Frank Warren, innovative creator of the PostSecret Project, comes virtually to Augusta University to share "PostSecret and Mental Health: Sharing Secrets, Reducing Stigma, Building Community."
The event will spotlight the ongoing support group for Black and brown students, “Our Voices Matter,” led by graduate students Marquietta Green and Randy LaMons
This week on "In The Wild," Raysean Ricks and Kiara Heffner highlight Black History Month events, AU’s first virtual Jaguar Job Fair and much more.
The suicide prevention program Kognito provides education to all on how to recognize and assist someone who may be in crisis and/or in need of mental health resources.
Jags Live Well, an initiative of the Dean of Students Office, has launched new mental health resources on its website.
Two graduate students in the College of Education's counselor education program are coordinating a new peer-led community designed to provide support to students of color.
Find out what makes Augusta University one of the most affordable universities to get a marketable degree.
African American Male Initiative receives grant funding to support the academic success of Black men at Augusta University.
Lizy Humphrey, a licensed counselor from Student Counseling and Psychological Services, joins us in the studio for a special episode of "In the Wild" to discuss how to cope in such trying times.
As people across the country take a variety of measures to ensure their physical health, members of the Augusta University community should also recognize that the COVID-19 crisis can take a toll on their mental health.
Here is a look at just some of what’s available to the university community.
Augusta University wants to ensure its students have the support they need to facilitate their holistic wellbeing, wherever they are right now.
Augusta University's Writing Center and Math Assistance Center are moving online to support students virtually.
The Academic Success Center is available online for students who need tutoring and academic coaching.
Get information about student health resources and more in our latest FAQ.
Here are some things Augusta University students need to know right now regarding COVID-19.
Here's what Augusta University students need to know about instruction and more during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The new year brings a new location for the Summerville office of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (SCAPS). The Summerville SCAPS office is now just a door down from its previous location.
“As a future mental health educator, it is incredibly important to normalize the struggles that so many students experience," says clinical and counseling psychology graduate student Megan Bigham. "But if you aren’t a psychology major, you may not...
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.