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Helping Each Other Unlock the Potential of Access


Who we are

The Access User Group of San Diego (AUGSD) is a non-profit organization composed of Microsoft Access users and developers of all stripes -- beginner to super-advanced. Our primary focus is on helping our members use Access to create real-world business applications.

Who you are...

  • An Access developer
  • An Access user
  • A data analyst
  • A business owner or department manager looking to automate some business process

…and you want to:

  • Beef up your database and programming skills
  • Improve database performance
  • Convert spreadsheets to a database
  • Migrate or interface an Access database to SQL Server
  • Expand your user base
  • Create a proof of concept or prototype
  • Find a highly-skilled professional Access developer to build something for you


Meetings Suspended Until Further Notice... but we're still here to support you!

Due to low attendance and some other obligations on the part of various board members, we’re suspending the regular meetings of the AUGSD until further notice.  

The website and Meetup site will remain active for the time being, so if you need to reach us, please use either site to contact us.  We’ll post additional resources and information on the AUGSD website from time to time, and of course the Developer’s page is still active, so we hope you’ll visit occasionally.  We plan to add some features to the website to continue to support you in your use of Access.  We’ll email you when that happens and we'll announce them on this home page.

We can still get together if any of you want to plan a meeting or a presentation, so please let us know!

We wish you all well, until we meet again!

Developers page on the web site. - Please contact us if you wish to have a listing on the developer page. The listing can include your company logo, contact information and a brief summary of your services.  If you are interested please contact us at this email address:

“I’m so grateful for the User’s Group!”

Lots of us feel this way… we learn from each other, we support each other, we help each other hone our skills, we learn of Access related jobs, we meet recruiters, we eat pizza (well maybe that isn’t really one of our most important offerings), we learn what Access can do… it can interact with other systems, it can be used to create a feature-rich mature applications with user interface that really works for the user, it can be used as a front-end report generator for data from other systems, it can be used as the backend for other reporting systems, it can be used to … well the possibilities are almost limitless.