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Staying Safe on Campus

Safety guidelines, information, and updates related to COVID-19.

 
 

Schedule a test

You can order a free at-home COVID-19 test at https://www.covidtests.gov/.

 
 
 

Sick, exposed or positive?

Follow these guidelines for illness, COVID-19 exposure and reporting a positive test.

 
 
 

COVID-19 Statistics

Notifications of confirmed cases of Covid-19 on campus.

 
 
 

Employee Event Protocol

 
 

 
 
 

Vaccine Information

As available, based on federal and state criteria for phases of vaccination.

 
 
 

Printable Resources

Materials for print developed to support COVID-19 recommendations.

 
 

WATCH

President Keel's update

President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, gives updates on COVID-19 at Augusta University. For more updates, follow @AUG_Jagwire

COVID-19 Playlist

On the Frontlines

COVID-19 News

We’re helping people adjust to and cope with a new reality. We’re supporting our students, faculty, and staff through this challenging time. And our researchers are helping save lives and protect healthcare workers — both in Augusta and across the nation — in a variety of ways.

Woman processing saliva test

Here’s how Augusta University students and employees can get tested for COVID-19

Augusta University encourages both its students and employees to seek COVID-19 testing when needed.

President of Augusta University

Augusta University to host town hall Jan. 18

Listeners are encouraged to email their questions in advance.

students talking

Spring campus safety guidelines include updated quarantine period

As we begin the new semester, Augusta University remains vigilant in keeping our campus safe amid COVID-19.

people standing around a mannequin and medical equipment, on a video call

Simulation center helps medical faculty train health workers around the world

“That’s the beauty of the simulation center. We have a mannequin, and then one of us can become the hands of those participants," said Dr. Vikas Kumar.