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Kappa Delta Pi Hosts “Truth Be Told Party”

MGA’s Alpha Iota Mu chapter of Kappa Delta Pi is hosting a “Truth Be Told Party” on December 13th, 6:00 P.M – 9:00 P.M. in the Teacher Education Building Atrium on the Macon Campus. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to bring family and friends to embrace their inner artist and join Kappa Delta Pi for a painting party!


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Pet Therapy in your MGA Libraries

Stressed out about final exams? EVERYONE is invited to hang out with pet therapy dogs! Dublin campus Library Therapups will be in the Dublin campus Library on Thursday, December 6th from 11a.m. to 1p.m. Macon campus Library Paws to Care Therapy Dogs will be in the Macon campus Library on Wednesday, December 5th from 4:30p.m. Continue reading


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Graduate School Information Event

The Office of Graduate Studies will host one final Graduate School Information Event before the end of the fall 2018 term during November “Apply Free” month on the Macon Campus in the Jones Building Lobby on Tuesday, November 27th from 10 am to 2 pm. 


Holiday Processing Deadline: Travel/Expenses/ePro/P-Card

In order to ensure timely processing of travel/expense reports, ePro requisitions and P-Card reconciliations prior to the holiday break, the Office of Finance is requesting that all electronic and applicable hard copy information be submitted to the appropriate office no later than December 14th. We are unable to guarantee processing of any requests received after that deadline.


Accessing the Travel Module on 12/3/2018

Middle Georgia State University employees who use GeorgiaFIRST Financials will be required to use Single Sign-on (SSO) Authentication to access all PeopleSoft Financials services, including T&E Module and EPro. This change will take effect 7 a.m. on Monday, December 3, 2018.


MGA Students Bring New Life To Old Computers For Museum Project

The five Middle Georgia State University students who signed up for Tina Ashford’s new “IT Museum” class this fall just wanted to tinker with vintage computers that are, in most cases, considerably older than them.

They ended up becoming de facto archivists and historians behind what is on the way to becoming a permanent display of classic personal computers and other equipment in a lobby and hallway of the Macon Campus’s Professional Sciences building, where the University’s School of Information Technology is based.