Volunteers Needed for Future Georgia Educators Conference

Volunteers are needed for the Future Georgia Educators Conference. The conference, which is hosted annually by the School of Education, provides high school students who are interested in teaching an opportunity to visit a college campus and to learn more about the field of education.


Exam Proctoring Opportunities for Fall 2017

For the Fall 2017 Semester, Middle Georgia State University will continue the implementation of policies and procedures for proctoring exams for video conferencing courses.  Faculty and staff volunteers will serve as proctors, and proctors may be eligible for compensation as spelled out below. Dr. Stephen Svonavec will coordinate the implementation of the test proctoring procedure. Continue reading


Middle Georgia State Hosts Live Facebook Chat About Dual-Enrollment Program

Students and their parents interested in learning more about dually enrolling in college before graduating high school are invited to chat live via Facebook with Maggie Schuyler, assistant director of Admissions at Middle Georgia State University, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12.


Campus Store – Textbook Requisitions

All Textbook Requisitions for Spring and Summer semesters are due to the Campus Store on Monday, October 9th, 2017.


The Office of International Programs Visiting All Five Campuses

The Office of International Programs is visiting classes on all five campuses to promote our Summer 2018 study abroad opportunities.


UPDATE: Panel discussion on Macon Campus – “What can you do with an English major?”

The panel “What Can You Do with an English Major?” will be featured in The Writing Center, Macon, (TEB 226) on Tues. Sept 19 at 2 pm.


Middle Georgia State Early Childhood Degree Adds Reading Endorsement

Students graduating from Middle Georgia State University with a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education are now able to add a Reading Endorsement to their certification.


Workshop: Copyright and the TEACH Act

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


Finding Greatness: Charles Williams

Air Force veteran Charles Williams, now pursuing his master’s degree in IT from Middle Georgia State, is a charter member of the Graduate Studies Advisory Council. To read more about Charles’ contributions and his experience thus far as a graduate student click here.