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Artist's rendering of the location of the New College of Science and Mathematics building on the Health Sciences Campus

Future College of Science and Mathematics building

Augusta University broke ground on the 124,518-square-foot College of Science and Mathematics building Aug. 23, 2019. The $70 million project is expected to open in summer 2021. The new facility will complete the quad at The Dental College of Georgia and J. Harold Harrison, M.D. Education Commons. and Jaguar Park student housing. The proximity of the buildings will give science and mathematics professors and students access to two 300-seat tiered auditoriums, a 150-seat tiered classroom, a 150-seat active learning classroom and a café.


CSM Inside CSM aerial top out Endscape lobby  


This website will provide information regarding progress on the design and construction of the building as well as the numerous plans for physically moving the college. The website currently includes answers to a number of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). Over time, additions to the website will include information graphics, a link to a web cam feed when construction begins, and more. Visitors to this website are encouraged to return periodically as further developments allow the inclusion of additional information.

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General Information

Design and Construction



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Construction projects to watch for on the Health Sciences Campus

Know where construction is happening on the Health Sciences Campus.

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JagNation’s Wendy Brown is managing construction of new College of Science and Mathematics

A closer look at Wendy Brown, a project manager in Planning, Design and Construction.

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Lot 72 at Beulah Grove will be designated contractor parking

Parking in Lot 72 will be for contractors only, beginning Aug. 3.

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Randall named ADA facilities specialist for Augusta University

Colette Randall is working to make the Augusta University campus more welcoming and accessible for everyone, regardless of their abilities.