Jags Live Well, an initiative of the Dean of Students Office, has launched new mental health resources on its website.
Augusta University remains vigilant amid the COVID-19 pandemic and has seen relatively low case numbers since bringing students back to campus in August.
Augusta University is celebrating the increase of our total student enrollment to 5,676 undergraduate students. Included in that number is over 1,000 freshmen who make up the Class of 2024.
The total enrollment for the fall semester at Augusta University is estimated to be 9,558 students, which is an increase of 3.1%.
Housing and Residence Life at Augusta University has taken many steps to help protect residents during this pandemic and create a safe move-in experience for students and their families.
Dr. Alexis Pope has been named associate vice president for Enrollment Management at Augusta University, effective August 1. Pope comes to Augusta University with 15 years of experience in higher education, specifically in admissions leadership.
May brings the start of summer classes to Augusta University, and summer learning is more affordable than ever this year.
Patrice Buckner Jackson, EdD, has been named Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs at Augusta University. Dr. Jackson comes to Augusta University with 21 years of progressive experience in higher education.
In addition to being the university’s largest incoming freshman cohort, more than 50% of the class of 2023 are not from the Augusta area, and over half are students of color.
Augusta University’s Multicultural Student Center officially opened its doors to students, faculty and staff on Sept. 17.
Thirteen rising juniors at Lucy C. Laney High School received acceptance letters as incoming dual enrolled students at Augusta University.
This year's spring commencement will celebrate the first class to complete all four years as Augusta University students.
From Nov. 11-17, Augusta University will work to reinforce and bring awareness to our shared commitment to fulfilling the USG mission to create a more educated Georgia with the highest ethical and professional standards.
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.
Susan Davies, associate vice chancellor for Student Affairs and Enrollment Services at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, has been appointed the new vice president for Enrollment and Student Affairs.