With locations throughout Augusta and at satellite campuses in Athens, Albany, Rome
and Savannah, the university’s nine colleges and schools have a truly statewide impact
Home to the Medical College of Georgia, the nation’s ninth-largest and 13th-oldest medical school, the university’s Health
Sciences Campus is at the forefront of health care innovation. Located in beautiful
downtown Augusta and housing the state’s largest College of Nursing, the comprehensive College of Allied Health Sciences, The Graduate School and the state’s only dental school, The Dental College of Georgia, the Health Sciences Campus is also home to the state’s only public academic medical
Built in and around a former United States arsenal, the historic Summerville Campus
is home to the university’s liberal arts curriculum. In the shade of ancient trees,
professors from the Katherine Reese Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; the nationally ranked James M. Hull College of Business; the College of Education; and the College of Science and Mathematics prepare students for a lifetime of critical thinking, creativity and entrepreneurial
Opened in 1991, Christenberry Fieldhouse houses 11 of the Augusta Jaguars’ 13 competition
sports. In addition to housing all administrative and support staff for the Augusta University Department of Athletics, CFH also houses the College of Education’s Kinesiology and Health Science Department. The Forest Hills Campus, on which CFH is located, also houses a full-size golf course,
baseball, softball and soccer fields and serves as the home of the Jaguars’ nationally
recognized NCAA Division I golf team.
Our campus libraries, the Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library on the Health Sciences Campus and the Reese Library on the Summerville Campus, provide comprehensive information resources and services
in support of the teaching, discovery, and clinical care mission of our student-centered
research university and academic medical center.