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Student Life Office to Host The Great Egg Hunt

Middle Georgia State University’s Student Life Office invites you to join us for The Great Egg Hunt! On April 16, 6:30 P.M. – 8:30 P.M. on the Macon Campus, families are welcome to hunt for eggs and treasures, visit the petting zoo and stop by a photo booth for fun family photos to commemorate the day! This FREE event is open to students, faculty & staff, their families and the general public.


MGA Seeking Students for Tubman Museum Dance-A-Thon

Middle Georgia State University is looking for 10 students who would like to represent MGA in a Dance-A-Thon to raise money for the Tubman Museum! MGA has been given the decade of the 1960’s! Students representing MGA will dress in 60’s attire. The event will be on February 1, 2019 from 6:00 P.M. – 10:00 P.M. at the Tubman Museum located at 310 Cherry Street, Macon, GA 31201.


Dr. Vernard Hodges Inspires at “Voices of Impact” Lecture Series

On Thursday, November 8th, The Office of Career Services and the Office of Alumni Affairs debuted their “Voices of Impact” Lecture Series with guest speaker, Dr. Vernard Hodges. Dr. Hodges shared his amazing journey detailing the circumstances he was born into and the choices he made as an adolescent, which almost led him down the wrong path. He also shared how he was able to shift his values and goals, which led to him successfully starting up multiple business ventures, such as starting a real estate holding company which has grown into a multi-million dollar company consisting of several apartment complexes and commercial properties.


The MGA Model African Union (SEMAU) Excels at the 22nd Annual SEMAU Conference, Savannah, November 8-10, 2018

The MGA Model African Union students from the three MGA campuses participated in the 22nd Annual Model African Union (SEMAU) Conference, hosted by Savannah State University, November 8-10, 2018. MGA student delegates represented the following African countries:  Burundi (Cochran campus), Ghana (Macon campus), Namibia (Dublin campus) and Zambia (Cochran campus).


Career Development Course Strengthens Partnership Between MGA And Robins AFB

Keyona Reed jumped at it when her supervisor at Robins Air Force Base offered her a chance to take a short-term career development course at Middle Georgia State University.

“Eventually, I hope to get into a supervisory position myself,” Reed, an inventory management specialist at Robins, said in early November on the last day of the class, which met every other Wednesday for 10 weeks at the University’s Warner Robins Campus. “It was well worth it.”