Middle Georgia State, Mercer and Wesleyan Gay-Straight and Other Student Alliances Host Forum on Proposed Legislation

  Middle Georgia State University’s Gay-Straight Alliance, a student organization, is hosting a public forum to discuss proposed religious freedom legislation in Georgia and its potential impact. Mercer University’s Common Ground group, Wesleyan College’s GLBAL and Council on Religious Unity groups and Georgia Equality are co-hosting the event, scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7, Continue reading


MGA Extends Public Service Four-Year Degree to Dublin Campus

Middle Georgia State University students in Dublin now have the opportunity to pursue the Bachelor of Science in Public Service/Human Services without having to travel to other campuses for some courses. MGA’s Department of Psychology, Sociology and Criminal Justice launched the degree on the University’s Dublin Campus this spring semester, which began January 9. “It’s Continue reading


The Writing Center Hours on Macon campus

The Writing Center on the Macon campus will open for Spring Semester on Tuesday, January 18. Spring hours will be Monday-Thursday, 11 am-5 pm. All students are welcome to bring writing assignments from any class for feedback! MGA’s  Macon campus Writing Center –  Spring 2017 Hours  


Middle Georgia State University Sponsors “Life and Limb: The Toll of the American Civil War” Exhibit & Lectures

  A traveling exhibit that explores the history of amputations endured by injured soldiers – an important, albeit difficult to discuss, aspect of the U.S. Civil War –   is coming to the Middle Georgia State University library on the Macon Campus. “Life and Limb: The Toll of the American Civil War,” a National Library of Continue reading


Middle Georgia State University’s First Master’s Degree Students Among Fall 2016 Candidates for Graduation

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


Fulbright UK Summer Institute Applications Open for US Undergraduates

The US-UK Fulbright Commission is once again excited to offer students a fantastic opportunity to be immersed in the study of British academia and culture via the Fulbright UK Summer Institutes program. Students will take part in research, collaboration, presentation, and cultural events at a prestigious British university. They will enhance their leadership skills, develop knowledge and Continue reading


MGA Mannequin Challenge

Checkout a few MGA faculty, staff and students participating in the Mannequin Challenge put together by Student Media. http://mgaeditor.wixsite.com/studentmedia/knightvision For more information about Student Media or to be a part of the staff, contact Dr. Andre Nicholson at andre.nicholson@mga.edu


Semester Notes Spring 2017 – Office of the Registrar

  Dear Faculty, We look forward to the beginning of a New Year and spring semester.  In an effort to assist you in syllabi planning and timely submission for various academic reporting requirements, this document will be posted prior to the beginning of each semester.   The SEMESTER NOTES pulls together data from several portions of Continue reading


How to register for Spring 2017

For returning students with a GPA of currently 2.5 or higher, the advising hold has been lifted from your SWORDS account – and if there are no other holds on your account you can now register yourself for Spring classes.  You can determine whether or not you have active holds by following the instructions found Continue reading