The Augusta University web presence is one of the most valuable assets we have. It showcases the entirety of our campus and as a result – our brand. Every website adds to the audience perception of the university.

Web Services, part of the Division of Communications and Marketing (DCM), is the primary developer of all official Augusta University websites. We design and develop web accessible, standards-compliant websites that follow university web and brand standards.

Our experienced development team provides full-service web development for your college or department, from simple setup and hand off to the creation of custom applications. We also provide training to web publishers housed in departments or units campus wide.

We maintain the site at the top level, setting direction, governance, and strategy for all the sites in the domain. Colleges, schools, departments, programs, and centers are responsible for maintaining their respective websites within

Contact Us

Division of Communications & Marketing: Web Services
Health Sciences Campus
Professional Building 1
1120 15th Street
Augusta, GA 30912

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(706) 721-7406 

How can we help you?

We offer training and provide access to a variety of applications that can help you improve and optimize your web presence.

OU Campus

OU Campus is the content management system used for the university website & the intranet. Web Services provides training, oversight & assistance.


my.Augusta is an internal management system to communicate information and resources to students, faculty, staff, and healthcare providers.

Blogs and Newsletters

Communicate with stakeholders via email newsletters or use Campus Insider to write blogs posts that power news feeds on your unit's website.

Surveys and Forms

Wufoo, our web-based form builder, assists with gathering information from site visitors. Responses can be sent via email or tallied in custom reports.

Site Improve

A web-based tool available to web publishers that reports website quality assurance issues such as broken links, misspellings and accessibility issues.


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


A centralized photography database that provides access to campus imagery for use on departmental websites and communications.

Core Focus Areas

Together, DCM and Web Services drive the integrated and centralized web strategy for Augusta University. Web services collaborates with campus units to build and maintain a modern web presence that maximizes user experience and effectively tells the University's story.


Our brand is our reputation. Our websites are designed to engage our audiences with a cohesive message about who we are and what we represent.


We are committed to making our web presence accessible and inclusive. Our websites comply with federal requirements for accessibility and uses WCAG 2.0 (Level AA) as its web accessibility standard.


Outlining the management and governance of the people, policies, procedures, standards, and guidelines that govern the creation and maintenance of our official websites.

Data Driven Design

Using focus groups, research, and analytics to provide a user-centric experience that is a balance of best practices and better design.

Strategic integration

A shared ecosystem of single-source content to ensure consistent messaging through out the website and other applications.


Using industry standards and research to provide an effective, efficient, and satisfactory website experience for all of our web audiences.

DCM News

Engel named interim vice president for Division of Communications and Marketing

Christen Engel, senior associate vice president of communications, has been named interim vice president of the Division of Communications and Marketing effective Oct. 1.

In the Wild, podcast for Augusta University, set to premiere in March

The Division of Communications and Marketing is launching a podcast this spring. In the Wild is the first podcast from the university to discuss campus news and events, including interviews with members of the university community.

DCM going downtown, Advancement to move into Professional Building 1

After DCM moves to Broad Street, Advancement will adopt a new name and new location.

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