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Educating Those Who Serve

Augusta University serves our veterans, active-duty military, and their families with education for life.

Serving those who serve, our commitment as a military friendly university allows you to maximize your military education benefits. We believe our military service members and veterans deserve the opportunity to earn an education that builds on their experience and prepares them for the next step in their careers and their lives.

Augusta University not only offers military and veteran students a broad range of quality academic degrees, programs and certificates, but also the opportunity to build the life they've always dreamed of while focusing on the unique needs and challenges of today's military community.


Military Student Resources

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Military & Veteran Services

Learn how your military benefits can support an affordable education and gain access to many perks including priority registration, mentorships, a Military Resource Center, and much more.

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Articulation Agreements

Apply your training and experience to achieve your career goals.

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Join the Jaguar Battalion, enhance your leadership skills and start your journey to become an Army Officer.

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Workforce Development

The military community contributes so much to the CSRA by filling employment needs and supporting our growing economy.

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Do more at the Georgia Cyber Center! Attend workshops, earn certifications, and gain training to secure our digital landscape.

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Troops for Teachers Program

Troops to Teachers assist service members and veterans’ transition to a teaching career in K-12 public education. Take the first step to begin this life-changing mission.




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AU at Ft. Gordon

Discover educational opportunities and take classes on base for all military affiliated people including active duty, families, veterans and Department of Defense civilians and GS workers.

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Georgia Cyber Center

We are here to lead a revolution in cybersecurity through unprecedented collaboration and innovation.

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CAE Designation

Providing high-engagement, state-of-the-art technology education and research across computer science, information technology and cybersecurity disciplines.

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Partner With Us

The Georgia Cyber Center is a collaborative space where we work with our partners to solve our most vital problems. Contact us to discuss partnerships on research, grant, and academic opportunities.


Georgia Cyber Center Advantage

The Georgia Cyber Center is a unique public/private collaboration among academia, state, federal and local government, law enforcement, the U.S. Army and the private sector.

There are opportunities to engage with the Georgia Cyber Center and its resident partners whether you are an Augusta University student, veteran, active duty military, or military spouse.

Simply getting a cup of coffee in the Hull McKnight Building opens the doors to collide with international defense contractors at Fort Gordon, a swat team of nerds from the Pentagon, entrepreneurs working in a collaborative workspace, small business owners, and students from Augusta University and Augusta Technical College. That is the advantage of being at the Georgia Cyber Center – the opportunities for collisions.

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The Classroom & Beyond

Knowledge based on experience — Augusta University's approach to learning sets you up for success with expert faculty, personalized advising and comprehensive curriculum.

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‘Choose a harder right instead of an easier wrong’: Retired Col. Gary Steele speaks on being a trailblazer at US Military Academy

“After I graduated, when we started having more African American cadets in and playing football, I realized that wow, maybe there was some significance to it," said retired Col. Gary Steele.

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What’s happening at Augusta University? Sept. 26-Oct. 2

This week: Miss and Mr. Augusta University will be crowned, researchers look at how income levels impact the health of cancer survivors and the new ROTC leader looks to build on the current program.

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New ROTC leader looks to continue program’s momentum 

“We’re taking that foundation and going to the next level in terms of cadet involvement in the community, retention, and growing the program in terms of the number of cadets we commission.”

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In photos: 9/11 ceremony at Augusta University

The city of Augusta and Augusta University held a ceremony on Sept. 10 to commemorate the 9/11 attacks.