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Our mission is to recruit, develop, and empower students to be active leaders who are engaged, healthy, and culturally competent; to advocate for diversity, inclusion, and respect; and to inspire students to realize their educational goals and personal potential.

The vision of our departments is to create a transformative college experience from recruitment to graduation that fosters holistic growth, civic engagement, and courageous leadership in a dynamic global society.


Our Guiding Principles

Augusta University's Division of Enrollment and Student Affairs is guided by a few important principles.


Office of the Vice President for Enrollment and Student AffairsAbout Us


Executive Vice President for Enrollment and Student Affairs

Susan Davies, Ph.D., serves as Executive Vice President for Enrollment and Student Affairs at Augusta University.  Her love and advocacy for student success began in college as an orientation leader, which led to pursuing avenues to serve professionally in higher education. Now, as VP, she brings more than 25 years of experience, providing overall leadership and management of the Division’s 19 departments.  Her vision and decision-making are rooted in the belief that students are our #1 priority.

A leader and ally among students and her peers, Dr. Davies was the project leader - both in the creation and launch - of Augusta University’s 2022-2027 Strategic Enrollment Management Plan. The SEM Plan connects recruitment with student success and retention, focusing on goals and strategies that position AU for future enrollment growth.

Prior to Augusta University, she was Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Enrollment Services at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC), Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management at Appalachian State University, and Director of Admissions at Georgia Southern University. She earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Georgia Southern University, a master’s degree in college student development from Bowling Green State University, and a doctorate in educational studies from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. 

In addition, she is a member of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, the Southern Association for College Student Affairs, and the American Association of Collegiate Registrar and Admissions Officers. She served as a faculty member for the SACSA and NASPA Region III’s Mid-Managers Institute in 2019 and 2022. She served as the 2022-2023 chair of the USG Regents Administrative Committee on Enrollment Management.

Dr. Susan Davies has been married to Dr. Nigel Davies for 22 years, and they have two dogs. They enjoy traveling and all things outdoors – growing their small farm, camping, hiking, kayaking, and boating.

Associate Vice Presidents

Scott Wallace

Scott T. Wallace, Ph.D.

Associate Vice President and Dean of Students



Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management

Stanley Singleton

Stanley Singleton, Ph.D.

Associate Vice President for Student Success

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Colin Stewart, Ph.D.

Associate Vice President for Student Affairs

Garret Green

Garrett Green, Ph.D.

Associate Vice President for Access, Success, and Belonging


Office of the Vice President

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Jessica Cooley

Director, Business Operations

Pattiann M Taylor

Pattiann M. Taylor

Assistant to the Executive Vice President, Enrollment and Student Affairs

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Kayleigh Brown

Digital Specialist

Communications Strategist

Jamison Guice

Communications Strategist

Administrative Assistant III

Gennie Verbeck

Administrative Assistant III


Contact Us

Enrollment & Student Affairs

Summerville Campus

Bellevue Hall

Suite 101



Academic Admissions

Undergraduate Admissions


The Office of Undergraduate Admissions works directly with prospective students in guiding them to find the perfect program to help them achieve their goals and aspirations. We aim to create a seamless journey into Augusta University. Responsibilities include handling the entirety of undergraduate admissions through student search, on and off campus events, and informational sessions.

Financial Aid

Financial Aid


Financial Aid works to offer scholarships, grants and other forms of aid to current and incoming students. Financial Aid facilitates the federal work study program and offers loan education (and other financial awareness programming) to students and the campus community.

Graduate Admissions Operations

Graduate Admissions Operations


The Office of Graduate Admissions Operations works with prospective graduate students to provide a clear, efficient, and timely processes necessary to be considered for admission to AU’s graduate programs. Our goal is to assist prospective students to gain admission to their desired program in a streamlined process and provide support for graduate programs faculty and staff in the admissions process.

Student Life and Engagement

Student Life and Engagement


The Office of Student Life and Engagement (SLE) supports close to 300 student organizations and advises the Jaguar Production Crew, the Student Government Association (SGA), and more. This office fosters student leadership and creates a vibrant campus life through student-centered programming.

Multicultural Student Engagement

Multicultural Student Engagement


The Department of Multicultural Student Engagement (MSE) aims to provide education, training, and programming to foster belonging in the Augusta University community. The office collaborates with departments, colleges, and student organizations to promote our Augusta University value of inclusivity.

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Maxwell Theatre


The Grover C. Maxwell Performing Arts Theatre is the cultural heart of the Augusta University campus, and hosts countless performances throughout the year for students, faculty, staff and community members to enjoy. As the largest venue and front door to the Summerville Campus, it supports recruitment activities and student events.

The Office of the Dean of Students

The Office of the Dean of Students 


The Office of the Dean of Students is committed to supporting and advocating for students in need by providing resources, guidance, and intervention pathways.

Student Counseling and Psychological Services

Student Counseling and Psychological Services


Student Counseling and Psychological Services (SCAPS) provides walk-in crisis services and a range of prevention and outreach programming to our students. SCAPS also offers consultations and individual, couples, and group therapy.


Campus Recreation

Campus Recreation


Campus Recreation provides opportunities for Augusta University students, faculty and staff to participate in physical activities like personal training, intramural and club sports, group and instructional fitness classes and outdoor adventures.

Testing and Disability Services

Testing and Disability Services


The Office of Testing and Disability Services (TDS) helps ensure an accessible and positive college experience for students with disabilities. TDS offers a variety of testing services for students and non-student visitors to the testing center including: career certifications, test proctoring, and administration of assessments for academic admissions.

Student Health Services

Student Health Services


The mission of Student Health Services is to provide quality health care and preventive services to AU students. AU’s Student Health Clinic offers a variety of services and sponsors several health awareness programs throughout the year.


Housing and Residence Life

Housing and Residence Life 


Housing and Residence Life strives to create a transformational on-campus experience for our students who live on campus. Dedicated housing staff work to provide residents with intellectual, social, cultural and recreational experiences.

Student Wellness

Student Wellness


Student Wellness Programs (SWP) is established to help students work toward a longer, healthier, and happier life by finding balance in all the factors that contribute to students’ overall wellness. SWP works together with several campus and community partners to provide AU students with a variety programs, services, and resources to promote student success, resilience, engagement, and well-being.

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New Student and Family Transitions


The Office of New Student and Family Transitions helps new Jaguars adjust to life at Augusta University. The office facilitates the Jaguar Nation Orientation & Welcome programs for new undergraduates, manages the Parent and Family Association, and hosts retention programming throughout the year.



Academic Advising

Academic Advisement


The Academic Advisement Center assists students with understanding the university’s core curriculum, navigating an intended degree program, next term advisement, course registration, and locating campus support services.

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Career Services


Career Services envisions a future where every Jag graduates with the skills, experience, professional connections, and academic knowledge to pursue careers that lead to personal fulfillment, financial wellness, positive contributions to workplaces and communities, and continued engagement with the AU family.


Testing and Disability Services

Academic Success Center


The Center for Learning and Academic Success (CLAS) enables all students to reach their highest academic potential through innovative ASII courses, course-based academic support, and student-centered educational strategies.

Military and Veteran Services

Military and Veteran Services


The Office of Military and Veteran Services is committed to making the transition from military to university easier for service members and their families. This office processes military benefits, engages the student veteran community, and manages the Augusta University site at Fort Eisenhower.


Health Professions Outreach.

Health Professions Outreach


Health Professions Outreach (HPO) guides undergraduate students through the application process for graduate programs in the health profession. Whether students know their desired graduate studies pathway or are unclear and need direction, HPO gladly provides instruction; offers relevant experiences that make students more competitive applicants; and empowers them to finish well.

News and Events

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Lt. Col. Joseph Huitt’s winding path to AU began in the Army

‘Don’t be afraid to try different things. Don’t be afraid to fail. Keep looking for opportunities,’” said Lt. Col. Joseph Huitt.

Medical Illustration students

Helping medical illustration students ‘make science come to life’

"I really value the connection with the other faculty and that peer/mentorship in teaching in medical illustration."

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Digital and visual storytelling senior wins Award of Excellence for video

“It is so cool to see something that I didn't think I could make a career out of, be something that I'm very passionate in now. It’s my future.”

man painting mural

‘Whatever it takes to inspire people to be creative’

Dozens of local artists, including several with ties to Augusta University, participated in the 5th Street Mural Project, sponsored by the Greater Augusta Arts Council.


Giving is fundamental to ensuring our students and university community get the resources they need to thrive.

Open Paws Food Pantry Fund

Help feed the students of Augusta University who are in need. End hunger and malnutrition of college students across our campus.
Fund ID 297270

Student Emergency Fund

Provides limited financial assistance to enrolled students facing hardship related to an emergency
Fund ID 297000

Dean of Students Discretionary Fund

Supports division events for staff including award ceremonies, leadership workshops, homecoming events, and other professional development activities
Fund ID 297220

For a complete list of funds, visit the “Make a Gift” site and sort by fund name or fund area.  Search the term “Enrollment & Student Affairs” to see all the funds that support our division.

Learn more about how giving impacts our university.