Student organizations exist to support the overall objectives of Augusta University. Student organizations offer the individual students an opportunity to broaden the academic environment. Skills and experience obtained through membership in student organizations serve as a valuable supplement to the formal curriculum. Studies confirm that students benefit greatly from being involved in a campus organization; an active, involved student is a successful student.
Through participating in activities and clubs, students can complement the classroom curriculum with out-of-class related experiences, form relationships with other students with similar interests, develop mentor relationships with faculty and staff, and utilize life skills such as decision making, planning, critical thinking, and more. Student organizations help create a sense of community and spirit on campus. Broaden your horizons in ways you could never imagine - get involved!
Anyone interested in starting an organization can get the necessary help to do so at the office of Student Life & Engagement in the Jaguar Student Activities Center.
Student Leader of the Year:
Student Organization of the Year:
Student National Medical Association
John C. Groves Award:
President of the Year:
Kathryn DelGenio, Lambda Alliance
New Student Organization of the Year:
She's the First
Unsung Hero Award:
Jocelyn Johnson, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Outstanding Organization Volunteer and Service Award:
C.O.P.E. with Cancer
Advisor of the Year:
Alejandra Miles, Student Veterans Association
Program of the Year:
"Reflections of the Minority Experience," hosted by the Student National Medical Association
Emerging Leader Award:
Most Spirited Organization Award:
Zeta Tau Alpha
Faculty or Staff of the Year:
Carolyn Zoerb, Office of Student Life and Engagement
For additional information or questions, please contact us here.