Military Monday

“The Coast Guard is the principal Federal agency responsible for maritime safety, security, and environmental stewardship in U.S. ports and waterways. In this capacity, the Coast Guard protects and defends more than 100,000 miles of U.S. coastline and inland waterways, and safeguards an Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) encompassing 4.5 million square miles stretching from North Continue reading


The Office of Veteran and Military Services Needs Your Help

Within the next several months, Middle Georgia State University will once again submit data for the Best for Vets and Military Friendly surveys. The completion of both surveys requires the collaboration and support of several campus departments whose members make up the institution’s Military Advisory Council (MAC). In preparation for this year’s survey, please strongly Continue reading


Veteran/Military Newsletter – February 2017

Check out the latest news for veteran and military students at Middle Georgia State University. In this edition’s newsletter, you will find these headlines: Fall Semester Registration 2017: Next Month, In the Spotlight: Academic Advising, Greenlight A Vet, Spring Break, Employment and Scholarship Opportunities. Click on this link to read more: Knight Time News_February 2017.


Greenlight A Vet

Middle Georgia State University is now participating in the Greenlight A Vet initiative. Every campus and/or location, including VECTR and the Macon FBO, now have at least one green light glowing proudly every night to show support for our military veterans. For those who don’t know, this initiative highlights the significant contributions of our veterans Continue reading


Veterans Appreciation Week 2016

MGA Faculty, Staff and Students, The Office of Veteran and Military Services would like to take a moment to highlight those who have served our great nation, including many faculty, staff and students. We must never underestimate the contributions made to both our institution and the community by our service members and their families. The Continue reading