To assist in your efforts to represent and promote the university, we’ve created a list of resources available to you.

From downloadable style guides and brand toolkits, useful photography and videography elements, to assistance in promoting research and faculty to members of mass media. Your role as an Augusta communicator helps advance our reputation as a world-class research institution. To assist in your efforts to represent and promote the university brand, we’ve created a list of resources available to you. 

Post Event Coverage Template


Brand Style Guide & Templates

Instructional resource for creating visual and editorial assets in agreement with the Augusta University brand guidelines and templates.

Work Request

Our project request form gathers important details about your project so we can begin to create a solid product for you. And like any good plan, accurate details and specific goals make for a better final product.

Campus News & Media Relations

Jagwire is your source for news and stories from Augusta University and AU Health.

Digital Tools

Build and boost content for websites, social media, news and blogs, video applications, photography creation, royalty free music, and more. Explore the numerous options to become a DIY content creator.

Public Photography Gallery

Augusta University's Photography database. Download, share, and show the world what’s going on around campus. Build your content with our easy and free galleries!

Events Calendar

Post and publicize your events on the university calendar. With keyword tagging, we can also add custom calendar feeds to your unit's website.

Canva Graphic Design

Canva is a graphic design platform that allows users to create social media graphics, presentations, posters and other visual content. It is available on web and mobile, and integrates millions of images, fonts, templates and illustrations.

Trademark Usage & Compliance

The purpose of Augusta University Trademark Licensing Program is to positively promote the University’s and Health System’s image while protecting its trademark rights.