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

Augusta University’s Campus Master Plan, released in 2016 as a guide to facilitate the growth and maturation of the institution, included the announcement of a vision to move the College of Science and Mathematics from the Summerville Campus to the Health Sciences Campus. This vision would necessitate the construction of a new building. The state’s FY2018 budget contained funds to plan the building, and the FY2019 budget, effective July 1, 2018, contained funds for construction of the building, which is currently expected to be completed sometime in 2021.

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.

If you have a question that has not yet been answered, please submit using our question submission form.

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Design and Construction

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Faculty/Staff

men with shovels at groundbreaking

Groundbreaking for College of Science and Mathematics construction set for Aug. 23

Officials will break ground on a new College of Science and Math building on the Health Sciences Campus in August.

photo from article Blue Route pickup to Summerville shifts to Laney-Walker

Blue Route pickup to Summerville shifts to Laney-Walker

Please note this important change in the Blue Route pickup location for shuttle riders going from the Health Sciences Campus to Summerville.

photo from article Feeling displaced by Lot 10 closure? Take these 3 steps

Feeling displaced by Lot 10 closure? Take these 3 steps

Follow these steps to help with parking lot closure.

photo from article Goss Lane vehicle access reduced May 13-31

Goss Lane vehicle access reduced May 13-31

A portion of Goss Lane will be one way until June 1 during sewer work.