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We are committed to the growth and prosperity of the university and its programs, scholarships, facilities, academic quality, research capacity and outreach.

The Office of Philanthropy & Alumni Engagement nurtures relationships with alumni, friends and the campus community to encourage support for Augusta University students, programs and the university environment. We engage our many stakeholders, secure private support through a donor-centered approach, steward and manage gifts, foster community outreach and tell our story broadly to strengthen the university.

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Philanthropy & Alumni Engagement

1120 15th Street, AD-1104

Professional Building

706-721-4001

philanthropy@augusta.edu

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The Fight Against COVID-19

Augusta University Health receives $2 million to expand COVID-19 vaccine effort.

How You Help

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Growing Medical Research

$1 million gift from pool industry pioneer establishes MCG’s newest endowed chair.

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Fighting Rural Healthcare

Peach State Health Plan (PSHP) and the Medical College of Georgia (MCG) at Augusta University announced an official partnership

Philanthropy & Alumni News

 

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Peach State Health Plan announces partnership with Medical College of Georgia to address rural physician shortage

Peach State Health Plan and Medial College of Georgia at Augusta University have announced a partnership to address the state's critical rural physician shortage. PSHP will present a $5.2 million grant to fund the MCG 3+ accelerated medical school curriculum.

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Lady A, newest member of the Grand Ole Opry, establishes scholarship at AU

Lady A has been invited to join the Grand Ole Opry. The group, which has Augusta ties, also established a scholarship at Augusta University through their Lady Aid Fund.

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Honoring a Mentor

Before going into medicine, Dr. Kay Kramer started her academic career with an undergraduate degree in German. She thoroughly enjoyed studying German language and literature. She even spent time in Germany for a summer program at the University of Nuremburg, which also involved living with a German family. Initially, Kramer thought she might go into […]

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2020 Outstanding Philanthropist of the Year

Ann Boardman continues to be a transformative partner for Augusta University and for the greater Augusta community. We could not think of anyone more deserving to be recognized as the 2020 Outstanding Philanthropist of the Year. Enjoy this video about her amazing philanthropy and contributions.

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