As a student in the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences, your upper-division courses are held at the Georgia Cyber Center, providing you access to network and interact with partners in government, industry and academia. Additionally as a School of Computer and Cyber Sciences student, you have access to the resources available in various university departments such as the Academic Success Center and Career Services. These departments and others across campus are here to equip you for success during and beyond your college career!
There are special protocols in place for students who believe they've been exposed to COVID-19 and those feeling symptomatic. Visit the Welcome Back page for additional student resources to keep close as we navigate these special circumstances we're living in this semester.
During your enrollment at Augusta University, you have an academic advisor to guide you every step of the way from orientation to graduation. Markus Bacha and Wennie Squires are our Academic Program Coordinators for undergraduate students with 60 or more credit hours.
Be sure to contact your advisor each semester to confirm or update your graduation plan, discuss career goals, and resolve academic issues. They're always here to help you choose a path of success!
If you are showing any of these symptoms of COVID-19, follow this procedure. Do NOT
report to in-person classes.
Please stay tuned to the COVID-19 resources page for additional information.
The Augusta University Cyber Defense Team participated in its first competition in
2017 and placed in the top 8 of 24 teams qualifying SECCDC Regionals at Kennesaw State
University. Contact Franklin Perrin for more information.
Known as the first and only existing international honor society for computing and information disciplines, Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE) was founded at Texas A&M University in 1967. Augusta University chartered its chapter of UPE in October 2019 with seven charter members. Membership in UPE is limited to juniors and seniors who are in the top 35% of students in their major with at least a 3.3 GPA. For more information or questions about UPE, contact faculty advisors Dr. Gokila Dorai or Dr. Edward Tremel.
In addition to these student organizations, students have the opportunity to participate in various competitions such as the Collegiate Penetration Testing Competition and the Spring Phling Programming Competition, an introductory programming competition first held in the Spring 2021 semester.
Are you struggling in a specific class? The Academic Success Center (ASC) is home to a variety of free support services including tutoring, academic coaching, success workshops for Augusta University students. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all coaching and tutoring appointments will be held over Microsoft Teams. If you have any additional questions about the ASC, please email Dr. Lorraine Evans.
The School of Computer and Cyber Sciences works very closely with our Career Services department to ensure you're ready for the work force upon graduation from Augusta University. School of Computer and Cyber Sciences students have a designated Career Services consultant who is available to assist students with career assessments/planning as well as offering graduate and professional school guidance. Our Career Services department hosts events throughout the semester for students to prepare them for success after graduating from Augusta University.
Career Services will host a variety of events virtually and in-person for the Spring 2022 semester. Students can register for these events by contacting Career Services or visiting the events section of your Handshake profile.
February 10, 4-5 pm (virtual): Interviewing Tips for In-Person and Virtual: Learn tips and best practices for interviewing in-person and virtually. Attendees will get practice questions and learn about free interview practice resources.
February 16, 4-5 pm (virtual): Virtual Career Fair Best Practices: Maximize your participation in a virtual career fair with these best practices!
The Georgia Cyber Center, Augusta University's Riverfront Campus, officially opened on July 10, 2018. Phase One of the facility, the Hull McKnight Building, is the headquarters of the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences. All School of Computer and Cyber Sciences upper-division courses are held at the Hull McKnight Building. Here's what else you need to know as a student attending class at the Georgia Cyber Center.
What opportunities are available for you as a student of the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences, using this new facility? Here's what our faculty had to say: