Augusta University

Augusta University in Augusta, a member of the University System of Georgia, opened in January 2013 as Georgia Regents University, a consolidation of Augusta State University and Georgia Health Sciences University (formerly the Medical College of Georgia).
In 2015 the institution's name changed from Georgia Regents University to Augusta University.
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Editors, NGE Staff. "Augusta University." New Georgia Encyclopedia. 06 April 2016. Web. 02 June 2020.
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