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Absence Request Form

This form is to be used to request Annual or Sick Leave for individuals who report directly to the Provost.

Service of Alcoholic Beverages Form

University policy requires permission to be granted when there is a request to serve alcohol beverages on University owned or controlled property.

Outside Professional Activities

Human Resources provides links to the policy, form and instructions for documenting outside professional activity by faculty or administrators.

Quick Links

Resources that are often needed and referenced by our academic community.

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News & Events

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‘They stepped up and embraced that moment’: Augusta University women’s golf program positioned for success after NCAA journey

“I think this group is going to come in a lot more seasoned and a lot more comfortable in their skin as college golfers.”

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Augusta University researcher secures prestigious grant for research to prevent blindness in premature infants

Retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) is among the most common illnesses that affect premature or low birth-weight infants and is a major cause of long-term vision impairment and blindness.

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First year of ‘Creating a Legacy’ shows plenty of promise

“When we announced Creating a Legacy Like No Other, we understood the scope of the lofty goals we placed upon ourselves, but we truly believe that Augusta University is a one-of-a-kind institution for student success, research and community engagement,” said Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD.

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Augusta University, Georgia Cancer Center install sunscreen dispensers to promote Sun Smart, Skin Safe program

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, with 1 in 5 people diagnosed in their lifetime. With new cases of skin cancer climbing, members of Augusta University’s Well-Being program, along with the Georgia Cancer Center, are taking action to protect students, employees and the public from a future skin cancer diagnosis by installing sunscreen dispensers across all Augusta University campuses in Augusta’s River Region.