On behalf of the School of Aviation, I would like to welcome your family to Sky Camp this summer. Each year we share our love of aviation by offering a three-day camp to middle school-aged children. Our campers enjoy three fun-filled, informative days of aviation-related activities.
Middle Georgia State University’s flight education program at the Macon Downtown Airport is getting two additional airplanes thanks to the generosity of the Charles H. Jones Family Foundation. The foundation’s $800,000 gift will allow Middle Georgia State University (MGA) to purchase two single-engine Piper Archers, as well as two replacement engines, and put them into Continue reading
Aviation science major Ed Jolley, who recently donated bone marrow to help his father, is inspiring MGA classmates, staff and faculty with his determined dedication to his family and his studies.
North Carolina residents may be able to waive the out-of-state tuition at Middle Georgia State University.
A new agreement between Endeavor Air, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines, and Middle Georgia State University (MGA) will be providing students with yet another pathway to a career in the pilot’s seat. MGA has become the newest participant in Endeavor’s STEP – Student To Endeavor Pilot – initiative.
The results of the 2018 election for SAFE Board of Directors, held last month, brought three fresh faces to the SAFE Board of Directors. They are Hobie Tomlinson, Veronica Cote and Cres Wise. The three one-third of the nine Board members, ensuring continuous fresh SAFE member representation. Term limits for Board members were one of SAFE’s founding principles.
Amani Baker, majoring in air traffic management, works in MGA’s Career Services office and is active in student government and with the Campus Activities Board.
To celebrate the launch the Delta Propel Pilot Career Path Program, Middle Georgia State University and Delta Air Lines will be hosting a Liftoff event on the University’s Eastman campus on Thursday, August 16.
Middle Georgia State University is one of only eight universities in the nation that have been selected to participate in a new program that will put new pilots into sought-after jobs in the cockpits of Delta Air Lines jets.
The pathway to a high-paying job in aviation is becoming a lot more navigable, thanks to a partnership between Middle Georgia State University’s (MGA) School of Aviation and Delta Airlines. Delta’s partnership with MGA – one of only 45 schools nationwide that were selected to participate – is designed to help the University better prepare students to meet an industry need for qualified and well-trained aviation maintenance technicians.