Augusta University prohibits sexual misconduct in any form including sexual harassment and discrimination based on sex.

The Title IX Sexual Misconduct Office administers the University System of Georgia Board of Regents Sexual Misconduct Policy.

If you’ve been the victim of sexual assault or misconduct, we’re here to help.

It’s important that you know your options and take steps to get the support you need. If you’ve been sexually assaulted, we encourage you to make a report the university Title IX coordinator.

Our website offers information about the university’s sexual misconduct prevention and education efforts, as well as campus resources for those who've been the victim of, or witness to sexual misconduct including sexual assault.

Contact Us

Title IX Sexual Misconduct

Health Sciences Campus

Annex I

RM 3000Q

Julie Kneuker

706-721-5144

jkneuker@augusta.edu

Monday-Friday- 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For emergencies, please call 706-721-2911

Resources

How to File a Report

File a Sexual Misconduct Report Form

What to do if you Feel Threatened on Campus

Sexual Misconduct Policy

Anti-Harassment and Non-Discrimination Policy

Notice of Non-Discrimination

Frequently Asked Questions

Required Training

Undergraduate Students

EverFi Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduate Students

Graduate Students

EverFi Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students

Faculty & Staff

Everfi Building Supportive Communities Title IX and Clery for Faculty and Staff

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

It's On Us