The Academic Advisement Center will begin registering new freshmen and transfer students
beginning April 13, 2022.
New students admitted to Augusta University who are identified as freshman or sophomores
will receive their first semester's schedule from their Academic Advisor. Outlined
below is the process that new students will complete before receiving their first
Continuing Student Registration Dual Enrollment Student Registration
Below is the process that new students (0-59 credit hours and pre-admit students)
will complete prior to receiving their first semester schedule:
Apply for undergraduate admission to Augusta University.
Once accepted, access your application portal and complete your admissions requirements via the checklist process.
Complete the Online Welcome and sign up for New Student Orientation in your online application portal.
Ensure all holds, especially the Lawful Presence Verification (LP) hold, are addressed prior to registration. Students can satisfy the LP hold by submitting
proof of lawful presence (for example, a driver's liscence) to the Admissions Office.
Visit the holds information page for hold descriptions and how to resolve them.
Once signed up for orientation, you will have access to a New Jaguar Survey located in the application portal. This survey needs to be completed as soon as possible
because your Academic Advisor will create your schedule based on the information provided in the New Jaguar Survey and your transcripts.
Be as detailed as possible when completing your survey. If you have courses currently
in-progress and are planning to take courses during the summer at another institution,
your Academic Advisor needs to know the specific courses you plan to take so that you receive an accurate fall schedule.
Ensure that your most recent transcripts have been sent to the Augusta University
Office of Admissions.
Once your schedule has been created, your Academic Advisor will send a welcome email to your augusta.edu email confirming that your schedule is available for review.
Students will continue to work with their Academic Advisor to make adjustments to
their first semester schedule as necessary.