The schools will both hold classes in the new cyber center this year.

Augusta University and Augusta Technical College students gathered at the new cyber center Thursday for orientation.

The two schools will each hold classes in the Hull McKnight building and stressed collaboration for the upcoming school year. The students will be able to take classes for programming, system analysis and design and digital forensics.

While the schools have worked together in the past, this year will be the first time they both have courses in the same building.

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