Social media allows individuals to create and participate in online communities. These
communities grant opportunities for individuals to share information, ideas, stories,
and engaging content such as photos and videos.
As an institution, Augusta University understands that social media plays a large
role in the lives of our students, alumni, faculty and staff. Our institutional values encourage members of the Augusta University family to interact with one another across
platforms. Social media platforms are easy-access, low-cost, large-audience communication
tools, that we as a university use to enrich our environment and further discovery.
Fun, witty, youthful, enthusiastic, and authentic.
In six words, it's who we are.
We are achievement-oriented but never boastful. We are friendly and open-minded. We
are smart but not arrogant. We have a sense of humor and use it tactfully. We communicate
our messages with a positive attitude. We are genuine, honest and transparent with
the information we share. We love learning about our community, their opinions and
experiences. We ask questions and aren't afraid of feedback. We are unique. We vary
our voice and tone to each audience with our values in mind.
The Division of Communications and Marketing manages accounts affiliated with Augusta University, Augusta University Health, the
Augusta University Alumni Association and the Children's Hospital of Georgia.
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Jaguars, COVID-19 vaccinations and lowered case numbers are providing a light at the end of the tunnel as we look for the pandemic’s end, but we’re not quite there yet. Please remember to keep Jaguar Nation safe and healthy by masking up and following campus COVID-19 guidelines. For more information, click the link in our bio. #JaguarsMaskUp
When you give during Augusta Gives on April 21, you can help make a difference for students JUST like Zola (pictured at Match Day 2021)! ⬇️ Click the link in our bio or visit augustagives.com for more information. #AugustaGives
"I received the Drs. Frank Rumph and John T. Harper Diversity in Medicine Scholarship in 2017 when I first started medical school. I am now a fourth-year student at the Medical College of Georgia (MCG). I continue to be honored to have received this award, and I am thankful for the support I am receiving through this scholarship. It served as a reminder that I have been accepted into a legacy that comes with the support and encouragement of those who have come before me. This award has not only provided me with financial support, but also a level of reassurance and drive to persevere through the inevitable academic, social and emotional hardships that come with medical school. Over the years, I have had the opportunity to work as a SEEP program assistant, coordinated a number of conferences, worked in student-run clinics, worked as a tutor, been able to volunteer with and fundraiser for community projects, and I have continued to function as a mentor for both past SEEP students and my junior colleagues in medical school. It is my hope that this scholarship will continue to support students like myself. Students who just need a little bit of support, a little bit of hope, and a little bit of encouragement to reach their full potential."
- Zola Francis
We are proud to continue with our campus COVID-19 vaccine efforts to help keep Jaguar Nation safe and healthy. Thank you to our health care students, faculty, staff, leadership and our incredible team at @aug_health for making this possible!
For more information about the COVID-19 vaccine or to make an available appointment, check the link in our bio!
Attention Jaguars! Augusta University is offering another on-campus vaccine clinic from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 13 in the JSAC Ballroom. Appointments are required and are scheduled in 15-minute slots. Register online at the link in our bio! #VaccinatedtoSaveLives. 💙