Knightly News (events beginning on 2/20/17)

Your MGA Knightly News! M: Macon Campus C: Cochran Campus D: Dublin Campus E: Eastman Campus W: Warner Robins Campus A: All campuses THIS WEEK’S EVENTS FEB 20 C: MGA Knights Women’s Basketball vs William Carey U @ 5:30 pm C: MGA Knights Men’s Basketball vs William Carey U @ 7:30 pm FEB 21 C: Continue reading


Workshop: Quality Standards, Quality Matters

This workshop will provide participants with a brief history and context of the Quality Matters rubric. We will also discuss two distinct approaches to implementing quality control in online courses, with emphasis on standards recommended by MGA’s Department of Distance Education and eLearning. Presenter: Andy Davidson Register HERE


Graduate Studies Preparing to Launch a New Master’s Degree in Business

The School of Business is excited to announce that, pending the approval of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, we will be launching a new Master of Science in Management (MSM)* degree this summer.  The program is open to anyone with an accredited undergraduate degree.  The MSM is a 31 credit Continue reading


Chance to win BeatsSolo2 headphones or a Fitbit!

The Office of Auxiliary Services is interested in hearing from MGA students regarding their experiences across campuses. In order to measure various campus services, such as the Campus Store, Campus Dining, the Knight Card, Vending, Housing and Residence Life and Health Services, we are asking that you complete the below survey no later than Friday, Continue reading


Middle Georgia State University Hosts Screening of Film Documenting Coastal Georgia During WW2

Filmmaker Lance P. Toland will show his documentary movie “The Golden Isles at War” at 5 p.m. Monday, Feb. 27, in room 145 of the Charles H. Jones Building on Middle Georgia State University’s Macon Campus. A question and answer session with Toland will follow. This event, sponsored by MGA’s History Students Organization and the Continue reading


Veteran/Military Newsletter – February 2017

Check out the latest news for veteran and military students at Middle Georgia State University. In this edition’s newsletter, you will find these headlines: Fall Semester Registration 2017: Next Month, In the Spotlight: Academic Advising, Greenlight A Vet, Spring Break, Employment and Scholarship Opportunities. Click on this link to read more: Knight Time News_February 2017.


IT Academic Workshop: What Should I Read?

Dear Students, The scholarship committee of School of IT will host an academic workshop on Tuesday, Feb. 7th. Dr. Shannon Beasley will give a talk entitled “What Should I Read?” in PSC room 137 on the Macon campus from 5 to 5:30 p.m. All students are welcome. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Yingfeng Continue reading


Interdisciplinary Film Event: Ushpizin

7 PM, Thursday, February 16, 2017 Math Auditorium (Mathematics Building, Macon Campus) Presented by The Department of Media, Culture, & the Arts and by The Interdisciplinary Film Series  Click to view full poster: Ushpizin 11X17  MGA faculty, students, and the off-campus community are cordially invited to this semester’s Interdisciplinary film event on February 16 at 7 PM in the Math Auditorium. “Ushpizin Continue reading


Critical Conversation Series – II

Good Afternoon, Rescheduled: The new date for the Critical Conversation is March 1st. 6pm. The Office of Student Life is hosting its second Critical Conversation. The Critical Conversation Series is an open discussion on current events around the globe. It is a time for civil dialogue on things impacting the world. I invite students, staff, and Continue reading


National Inspire Your Heart with Art Day: Painting Class

 January 31st is National “Inspire Your Heart With Art” Day! This is a day to reflect on how art affects your heart. Join us for an evening of painting, relaxing, and sharing your passion for art with friends. MGA’s Art instructor, Charlie Agnew, will guide the group through step by step painting instruction. You will paint Continue reading