Middle Georgia State University’s Macon Campus Earns 10th Consecutive Tree Campus USA Designation

For the 10th consecutive year, the Arbor Day Foundation recognizes the Macon Campus of Middle Georgia State University as a Tree Campus USA.

Tree Campus USA is a program founded by the Arbor Day Foundation to recognize colleges and universities that effectively manage trees and engage students in participating in campus beautification and educating them on environmental issues.


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.


Writing Center Offers Midterm Assistance

Midterm anxiety? The Writing Center, Macon, (TEB 226) is available to help with writing assignment for all courses. Our hours are 11-5, M-Th. We look forward to seeing you!


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


Using Inquizitive in Your Course

This tool integrates nicely with Brightspace and allows students to work on basic writing issues like grammar, punctuation, and citation at their own pace. This presentation will demonstrate how InQuizitive works and guide attendees through the process of setting it up in a new course.


The ABC’s of Disability Services

This workshop will present critical information for faculty and staff on accommodating students with documented disabilities. After the presentation, faculty should be able to:
•A – Address the issues head on;
•B – Balance the needs of the student with the expectations of the class;
•C – Communicate with the student to minimize problems and offer solutions.


Intellectual Property: Copyright Law and the TEACH ACT

This workshop presents an overview of the copyright provisions that apply in university settings, both in person and online, as well as best practices for complying with intellectual property law.