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.


Our Voice

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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Contact Us

Submit photos and videos to university and health system accounts.
New to Social? Request a consultation with our social team to learn more.

socialmedia@augusta.edu
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Here are the ways you can get #VaccinatedToSaveLives at Augusta University: - Student Health Services now offers the FDA-approved Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine by appointment to registered Augusta University students. Students can call 706-721-3448 to make an appointment. - Students can also receive their first or second dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at the one-day AU Health vaccine clinic from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 21 in the ballroom of the Jaguar Student Activities Center. Walk-ins or appointments are available. - Vaccines are available, upon availability, at the @aug_health Washington Square clinic location. Click the link in our bio for additional details and resources regarding the #covidvaccine.
"Augusta University is a huge part of Augusta and the surrounding communities; this is our home, and we must take pride in it by caring for our city and for each other. Day of Service shines light on one of our most important institutional values – compassion. We encourage our faculty, staff and students to be socially responsible by reaching out and lending a helping hand through various community service projects," President Brooks Keel. - Lend a Paw during Days of Service 2021 and help give back to the community. Your support makes a difference! Click the link in our bio to review available service projects and sign up to serve during Days of Service, taking place November 1-19, 2021. πŸΎπŸ’™ #AUGDayofService (photo was taken prior to the COVID-19 pandemic)
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Today and every day we honor those who lost their lives on this tragic day and the heroic actions of so many brave individuals. We will #neverforget. πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ - A special thank you to all who attended the 9/11 memorial ceremony with @augustagagovt and Augusta University at the Summerville campus, as well those who honored this day during the @tunnel2towers 5K.


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