EMS, Augusta University's Event Management System, allows users to request and view facilities and audiovisual services for events on Health Sciences and Summerville campuses. The spaces available include academic classrooms, computer labs, conference rooms, and other special events space.
Please log into EMS. If you have any issues with Virtual EMS or logging in, please contact the Office of Classroom and Event Scheduling at . The Office of Classroom and Event Scheduling team will also be happy to assist you for a quick walk-through of some of the equipment and services offered.
Who can book space? Per enterprise policy, faculty, staff, and student organization leadership can reserve enterprise space. Some spaces can be booked by external entities at a cost. If you have any questions regarding your ability to schedule space, please contact the Office of Classroom and Event Scheduling, 706.721.0902. For after-hour audio visual assistance contact the IT help desk, 706-721-4000.
Can I view space and availability prior to booking it? To view detailed facility and room information, please use Browse Menu > Browse Locations. If you have questions, please contact the Office of Classroom and Event Scheduling.
What audiovisual equipment and services are offered?
Although not all rooms support all features, a small subset of current offers include: *While supplies last*
Information Technology Services has multiple rooms on campus with instructional technology installed as a permanent fixture. This equipment should not be used without prior permission. Finding an empty room and conducting an ad hoc meeting or class is prohibited and potentially disruptive to groups that may have classes or events scheduled in the room.
Requests for support that are made with less than twenty-four hours’ notice (excluding weekends and holidays) will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Short notice requests will be fit into the schedule, as workload permits, with priority given to previously scheduled classes and events.
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