Library Services on Warner Robins Campus to be Relocated

Effective Spring Semester, all library services for the Warner Robins campus will move from the Nola Brantley Memorial Library to Oak Hall. Our librarian will have an office in what will be the Armory suite on the first floor (where Nursing faculty are currently located) to provide one-on-one reference service with students. There will also Continue reading


YOUR KNIGHTLY NEWS NOV 13, 2017

Your MGA Knightly News!

M: Macon Campus C: Cochran Campus D: Dublin Campus E: Eastman Campus W: Warner Robins Campus A: All campuses

EVENTS – WEEK OF NOV 13 – 18

NOV 13


MGA Tutors Attend Annual Tutoring Conference

MGA Tutors from 8 Tutoring Centers Attend the 15th Annual Georgia Tutoring Association (GaTA) Conference
The 15th annual conference for the Georgia Tutoring Association (GaTA) was hosted by Middle Georgia State University on Saturday, October 21, 2017.


International Games Week Celebration at Macon Campus Library

The Macon Campus Library will host a board game event on Tuesday, October 31, from 12-4 pm to celebrate the American Library Association’s International Games Week. Feel free to wear a costume! We will have board games, snacks, and candy.


First Amendment Film Series: I Am Not Your Negro (Rescreening) on Cochran Campus

“I Am Not Your Negro” directed by Raoul Peck will be re-screened in Cochran on October 2 from 6-8:30 pm in the Roberts Memorial Library Room 206 on the Cochran Campus. Discussion will be led by Dr. Andre Nicholson, Assistant Professor of Communication Studies and members of BOLD (Brothers of Leadership & Distinction).


National Library of Medicine traveling exhibit: “And there’s the humor of it”: Shakespeare and the four humors

Your MGA Macon campus Library hosts the traveling exhibit, “And there’s the humor of it”: Shakespeare and the four humors, between August 28 and October 6, 2017.   This exhibition was developed and produced by the Exhibition Program at the National Library of Medicine and the Folger Shakespeare Library.   William Shakespeare (1564-1616) created characters Continue reading