Augusta University students are passionate about their collegiate experience, and we want you to experience what life is like on campus. We offer campus tours year-round, and we offer special events several times a year.
Summerville Campus, Benet House
We welcome prospective undergraduate students and their families to join us on campus to explore the Augusta University community, including an opportunity to learn about the admissions process and university information from an Admissions Counselor and a walking tour of our Summerville and Health Sciences campuses.
Daily Campus Visits at Augusta University are offered throughout the year, Monday through Friday. Additionally, campus visits are available on select Saturdays each month during the academic year. These sessions a walking tour of our Summerville and Health Sciences campuses, including our freshman residence hall.
Augusta University offers group visits for high school-aged students on behalf of schools, academic programs or community organizations. Visits typically include walking tours of the historic Summerville and Health Sciences campuses along with a presentation from an Admissions Counselor.
While there is nothing quite like visiting in person, our virtual tour is designed to showcase the beauty, history, and innovative energy of Augusta University. Virtually, you can explore our Summerville and Health Sciences campuses in the comfort of your own home.
Register for virtual visits with an Augusta University admissions counselor to learn about the campus and university distinctives along with relevant admissions timelines and important deadlines every student should know.
Information Sessions are offered via Microsoft Teams at 11 am on Fridays.Session guests receive a presentation from an Admissions Counselor along with an informative Q & A period. We look forward to connecting with you!
Dual Enrollment Interest Meeting
Dual Enrollment Interest Meetings will introduce students to the opportunities available for them to take college level courses at Augusta University while they are still enrolled in high school. This session will explain the state of Georgia’s funding program, cover how to apply, and help students determine if Dual Enrollment is the right fit for them.
Professional Scholars Information Sessions provide interested high school dental and medical students with detailed information on Augusta University’s unique early assurance, accelerated Professional Scholars Programs (BS-MD and BS-DMD). Students will have the opportunity to learn about the two-part admissions process, understand what to expect once in the program, and hear from students currently enrolled in the program.
New sessions to be listed soon!
Transfer Information Sessions are for students who have completed any amount of coursework at other technical colleges, colleges, or universities and are exploring their options to continue their studies.
Students are able to take a first-hand, no-obligation look at their field of interest. Transfer sessions show all that Augusta University has to offer and will give you the opportunity to ask questions about programs that interest you! You will hear about admissions requirements, academic programs, and campus life.
Most importantly, you will see what is waiting for you in Augusta and how you can become a Jaguar and leave your mark at AU!
We create unique visit experiences on campus for prospective students - dual enrollment, transfer and incoming freshman undergraduates - designed to explore becoming an Augusta University Jaguar more deeply. Usually, these events enable guests to engage with more members of the campus community and aspects of student life at Augusta University.
See Augusta Preview Days are an opportunity for students and their families to come learn about AU through chatting with campus services and offices, attending breakout sessions, and taking campus tours. We offer two events per year. Our Fall See Augusta date was on Saturday October 29, and our Spring See Augusta date is on Saturday March 4. Registration for the Spring See Augusta Event is open!
Join other incoming transfer students for a day designed just for you. Get answers about your unique transition and learn more about your future academic programs.
Interested in learning more about your future academic college? Look for spotlight opportunities to come get an in-depth look at your new academic home.
School of Computer and Cyber Sciences
Friday February 10 from 12:00pm - 5:00pm
College of Allied Health Sciences
Monday March 20
Registration will open soon
College of Education and Human Development
Friday March 24
Registration will open soon
Physical Address: 1120 15th Street, Augusta, GA 30912
Parking is located in Lot 61 - Laney High School campus (near the football stadium).
The entrance is located on Blounts Avenue and Laney-Walker Blvd. It is first-come, first-served. If parking is unavailable in Lot 61, you may park in any other Medical College of Georgia parking lot on campus as long as the space is not reserved.
From I-20 Coming from Columbia:
Coming from Savannah or Statesboro
Physical Address: 830 Spellman Street, Augusta, GA 30912