Campus Master Plan

IMG_20140914_124427_405Released this fall, our Campus Master Plan reveals a bold, exciting vision for Augusta University’s physical future.

SIX PLANNING PRIORITIES

  • Provide state-of-the-art academic and research space
  • Advance the research mission
  • Create a vibrant student life experience
  • Effect smart, sustainable facilities growth
  • Create a safe, seamless and pleasing pedestrian experience
  • Ensure quality, functionality and cutting-edge technology

Strategic expansion and renovation will create a state-of-the-art research and educational experience in a thriving student–centered residential setting.

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1. Summerville Campus

Create a 21st-century educational experience, while maintaining the beauty and character of its 19th-century roots.

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2. Health Sciences Campus

State-of-the-art research, lab and classroom space on a seamless, student-centric, pedestrian-friendly residential campus.

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3. Forest Hills Campus

Expand indoor and outdoor venues so the Jaguar Nation becomes a magnet for top student athletes across multiple sports.
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4. All linked together —

and to a vibrant downtown Augusta — via an upgraded, optimized transportation system.
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Move One to Grow Four

Relocating the College of Science and Mathematics to the Health Sciences campus will free up space for other Summerville programs and colleges to expand.

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STUDENT ENROLLMENT
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FACULTY AND STAFF
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RESEARCH PLATFORM
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STUDENT HOUSING
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  • The preservation of historic and archeological treasures
    on the Summerville campus will be ensured, without
    disturbing the beautiful neighborhood that surrounds it.
  • Relocating CSM will allow for growth of the other colleges
    and programs, including East Georgia State College.
  • Renovations of existing structures — like Science, Allgood
    and Washington Halls — will include state-of-the-art
    technology enhancements in classrooms and labs.
  • Students will enjoy new and improved dining, studying and
    life experiences through Jaguar Student Activities Center
    (JSAC) improvements and other campus renovations.
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  • Create a vibrant residential experience for
    undergraduate and graduate students from all colleges
    and programs.
  • Cement the campus as the university’s destination for
    health and sciences education and research.
  • Establishing academic neighborhoods around
    pedestrian-friendly quads will create a true campus
    experience.
  • An expanded research core along Laney-Walker
    Boulevard will provide facilities and space worthy of a
    world-class research institution.
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Learn more at gru.edu/facilities/cmp.

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