At Georgia Regents University we represent a new caliber of greatness. Our faculty, staff, students, volunteers and alumni are critical thinkers and thought leaders who are transforming a model of education and health care delivery.
We are producing some of the best and brightest, from business leaders and entrepreneurs to social scientists, artists, educators, humanitarians and healthcare and life sciences professionals – innovators who are driven to discover, driven to succeed.
In communities throughout the state, across disciplines, and on a global stage, members of the GRU community are making things happen. We embrace intellectual diversity. We believe in an environment with collaboration at its core. One that unites teaching AND practice, art AND application, humanity AND health sciences.
At the heart of our mission is a profound belief that the greatness in all of us lies in discovery. Discovering opportunities in ourselves, our classrooms, our athletic fields, our neighborhoods, and in how we are uniquely positioned to serve the world.
The best way to discover GRU is to see it us action – our great people doing great things on our campuses in Augusta and throughout Georgia. Our faculty and researchers discovering what is next in laboratories, our students discovering what is next in their professional and personal lives, and our patient care providers discovering what is next in patient- and family-centered care. Come discover what’s next.
- GRU’s ‘4 Years 4 U’ initiative, which focuses on a dialogue between students and the university’s advising staff, was featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education.
- A powerful, focused beam of radiation can help beat back cancer that has spread to the spine and causing patients unrelenting pain, GRU physicians say.
- GRU Cancer Center Director Dr. Samir Khleif was awarded the Medical Trailblazer Award by the Augusta City Classic at the organization's annual formal banquet.