The Augusta University homepage has a new look!
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 Information Technology , 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 augusta.edu 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 augusta.edu.
Here is a list of things that we get asked about the most.
my.Augusta is an internal management system to communicate information and resources to students, faculty, staff, and healthcare providers.
A web-based tool available to web publishers that reports website quality assurance issues such as broken links, misspellings and accessibility issues.
Together, IT 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.
Using focus groups, research, and analytics to provide a user-centric experience that is a balance of best practices and better design.
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.
“A comprehensive and ongoing policy process is a critical component of creating and supporting a culture of ethics and integrity, which reflects our mission and values,” said Chris Melcher, vice president and general counsel for Augusta University.
On Monday, June 15, PAWS SharePoint platform will be officially decommissioned and replaced with Augusta University's new OUCampus intranet platform MyAugusta.