Knights Donation Station & Recycling event

Help Spread the word! #MGA’s Environmental Health & Safety Office is looking for volunteers – students, faculty and staff – to help out at the Knights Donation Station & Recycling event, scheduled for 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, May 5, at residential halls on the Cochran, Eastman and Macon campuses. Help out for an Continue reading


New staff and faculty for April 2017

MGA would like to welcome all of the following new members of our staff and faculty who’ve joined us since April 1 – we’re glad to have you on board! Rebecca Reid, Police Department Kathryn Smith, School of Business Welcome to MGA!


Cochran Bypass closed for road improvements starting Tuesday, April 25

Starting on Tuesday, April 25, Middle Georgia State University students and employees should expect increased traffic on 2nd Street in downtown Cochran. Due to bridge construction over the railroad, State Route 87/Cochran Bypass will be closed to through traffic for up to one year. During this time, through traffic on SR87 will be detoured onto Continue reading


Earth Week Events at MGA

This week is Earth Week, and there are opportunities for you to participate on all five campuses! Check out all of the events spread across our campuses. Everyone is encouraged to join us! Hope to see you out!  


National Healthcare Decisions Day and Advanced Care Directives week at MGA

On National Healthcare Decisions Day, April 16th, and following this day will be events held on all five campuses to educate MGA students on its importance.  We will be celebrating  April 16- 22, 2017. Professor Chris Tsavatewa’s Health Communication and Professor Cory Smith’s Psychology students worked diligently on a research project focused on educating their peers Continue reading


Zika Updates

  While the Zika virus has been out of the media spotlight, the CDC continues to work diligently with other organizations to help keep us safe and aware. As of March 29, 2017, there have been 5,182 Zika cases reported in the United States (110 of these in Georgia). Over 4,000 of these cases were Continue reading