Title IX

The Title IX Office is committed to supporting the Augusta University community by connecting them to the vast network of support resources available both on and off campus.  

We've complied a list of confidential, support and/or reporting resources along with their contact information.

If you have any questions, please feel free to each out to us by phone or by emailing the Title IX Coordinator. 

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Contact Us

Title IX Sexual Misconduct

Health Sciences Campus

Annex I

RM 3000Q

Julie Kneuker

706-721-5144

jkneuker@augusta.edu

title_ix@augusta.edu

Monday-Friday- 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

File a Report Online

For emergencies, please call 706-721-2911

Campus Resources

If you’ve been the victim of sexual assault or misconduct, please make a report the university Title IX coordinator. The Title IX website offers information about the university’s sexual misconduct prevention and education efforts, as well as campus resources. No police required.

Seek Support File Report

706-721-5144
Health Sciences Campus

The men and women of the AU Police Department are dedicated to service excellence through partnerships that reduce crime and create a safe community environment. 24/7 Support. 

Seek Support File Report

706-721-2911
Health Sciences Campus

Assist students with a variety of personal, developmental, and mental health concerns through consultation and therapy.

Seek Support Confidential

706-737-1471
Health Sciences Campus

Provides quality health and preventive services to AU students. Through these services, Student Health aims to assist each student in maintaining their maximum physical and emotional health.

Seek Support Confidential

706-721-3448
Health Sciences Campus

The Dean of Students Office is integral to the college experience, and provides opportunities for student growth both inside and outside of the classroom - ultimately fostering a holistic college experience.

Seek Support File Report

706-737-1411
Summerville Campus

The Medical College of Georgia provides an on-campus assessment and counseling program for employees, faculty, house staff, graduate students and for the immediate members of their family. The program is confidential for clinical information of those who attend.

Seek Support Confidential

706-721-2599

ODI works to foster an environment that celebrates diversity and inclusion equitable access to opportunity while promoting cultural humility/responsiveness in which all backgrounds and cultures are valued. 

Seek Support File Report

706-721-9265
Health Sciences Campus

RAVE Guardian is a FREE Smartphone-based security application that allows users to call 911, call Augusta University Police, set up a timed virtual escort, notify specific people about their status and location, and text Augusta University Police about security threats or other problems.

Seek Support File Report

706-737-1469

External Resources

Georgia Crisis & Access Line

1-800-715-4225

Rape Crisis

(706) 724-5200

Safe Homes of Augusta

(706) 736-2499 / 1-800-799-SAFE

Richmond County Sheriff’s Office

(706) 821-1000