Tuition Increase for 2015-16 Academic Year

On April 14, 2015, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia (USG) approved a 9% tuition increase for Middle Georgia State for the 2015-16 academic year. The institution’s current state college tuition rate of $99.67 per credit hour will increase next year to $108.67 per credit hour – an increase of $9 per credit hour. For a student taking a full 15-hour course load, the total tuition increase will be $135 per semester. We understand that any increase in tuition, no matter how small, will impact our students. This tuition increase is necessary for us to increase baccalaureate and master’s education and provide richer educational experiences. Middle Georgia State and the USG are committed to minimizing the financial impact of the transition to state university tuition by gradually increasing tuition over a six-year period.


President Blake’s latest blog: Good Things Take Time – Courage to Continue

During the course of the last two weeks, my experience of the “public square”—a metaphor I have used to describe the environment for a public university—was being at the State Capitol to meet with our representatives and senators about funding. Specifically, we are asking our elected officials to support our request for nearly $1M to begin the planning and design work in the upcoming fiscal year FY19 for renovations on our Cochran campus that are vital to enrollment growth. If we are successful, and the legislature and the Governor sign off on the University System of Georgia’s request, then we can look forward to the planning stage of our Cochran renovations beginning this summer.


Latest MGA Student Media Content Out Now!

Visit the Student Media website to check out the latest broadcast news video and the student newspaper.


African Lecture Series

The University System African Council is hosting a series of lectures on African literature and the Republic of Liberia at Middle Georgia State University’s Macon Campus.

Come explore and learn.


Finding Greatness: Madison Watson

Madison Watson works two jobs and serves as president of the Campus Activities Board on MGA’s Warner Robins Campus while pursuing her Bachelor of Science in Nursing.


YOUR KNIGHTLY NEWS FEB 19 2018

Your MGA Knightly News!

EVENTS WEEK OF FEB 19 – 24

FEB 19

C: Women’s Basketball vs. Auburn University Montgomery @ 5:30 pm

FEB 20

E: We Challenge U Red Cross Blood Drive, City of Eastman Room @ 2 – 7 pm


Office of Student Life Presents: Warner Robins Campus Events

Warner Robins Knights,

Check out what’s coming your way. Important updates and opportunities are inside! Keep scrolling to the end. Have a great week!


The MGA Model African Union (MAU) Goes to Washington

The MGA SEMAU (Model African Union) Students Bound for Washington, D.C.

Twelve MGA students, members of the MGA Model Africa Union Student Organization, will travel to Washington, D.C. to attend and participate in the 16th Annual International Model African Union Conference. The Conference will be held at Howard University from February 22-25, 2018. Eleven of the students are Ga Academy students and one is non-Ga Academy student.


Social Media Brown-Bag Lunch and Learn Sessions

The Office of Communications is currently planning two brown-bag Lunch and Learn sessions on managing social media – how to create effective content, build engagement, and use social platforms as effective, efficient communications tools.  These sessions will be held in February – one in Macon on Feb. 20, and one in Cochran on Feb. 27 Continue reading


Summer Scholars Program Now Accepting Applications

The Summer Scholars Program is a unique opportunity for high-achieving students to get a jumpstart on their college career in an immersive, engaging environment. Students earn six hours of core curriculum credit through four weeks of online summer instruction and a month-long, high impact campus experience, culminating in an optional service-learning trip to Savannah, Georgia.