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.
Members of the faculty, staff at director level or higher, and employees (including students) working in multiple positions simultaneously within the university should fill out and send new form to HR.
Don’t miss this important message to students, faculty, and staff from Vice President for Student Affairs Jennifer Brannon. Campus conversations on diversity and inclusion are underway this semester!
In light of the current weather forecast for Thursday, December 17, please be advised that we do have a rain contingency plan for our first commencement as a university.
Our first Commencement Ceremony as a university is only 10 days away! Get details on tickets and parking passes here.
We received a dozen ideas in the Greatness Dropbox this semester, adding to more than 100 received in 2014-15. Of the ideas received in Fall 2015, two were selected as great ideas.
As our students enjoy their break this week and our faculty and staff prepare to begin the holiday season, Middle Georgia State University has much for which to be grateful this Thanksgiving.
Guest blogger and Interim Director of International Programs, Dr. Laura Thomason, shares her thoughts on International Education Week 2015: Access for All.
Nearly 600 students have finished their training early, finish yours by November 15 for a chance to win a VIP parking pass for Spring and Summer. Deadline to avoid a grade hold is November 23.