Students on the President’s List had a grade point average of at least 3.8. The Dean’s List includes students who had at least a 3.5 grade point average.
Dear Faculty, Check out some of the tutoring services and video streaming resources offered by our Student Success Center (SCC). Student Success Center tutors will gladly assist your students this summer via face-to-face and online tutoring. Students can book tutoring appointments for Accounting, Anatomy & Physiology, APA papers, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Economics, English, History, Information Continue reading
The Warner Robins Campus Library and the Student Success Center are collaborating to offer “Back to Basics” Summer 2017 workshop sessions relating to research, writing and study skills. If it has been some time since you’ve taken an English course or simply need more practice in research and writing, these sessions are designed to serve Continue reading
Dr. Michael Kenneth Holt is joining MGA as dean of the School of Business while Dr. Tara L. Underwood will take the helm of the School of Health Sciences.
MGA’s Dr. Matt Jennings explores the secrets of Macon’s greatest historic treasure. Read the story – and others – in the spring 2017 issue of MGA Today!
My thanks to each of you—faculty or staff—for bringing 1082 students to graduation this week. You have found your greatness, as well as theirs, in this year. Read more about this week’s commencement ceremonies here.
Friendly Reminder: Rental books are due to the Campus Store by close of business on Tuesday, May 9th.
An Air Force veteran who served in Afghanistan, Biology major Edwin Yu is now pursuing a career in dentistry.
All ceremonies will take place in the Recreation and Wellness Center on MGA’s Macon Campus. About 600 students total are candidates for graduation. Steve J. Daugherty, CEO of Coliseum Northside Hospital, and Herman Boone, the legendary high school football coach portrayed in the movie “Remember the Titans,” are the commencement speakers for Middle Georgia State Continue reading
The Open Education Group is accepting applications for 2017-2018 OER Research Fellowships to do research on the impact of open educational resources and open pedagogy. The fellowships provide travel for conferences (Open Education) as well as small stipends for research. This research is centered on the COUP framework (Cost of learning materials, student success Outcomes, Continue reading