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Find information specific to you, including updates, resources, and frequently asked questions.

FOCUS

Staying Safe on Campus

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

 
 

Schedule a test

AU Health is offering drive-through and walk-in clinics for rapid COVID-19 testing

 
 
 

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.

 
 
 

Frequently Asked Questions

View FAQs for students, faculty and employees or submit your own questions.

 
 
 

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.

People at ballpark

Augusta University campus COVID-19 update: Oct. 18

Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, offers a weekly address to keep the campus community informed about COVID-19 news and updates.

Man speaking

Augusta University campus COVID-19 update: Oct. 11

Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, offers a weekly address to keep the campus community informed about COVID-19 news and updates.

Man sitting

Augusta University campus COVID-19 update: Oct. 4

Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, offers a weekly address to keep the campus community informed about COVID-19 news and updates.

FEMA worker

Augusta University alumnus works with FEMA to assist those in need

"At the end of the day the real work is done by helping people, real people, essentially on their worst day of their lives. It helps you understand what you are doing a little more when you can actually see the people you are affecting from day one.”