The Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) centralizes Augusta University initiatives to create a diverse and inclusive environment.

ODI helps units campuswide foster practices that optimize the contributions of groups and individuals by supporting the engagement and development of all faculty, staff, students and patients.

ODI also oversees "Healthy Perspectives," Augusta University's plan dedicated to improving the cultural competence of Augusta University students and employees.


Contact Us

   Kelly Admin Building, AA-2028
Health Sciences Campus
   1120 15th Street
Augusta, GA 30912


Upcoming Events


Safe Zone programs are part of a national initiative dedicated to training faculty, staff, students and support services at colleges and universities in an effort to create safe and inclusive environments for individuals of all sexual and gender identities.

Safe Zone Training

LGBTQ+ folks sometimes question whether they will feel safe, welcomed, or supported in a new environment. Displaying “Safe Zone” stickers can help organizations communicate to others a commitment to creating LGBTQ+-inclusive environments.


Diversity & Inclusion January Grand Rounds

Dr. Brandy Thomas Wells will be presenting "Hidden Figures: A History of African American Women & the State Department" during the January session of the Diversity & Inclusion Grand Rounds lecture series. 



Black History Month Events 

Events planned include screenings of the film The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, meet-and-greets with the author and Lacks family, and African American Read-In Day.  


Augusta University wins HEED awards

HEED awardsCongratulations to Augusta University, winner of the 2017 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award and the 2017 Health Professions HEED Award. The HEED Award recognizes colleges and universities that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion. 



Augusta University Demographics

Student Population: 8,532

  • Female 61.5
  • Male 38.5

Racial Diversity Percentages

  • White 61.6
  • Black/African American  20.4
  • Asian 7.4
  • Hispanic/Latino 6.2
  • Other 4.4