annual Values Week. Hannah Goforth, a senior in the James M. Hull College of Business, recalls her leadership journey at the university.
Augusta University is celebrating collegiality on Monday, Nov. 9 during Values Week. Someone who knows quite a bit about collegiality is Joseph Moore, a native of Madison, Georgia and a fourth-year dental student in The Dental College of Georgia.
Halloween looked different this year across the country, but Augusta University’s Civic Engagement Office wanted to ensure kids in the CSRA still got the holiday experience they deserved.