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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 13 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.

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Office of the Vice President for Enrollment and Student AffairsAbout Us

SUSAN DAVIES, PhD

Vice President for Enrollment and Student Affairs

Dr. Susan Davies serves as Vice President for Enrollment and Student Affairs at Augusta University. In this role she provides leadership and supervision to thirteen departments that support the student experience on campus. She earned her B.A. in English from Georgia Southern University, her M.A. in College Student Development at Bowling Green State University, and her Ph.D. in Educational Studies from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Prior to Augusta University, she served as 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 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 was selected to serve as a faculty member for the SACSA and NASPA Region III’s Mid-Managers Institute for 2019 and 2020.


Patrice Jackson

Patrice Jackson, Ed.D.

Assistant Vice PreSident For Student Affairs

Scott Wallace

Scott T. Wallace, Ph.D.

ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT AND DEAN OF STUDENTS

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ASSociate VICE PRESIDENT for Enrollment Management

Leza Witherington

Leza Witherington

Administrative Assistant II

Kimberly Mims

Kimberly Mims

Business Manager II

Zia Dean

Zia Dean

Coordinator Special Programs

Contact Us

Enrollment & Student Affairs

Summerville Campus

Bellevue Hall

Suite 101

706-737-1411

Departments


Academic Admissions

Academic Admissions

The Office of Academic Admissions is crucial to the mission of the university. This department handles the entirety of undergraduate admissions, processes applications for graduate studies, organizes campus events, and recruits Jaguar talent from across the globe.

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.

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 and manages the Augusta University site at Fort Gordon.

Student Life and Engagement

The Office of Student Life and Engagement supports over 170 student organizations and advises the Jaguar Production Crew, the Student Government Association, and more. This office fosters student leadership and creates a vibrant campus life through exciting, student-centered programming.

Multicultural Student Engagement

The Office of Multicultural Student Engagement is devoted to educating AU’s student body on the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion. The office hosts programming throughout the year on differences in gender, religion, ethnicity, sexuality and more.

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.

Dean of Students 

The Dean of Students Office, led by Dr. Scott Wallace, is all about fostering (and advocating for) the holistic wellbeing of our students. This office works to ensure that students are the top priority at Augusta University.

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.

Student Support and Advocacy

The number one priority of AU Student Support and Advocacy is supporting students who are struggling or at-risk. This Office leads the CARE Team and supervises both the “Open Paws” Food Pantry and the Jags Care initiative.

Testing and Disability Services

The Office of Testing and Disability Services administers a variety of assessments and certifications to the campus community, and arranges both physical and academic accommodations for AU students who need them.

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.

Housing and Residence Life 

Housing and Residence Life strives to create a transformational on-campus experience for our 1,200 student residents. Dedicated housing staff works to provide residents with intellectual, social, cultural and recreational experiences.

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.

News and Events

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Nursing student receives national scholarship

An Augusta University College of Nursing student is Georgia’s recipient of a new American Association of Colleges of Nursing scholarship. Natalia Herrington, who is pursuing a bachelor of science in nursing with an anticipated graduation date of spring 2021, has been awarded $500 to help continue her studies. The scholarship was created by the Foundation […]

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Augusta University professor looks at gender’s role in 2020 election in new book

In her recent book, "Gender Differences in Public Opinion: Values and Political Consequences," Dr. Mary-Kate Lizotte offers an insightful study into how men and women vary in their policy positions and political attitudes.

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Admissions introduces creative strategies, support services in digital environment

“I couldn’t be more proud of my team for the work they’re doing to engage our prospective students and families from a distance," said Jacqueline Duca, director of Academic Admissions.

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New student orientation adapts to virtual experience this summer

Augusta University’s orientation has transitioned from an in-person program to a hybrid experience, with the first piece of orientation taking place virtually over the summer, and the in-person piece occurring in August when students return to campus.


Give

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.