President’s Blog: Black History Month

As a public university and a state agency this issue lies at the core of our identity at MGA. February is Black History Month or African-American History Month in the United States and if offers us a powerful, living example of the Republic’s responsibility to educate future generations about our history, our values and our goals as a democratic society.


Academic Strategy and Structure – An invitation to participate in the process

Over the last few weeks, the Provost’s office staff met with academic leaders involved in scheduling and programming. These meetings spanned six different sessions, each lasting most of a day. In these meetings we reviewed our academic program portfolio, academic program locations, progress of students through degrees, and other issues related to scheduling and programming. These meetings have been very insightful and helpful in refining our academic strategy across our campuses and online.


Career Services adds Excitement to the Process of Setting Goals

Career Services hosted Goal-Setting Vision Board parties on all 5 campuses as an awesome kick-off to the new semester.  A few scissors, glue sticks, stickers, and old magazines added excitement to what could otherwise be a stressful process of developing short and long-term academic, personal, and career goals.  After completing the visual representation of their Continue reading


Dept. Arts and Sciences

Heather Jones Art Exhibition

Heather Jones Art Exhibition –
Gallery Talk/Opening Reception – Monday, February 4, 2019, 6:00 p.m., Peacock Gallery, Russell Hall, Cochran Campus

Heather Jones Art Exhibition: February 4th – March 1st, 2019. The exhibition is open Monday – Thursday from 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. and Fridays from 8 a.m. – 12 noon.