Wellness Tree



The Counseling Center, in cooperation with the Wellness Committee, works to promote a variety of wellness topics to students, faculty and staff. Topics include: maintaining a healthy body and mind, managing stress, smoking cessation and safety concerns.

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Augusta Technical College has partnered with EverFi, whose mission is to help students address critical life skills such as alcohol abuse prevention and sexual assault prevention in higher education institutions across the country.

As part of our federal compliance mandate to address Title IX and comprehensive prevention efforts for new and returning students, Augusta Technical College expects all students to complete the Haven and AlcoholEdu courses. These courses will empower our students to make well-informed decisions about issues that affect their college years and beyond, as well as assist classmates, friends and loved ones.

All survey responses are confidential; the school will only receive information about the student body as a whole and will never see any individual student's answers. 


Online and mobile access 24 hours a day to health and wellness topics specifically designed for busy college students.  Topics include: nutrition, stress, finances, time management, healthy relationships, workout videos, sleeping, work-life balance, alcohol and drugs, meditation, and more. http://augustatech.readsh101.com/

CSRA COMMUNITY RESOURCE GUIDE:   This resource guide has been created by the Department of Family Medicine at Augusta University for use by the citizens of the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) to include the Georgia counties of Burke, Columbia, Glascock, Hancock, Jefferson, Jenkins, Lincoln, McDuffie, Richmond, Taliaferro, Warren, Washington, and Wilkes; and the South Carolina counties of Aiken, Edgefield, Allendale, Barnwell, and McCormick. Included are available services for health department clinics, low-cost clinics, medication assistance, transportation, mental health and substance abuse, elder care and dementia, emergency and hotline services, urgent care centers, family planning and pregnancy, and medical supplies. In addition to physical therapy and rehabilitation, homeless shelters, low-income housing, hospice care, children and youth services, clothing, furniture, appliances, household goods, dental care, food pantries, job search, literacy training, dialysis facilities, support groups and organizations, veterans, and educational websites.  Information contained in this resource guide is not copyrighted and may be reprinted without permission.