Dr. Blake will hold two sessions on Tuesday, April 6, 2017—the centennial anniversary of US entry into World War I—for interested faculty, staff, and students.
Five policies have been posted to the University Policy Manual for campus review and comment. Keep an eye on the Proposed Policies and Updates sections of the manual for revisions throughout the year and send any comments or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Knights Athletics are a year-round point of pride for Georgia’s newest university. Whatever sport you enjoy watching, I encourage you to come out to a game this year—not just to support our athletes, but to share in a common source of pride with our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and surrounding communities.
As a state university, we are subject to the Georgia Open Records Act (O.C.G.A. Section 50-18-71). If you receive a request for records by phone, email, or in writing, please forward it (scanned email copy) as soon as possible to email@example.com.
Have a question you would like addressed by the President at Faculty & Staff Convocation this Friday? Submit it today to firstname.lastname@example.org!
In addition to the expansion of academic programs in Dublin announced by President Blake at the recent 30th Anniversary of the Campus, catch up on changes made to better serve our students.
For several years we have asked our faculty and staff to accomplish more, driving bolder work and vision with modest resources. This kind of creativity shows greatness is within the grasp of us all, as well as our students.
Nearly 1,100 students earned their post-secondary credential from the state’s newest public University in 2015-16, about 520 of whom will walk across the stage at our three Spring Commencement ceremonies, scheduled over two days—Wednesday May 11, and Thursday, May 12.
This week is the final opportunity for students to begin mandatory training. They must complete parts 1 and 2 of Haven and AlcoholEdu by May 9, or be granted an exemption, to avoid a Spring grade hold.
We recently learned that past efforts to educate our campus community about the water quality on the Cochran Campus—where lead levels were slightly elevated last year but are now back down below federal (EPA) and state (GA EPD) standards—were insufficient. Even though we are currently in compliance, Middle Georgia State is working with experts to further improve water quality.