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The decision to construct a modern new building to house the College of Science and Mathematics on the Health Sciences Campus will place the College in close proximity to the Medical College of Georgia, the Dental College of Georgia, and the Colleges of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences, the Augusta University Medical Center, and university residence halls.

This strategic move will:

  • Enhance the university's attractiveness to students interested in health sciences careers.
  • Advance the university’s goal to grow enrollment.
  • Increase the opportunities for faculty and students to conduct scientific research.
  • Support the creation of additional graduate programs.
  • Distinguish Augusta University from other University System of Georgia institutions.

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Contact Us

College of Science & Mathematics

706-729-2259

cosm@augusta.edu

1120 15th Street
Augusta, GA 30912

Shuttle Information

BLUE ROUTE

Provides service for the Health Sciences Campus, Summerville Campus and Forest Hills Campus when undergraduate classes are in session. The route begins at the Laney High School Stadium Lot and continues with stops at the Georgia Cancer Center, Student Center and Lot 69/70. Continuing westbound, the Blue Route makes one stop on the Summerville Campus at Allgood Hall, then continues to University Village. It returns to Summerville for one stop eastbound at University Hall, before moving east to the Laney-Walker corridor again.

  • Morning / Afternoon: Mon-Friday, 7 a.m. – 3 p.m.
  • Evenings: Mon-Thurs, 3-10:00 p.m. and Fri, 3–7 p.m.

 

BLUE EXPRESS

The Blue EXPRESS route provides direct service between the Health Science Student Center and University Hall. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. a Blue Express or Blue Route bus departs from University Hall and the westbound Health Science Student Center locations every 5 to 6 minutes.

GOLD ROUTE

Provides service for southern areas of the Health Sciences Campus. Operates one Gold Route bus weekdays (except official university holidays) 5:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. There are four stops: Laney High Stadium/Lot 61, Antioch / Lot 71, Beulah Grove / Lot 72 and the J. Harold Harrison, M.D., Education Commons. The shuttle visits each stop approximately every 7-8 minutes.

JagExpress Shuttle Service is managed by the Office of Parking & Transportation. All riders must wear mask while on the shuttle. 

Need a ride? All JagExpress shuttles are GPS-equipped so you can track routes and locations in real-time through the PassioGO app on your smart phone, available in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store

 

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News about CSM's Move

people sitting in front of a building

Goss Lane reopened, drivers should beware increased student traffic

As of Nov. 1, Goss Lane has reopened for vehicle traffic in both directions.

Building

A vision for the future: Augusta University celebrates opening of new Science and Mathematics building

More than 100 guests gathered Sept. 30 on the Health Sciences Campus to celebrate the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Science and Mathematics building.

construction

Changes to traffic, pedestrian routes near Goss Lane to begin Aug. 20

Vehicle access to the Goss Lane parking deck via Wesley Gilbert Drive and Spellman Street will not be disturbed.

Classroom

Health Sciences Campus grows with addition of College of Science and Mathematics courses

The Health Sciences Campus will be hosting 132 additional classes to go along with the 144 classes already being offered.