Chris Brazell Named MGA’s 2017 Outstanding Alumnus

Christopher E. Brazell, senior vice president of EMC Engineering Services, Inc., has been named the 2017 Outstanding Alumnus of Middle Georgia State University by the institution’s Alumni Association.


MGA Accounting Students Place Second In Statewide Auditing Competition

A team of Accounting majors representing Middle Georgia State University’s School of Business placed second at the 7th annual Internal Audit Case Study Competition recently held at Kennesaw State University.


The Office of Career Services Upcoming Events

The Office of Career Services has a few exciting things coming up at the end of this semester!

1.) We are having a HUGE sale at The Professional Closet! Starting November 27th, come by The Professional Closet (Macon- SLC 254; Cochran- Sanford 112) and get an ENTIRE BAG FULL OF CLOTHES FOR ONLY $10*!! *Suits and jackets excluded. Limit of 2 accessories per bag.


Tia Stephens and Albert Abrams Win Knights Dining Meal Passes

Tia Stephens and Albert Abrams Win Knights Dining Meal Passes Thanks to Sodexo and the Staff Council


Faculty Evaluations Are Open

Attention Students:

Let your opinion be known!

The following is a schedule for faculty evaluations for Fall 2017. The time frames for completing the evaluations will depend on the last day of classes for each session.


MGA Faculty Speak at I-75 South Corridor Meeting

Macon, Ga. – Greg George, associate professor of economics in MGA’s School of Business, was one of the guest panelists at a recent meeting of the 75 South Corridor Coalition. The group, made up of local government officials, was created to better convey the growth opportunities available in the areas between Atlanta and Macon.


Advising for Online Mathematics Courses

Proctored Exams

All online mathematics courses require three proctored exams during the semester. The day/time indicated in the course schedule is reserved for proctored testing. The Department of Mathematics offers proctored testing at the Macon, Cochran, Warner Robins, and Dublin campuses.


The Zombie Swarm: Low Art as Hyperobject

What happens to the borders and boundaries of the high art object when it becomes a hyperobject through commercialization? If low art is a boundless zombie swarm hollowing all art into economic value, then how does the loss of boundary turn art into a metaphor for other aspects of culture and current events?