Seeking International Food Festival Volunteers (Cochran Campus)

It’s past time for gearing up for the annual International Food Festival on MGA’s Cochran campus. This multi-decade tradition has long included faculty, staff, and clubs sharing their culinary talents and tasty joys with both their students and their colleagues.


Benefits and Wellness Fair!!

It’s that time again for our Benefits and Wellness Fair!  Learn about the 2018 benefit changes and take advantage of the opportunity to talk with our benefits and wellness vendors and register for prizes.   Flu shots will also be available for employees enrolled in USG’s health coverage. Please bring a copy of your insurance card Continue reading


YOUR KNIGHTLY NEWS SEPTEMBER 13

Your MGA Knightly News! M: Macon Campus C: Cochran Campus D: Dublin Campus E: Eastman Campus W: Warner Robins Campus A: All campuses EVENTS – WEEK OF SEP 11 – 16 SEP 11/12 ALL CAMPUSES CLOSED SEP 13 C: Movie Knight, Walker Hall Aud @ 8 pm SEP 14 W: Campus to Careers @ Lane Southern Orchard, Must Continue reading


Campus Store – Textbook Requisitions

All Textbook Requisitions for Spring and Summer semesters are due to the Campus Store on Monday, October 9th, 2017.


Come celebrate Constitution Day with MGA departments

Celebrate Constitution Day with the MGA libraries and the Department of History and Political Science. Visit the Macon campus library on Wednesday, September 20, from 1-3 p.m. to learn more about the Constitution, voting, and civic engagement.


Middle Georgia State Library Hosts Free Film Screenings Focused on First Amendment Issues

The Middle Georgia State University Library is hosting screenings of two films in late September to generate discussion of First Amendment issues. All screenings are free and open to the public. The Library will show “I Am Not Your Negro,” directed by Raoul Peck, at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20, in the Arts Complex Theater on the Macon Campus. Discussion will follow, led by DeMarcus Beckham, president of the student group Gay Straight Alliance, Kelsei Etchison, president of Black Student Unification, and Dr. Andre Nicholson, assistant professor of Communication Studies.


Knights Impact – May 2018 Trip – Apply Now!

We are excited to announce the May 2018 sailing of Knights Impact. Knights Impact is an international service-learning program coordinated by the Office of Experiential Learning and the Office of International Programs and offering students an affordable, high-impact experiential learning opportunity.