Register for USG’s Annual Faculty Symposium – “Teaching Japan”

You are invited to register for the Asia Council of the University System of Georgia’s annual faculty symposium to be held April 7–8. This year’s focus is “Teaching Japan.” This faculty development opportunity will explore Japan’s global significance, historical and contemporary issues, artistic and literary traditions, and more—all with a goal of incorporating Japan into Continue reading


Upcoming Student Life Events – Macon Campus

Please mark your calendars to join the Office of Student Life for the upcoming Spring Macon campus Student Life events, free to all MGA students: 2/28/17 – Fat Tuesday Mardi Gras Celebration (Noon – 1 p.m. in the SLC Lobby and 4:30-5:30 p.m. in Jones Lobby, photo booth, prizes and food giveaways while supplies last) Continue reading


2017 National African-American Read-In on Macon Campus

Dr. Mary Mears and her English 2142 African American Literature II Class will be participating in the 2017 National African-American Read-In on Tuesday, February 28, 2017, as an MGA Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP) States Initiative Activity. This year we will be discussing Ralph Ellison’s, Invisible Man.  The Read-In is held every year in Continue reading


February is Financial Aid Awareness Month

February is Financial Aid Awareness Month and the Office of Financial Aid on all campuses is promoting a  sweet treat campaign for students who stop by the office and answer our question of the week. This week’s question: How often should you complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Aid)?   We encourage all students Continue reading


Department of Natural Sciences hosted a successful 2017 Regional Science Olympiad

This past Saturday, the Department of Natural Sciences hosted the 2017 Regional Science Olympiad, with 19 high school science teams competing in 23 different events, ranging from Anatomy and Physiology to Hydrogeology to Electric Vehicles. Highlighting the cross-disciplinary nature of science, events were run not just by Natural Science faculty but also by faculty from Continue reading


Muddle Jawja Band performing live at Dublin Campus

On Thursday, March 2nd, Middle Georgia State University (MGA) will present Muddle Jawja Band live in concert at a St. Patrick’s Festival event from 5 – 7 pm at MGA’s Dublin Campus. This event is free and open to the community. We encourage all that are interested in attending to save and share the flyer below Continue reading


Macon Recreation & Wellness Center Changes

The Recreation & Wellness Center on the Macon campus opened in April 2014 with the construction of the Center funded by bonds backed by Student Fees and other non-State revenue.  Students taking classes on the Macon Campus pay $140/semester and students taking classes on the Warner Robins campus pay $40/semester in Recreation Center fees.  Other Continue reading