Dr. Neil Rigole and Mr. Jon Coder will be presenting a workshop titled “Best Practices for Teaching a V-con Class”. This 75-minute workshop will be presented from the Macon campus on November 15th and will be available through video conference on all other campuses. Additional information and the ability to register are available through the link below.
As Middle Georgia State joins colleagues across the University System of Georgia in observing Ethics Awareness Week, November 13-19, 2017, we invite you to check out recent updates to the Office of President Compliance webpage. The page has recently been made more interactive, with links to USG Board of Regents Policy, University Policy Manual and Continue reading
Good News! Coming in January 2018, you will have one less password to remember! Your MGA credentials will be used to log in to Brightspace/D2L, it will be just like logging into your student e-mail. More details on the new login process for Brightspace/D2L will be released in the coming months.
MGA Campus Store operational hours for
week of November 20th – 24th will be as followed:
The 4th annual Knights Business Battle, a competition that gives Middle Georgia State University (MGA) students the opportunity to present business plans before a panel of judges, produced award-winning ideas for a fitness center, restaurant, and bed-and-breakfast.
2018 Asia Studies Fellowship at the East-West Center in Washington DC is Now Accepting Applications!
The fellowship deadline is January 2, 2017 (11:59pm EST)
The following work schedule will be in place for the week of November 20-24, 2017.
Culture in Focus is an international eJournal of Cultural, Educational and Literary Studies and is accepting research papers, unpublished conference papers, reviews, announcements and any other pertinent information from scholars locally and internationally.
Jason Vadell, vice president of the MGA chapter of Brothers of Leadership and Distinction and aspiring accountant, celebrates his high-profile opportunities at the University.
Julia Davis, a student leader at MGA’s residential program for dual-enrollment students, is working toward an Aerospace Engineering degree and, she hopes, Navy flight school.