Records maintains and controls access to the official employment files for faculty, staff, retirees, and non-paid affiliates of Augusta University. The goal of this section is to ensure that the hard copy and electronic personnel records are accurate, relevant, and comply with the University System of Georgia (USG) guidelines for personnel records.
An active employee may review his/her own employee file in the presence of a Records staff member. Department managers/supervisors may also have access to the information in the personnel file of their direct reports in the presence of a Records staff member. File reviews are by appointment and require a 24-hour advance notice. You may email your request to Anita Herrington/HR Records Coordinator at email@example.com or call 706-721-7900. An employee may request copies of the documents in their personnel file. There is no charge for the first 10 pages, but there will be a $0.25 fee for each additional page.
For Augusta University RNs that need verification of hours worked, please complete the Georgia Board of Nursing Continuing Competence-Evidence of Active Nursing Practice Form and scan your request form to AU_HR_RECORDS@augusta.edu or fax to 706-446-4801. Augusta University Records will provide you with the information within 2 business days.
For more information on Employment Verifications please click here.
The Legal Affairs Office serves as the University’s Custodian of Records for purposes of the Georgia Open Records Act. If you are requesting access to University records pursuant to the Georgia Open Records Act, please contact the Legal Affairs Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Georgia Open Records Act requires persons requesting access to documents to compensate the University for the reasonable and necessary cost of compiling, accessing, assembling, or copying records in response to a request.
If your office or department receives a request for access to records under the Georgia Open Records Act, please contact the Legal Affairs Office right away. Subpoenas and discovery requests are also deadline-driven. If your office receives a Subpoena or discovery request, please contact the Legal Affairs Office right away.