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.
MGA’s Office of Marketing and Communications is currently looking for two MGA students to work as interns in our office – one to work closely with the Marketing side of things and the other to work with Communications. For both interns, we’re looking for strong communicators who are capable of self-directed work and multitasking.
Middle Georgia State University is the headquarters of the Georgia Center of Innovation for Aerospace. The center’s former director, Steve Justice, just made Georgia Trend’s latest list of 100 Most Influential Georgians! He is now executive director of the broader Georgia Centers of Innovation. Congratulations, Steve!! Click here to see the full list: 100 Most Influential Continue reading
Please save the date and plan to attend MGA’s State of the University Address by Dr. Christopher Blake. It will be held at 9 a.m. in the PSC Banquet Hall.
The John Shrum Award is the highest honor that Southeastern Association for Science Teacher Education (SASTE) presents to someone with a lifelong commitment to science education and outstanding SASTE leadership. Please see the script written below from an award presentation at the annual meeting of (SASTE) held at Kennesaw State University in October entailing the association’s Continue reading
“On the Margins” is the theme of the 2017 College Town Film Series, which kicks off Thursday, Jan. 26, at the Douglass Theater in Macon. A collaboration of Middle Georgia State University, Wesleyan College and Mercer University, the annual College Town Film Series brings students, faculty and the public together to view and discuss educational Continue reading
The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety In Georgia (GOHS) and Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) recently released a public service announcement (PSA) featuring MGA’s Sgt. Greg Mauldin. The aim of the campaign is to educate drivers on the importance of driving without distraction and preventing texting while driving, which has become a serious problem on Georgia highways Continue reading
If you’re a Fall’16 graduate and interested in participating in MGA’s graduation slideshow, send us selfies! These can be of you alone or with people who encouraged and inspired you as you journeyed toward completion of your degree. Surprise your loved ones! Include and email your selfies to MarComm: Up to 5 photos Appropriate pics Continue reading
MGA’s Compliance Coordinator/Head Volleyball Coach, Orlando Gonzalez and his family, have roles in Macon Little Theatre’s musical “Raold Dahl’s Willy Wonka” and invite you to check it out! Mr. Gonzalez and his family will be starring in the following roles: Mr. Gonzalez > Grandpa George Mrs. Gonzalez > Ms. Teavee Kenzie > Charlie’s friend Gracie > Continue reading
Middle Georgia State University’s first master’s degree students will be among those eligible to receive diplomas at fall 2016 graduation, scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 15, at the Recreation and Wellness Center on the Macon Campus. Nearly 500 total candidates for graduation, including 10 master’s program students, completed degree requirements at the end of fall semester. Continue reading
Benjamin Brantley wasn’t looking to make history when he joined Middle Georgia State University’s charter class of graduate students. Even now, after learning that by luck of alphabetical order he will be the first student handed a Middle Georgia State master’s degree diploma, the 24-year-old’s response is characteristically low-key: “Good.” What’s better is Brantley’s confidence Continue reading