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Staying Safe on Campus

As the COVID-19 pandemic transitions and public health conditions and treatments improve, Augusta University will begin treating COVID-19 like any other infectious disease cases. 

If viral conditions change substantially, we will be ready to adapt to keep our community safe. We constantly monitor local, national, and global viral conditions and will change our policies if necessary.


Schedule a test

The GA Department of Health provides COVID-19 testing.


Sick, exposed or positive?

Refer to the latest CDC guidance to stay safe & healthy.


Vaccine Information

As available, based on federal and state criteria for phases of vaccination.


On the Frontlines

COVID-19 News

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Augusta University President Keel tests positive for COVID-19

Keel, who is vaccinated and boosted, will return to campus as soon as he has completed the isolation and return-to-work protocols defined by the CDC.

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University System of Georgia: Masks on campus transportation no longer required

The University System of Georgia has recently updated its guidance about wearing masks on campus transportation.

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What led to Dr. Phillip Coule’s career in medicine? He and others to be honored at Alumni Weekend

“I try to live by the motto I’ve never asked somebody else to do a job that I’m not willing to do myself,” said Dr. Phillip Coule.

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Provost promotes the power of research at Augusta University

Dr. Neil J. MacKinnon, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, has established his own research team at Augusta University and strongly encourages research enterprise across all 10 colleges.