Augusta University

Facts & Figures

On December 20, 1828, by Act of the Georgia General Assembly, seven faculty members founded Augusta University's oldest college, the Medical College of Georgia.

Augusta University is a public research university and medical center dedicated to training the next generation of innovators, leaders and health care providers.

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Located in Augusta, Georgia

We Feel So Good

Georgia’s second-oldest and second-largest city, Augusta strides that fine line between big city bustle and small-town charm, mixing retro-urban regality with just a pinch of hometown pride.

University Budget
$1.06B

As of Financial Year 2020

Sponsored Awards
$159M

As of Financial Year 2020

Research Awards
$104.8M

As of Financial Year 2020

As of Fall 2020

Student Enrollment

Type Total
New Freshmen 1,009
11%
Other Undergraduates 4,666
49%
Graduate 1,921
20%
First Professional 1,326
14%
Medical Residents 555
6%
Dental Residents 88
1%

FY 2020

Degrees Conferred

Type Total
Bachelor's 993
Master's 536
Specialist 33
Doctorate 123
First Professional 310
Certificate/Other 238

Student Enrollment by Gender

Academic Year 2020

36%
64%

12,116

Total Workforce

As of November 2020

6,775

Faculty
& Staff

As of November 2020

152

Academic Offerings

As of October 2020

61,000+

Living
Alumni

As of October 2020

Go Jags
NCAA Division I
Men's Golf
Mens Golf

Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference

NCAA Division I
Women's Golf
Womens Golf

Independent

NCAA Division II
Eleven Teams
Athletics

Peach Belt Conference

Men's Golf
2 NCAA National Championships

2010, 2011

Men's Basketball
12 NCAA Tournament appearances, 3 Elite Eights

 

Administration

Brooks A. Keel, PhD, is President of Augusta University and Chief Executive Officer of Augusta University Health System.

President's Cabinet