Skip to main contentBack to Top

Life-Changing, Life-Saving Education

Augusta awaits you

A comprehensive research university located in the storied city of Augusta, Georgia, Augusta University provides unprecedented opportunity for faculty and staff to further their passion for teaching, discovery, service, and clinical practice on four campuses in Augusta and branch campuses across the state.

Michael Katterjohn directing
Research faculty member

At Augusta University, faculty and staff work together to teach, conduct research, practice, and provide support to our students and patients across 8 colleges and 2 schools, at our 2 libraries, and in our world class medical center. Our colleges and schools include the nation’s eighth-largest medical school, the Medical College of Georgia, the state’s only dental school, The Dental College of Georgia, and the state-of-the art School of Computer and Cyber Sciences located in the Georgia Cyber Center. Additionally, opportunities to impart knowledge and application abound in the Hull College of Business; Katherine Reese Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences; the Colleges of Education, Science and Mathematics, Allied Health Sciences, and Nursing; and The Graduate School.

At Augusta, our faculty and staff have the unique opportunity to be part of an intimate campus experience with small-class sizes and a diverse community of learners, while retaining access to the rich resources of Georgia’s second-largest city, including live music and performances, unique food and cultural offerings, top-rated schools and more.

Augusta University’s primary campuses in Augusta are situated on the southern banks of the Savannah River. Serving as a halfway point between the Appalachian Mountains to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the south, Augusta is a thriving community built on a solid foundation of local pride and artistic eccentricity.

Need More Information?

Faculty Resources

Find answers to your questions or concerns by exploring these resources.


Faculty Directory

The Faculty Directory provides information about the individuals who comprise this community - active instructional and administrative faculty, emeritus faculty, & 2,000+ clinical/adjunct faculty.

Instructional Continuity

Instructional Continuity

Assist with class restructuring and make-up activities when normal academic activities are disrupted.


myAugusta Intranet

All of your web tools, applications and internal information are centralized on the intranet.



University and AU Health news published online daily and weekly by email.

Faculty Affairs

Faculty Affairs

Ensuring that faculty members have support for professional development.

Round table discussion

Employee Advisory Council

Facilitating communication among employees and the President.

Human Resources

Human Resources

Serving Augusta University faculty and staff, and AU Health.


Jobs & Careers

Employment opportunities for current employees and external applicants.

Faculty Senate

Faculty Senate

Helping faculty share in the operation and management of the university's shared governance.


Augusta's River Region

Learn more about Augusta and the surrounding area.





Explore Our Campus

While there is nothing quite like visiting in person, our virtual tour is designed to showcase the beauty, history, and innovative energy of Augusta University. Virtually, you can explore our Summerville and Health Sciences campuses in the comfort of your own home.

Learn More

Faculty & Staff News

Hull College sign

Hull College of Business offers project management exam prep course

The PMP is the world’s leading project management certification.

man gives presentation on stage in large auditorium

Augusta University celebrates new semester with Fall Kick-Off

“One of my earliest charges to our deans was for them to think of creative new programs that cross disciplines, that cross colleges, that might be attractive to our students,” said Provost Neil MacKinnon.


Augusta University’s Master of Public Administration program receives prestigious accreditation

“It takes a lot of work,” said Dr. Wesley Meares said. “Everybody really chipped in as we went through this process and worked extremely hard to receive this accreditation.”

man wearing backpack talks with two women while holding papers

Augusta University welcomes 213 new faculty to campus

“New Faculty Orientation is one of the most important things that we do for our faculty because we want to help them get off to a good start,” said Dr. Kathy Browder, associate provost for Faculty Affairs.