Augusta University Professional and Community Education provides high quality life-long learning opportunities to individuals in the community, state, region, and nation.

The mission of the Division of Professional and Community Education (PaCE) is to provide high quality, non-traditional educational opportunities for learners seeking to grow professionally, personally, and culturally.

  • We extend the resources of Augusta University to promote lifelong learning.
  • We serve a diverse population by providing a variety of educational programs serving Georgians from early childhood through senior years.
  • Our activities reach people of all ages and walks of life.
  • We are responsive to the changing needs of the campus and the community.
  • Our programming is sound in educational content, is presented by qualified instructors, and promotes the mission of Augusta University on campus, throughout the State of Georgia, the Southeast, nationally, and internationally.

Are you a military spouse looking to change, advance or start your career? MyCAA might be the perfect fit for you. MyCAA, or Military Spouse Career Advancement Account, is a Department of Defense (DoD) initiative helping qualifying spouses pursue a career in a portable, in-demand field — the kind that won’t be derailed by relocations typical for military families like yours.

Contact Us

Professional and Community Education
Alumni Center, FI-1066
919 15th Street
Augusta, GA 30912


May 31st
This conference will provide a multi-disciplinary forum on Cardiac Surgery applicable to physicians, perfusionists, nurses, physician assistants, and respiratory therapists. 
Cardiovascular Perfusion Symsposium
Jun 4th
The Kids University program offers half-day or full-day academic enrichment programs designed for kids who have completed kindergarten through 8th grade. Many of the courses are written by Augusta University College of Education Faculty! 
Kids University
Jun 11th
Augusta University Theatre Camp is an exciting opportunity for students interested in building their acting skills, or even those looking to try something new. Students will be in two groups: those in 6th to 8th grades and those in 9th to 12th 
Theatre Camp
Jun 18th
This course will cover major advances and state-of-the-art reviews of the treatment of adults. 
Internal Medicine - Recent Advances