AUGUSTA, GA (WRDW/WAGT) — New businesses will start moving into the new Cyber Center buildings, but Augusta University has a lot more room to grow there.

It seems like the options are endless.

There are no concrete plans yet, but Eric Toler, executive director of the Cyber Center says they want to expand the university’s resources and bring more help in to fight cyber crimes.

Folks like Tony Lever from Invest Augusta are already noticing changes to the city.

“I’ve lived here my entire life,” Lever said. “When I was growing up if you asked somebody what they were going to do when they graduated from high school, it was, ‘I don’t know, but I am leaving Augusta.’”

But Lever says it’s not like that anymore because now there are opportunities in Augusta.

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