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Since Augusta State is growing i figure it deserved its on thread.

New amphitheatre on campus

The amphitheatre currently under construction on the Augusta State University campus now officially has a name. Friends of former U.S. Congressman D. Douglas Barnard donated $250,000 toward the construction of the amphitheatre, and on Oct. 10, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia approved ASU

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Regents approve future funding for ASU construction

A new academic building for Augusta State is on the list of needed facilities that was approved by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia at their October board meeting. The $27.5 million academic building is one of more than 100 new projects needed throughout the System that calls for a total investment of $1.7 billion.

The new building will be constructed near the Christenberry Field House on Wrightsboro Road and will house the College of Education and the Department of Nursing. It is anticipated that the regents will allocate funding for the building

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ASU Gets $3 Million

Augusta State University announced Wednesday that it is getting $3 million in donations.

The money will be used for accountancy programs in the College, including scholarships.

The Hull College of Business offers the Bachelor of Business Adminstration and the Master of Business Administration degree programs.

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