MGA Success at Math Tournament

One 137 students from five states and 14 colleges and universities competed in the University of North Georgia’s 24th Annual Mathematics tournament on Saturday, April 7, 2018, on the Gainesville campus.

Middle Georgia State University placed second among 37 competing teams in the afternoon team competition and fourth overall for the tournament.

Competing students from Middle Georgia State University were Wade Lee, Shani Edmond, Tevin Fudge, John Verboom, Benedict Tong, Gabriel Loos, Ryota Tsutsumi, Marquis Brown, and Jahbari Wallace.


Arts Festival presents The Art of Business and a Collective Mural Project

Arts Festival 2018 is wrapping up this week with our last two events. Mark your calendars and come out and meet the owner of Ampersand Guild located in downtown Macon. Business owner and artist, Daniel Montoute will present a talk and an art demonstration on both the Cochran and Macon campuses.


Counseling Services: How To Refer Students

As we near the end of the semester, it’s normal to see a spike in stress and anxiety. As a member of the MGA community, you are constantly interacting with students! The Office of Counseling Services wants you to feel confident in what to look for, and most importantly, how to refer a student to our office so they can get the help they need.


Office of Student Life Presents: Warner Robins Campus Events

Warner Robins Knights,

Check out what’s coming your way. Important updates and opportunities are inside! Keep scrolling to the end. Have a great week!


Middle Georgia State University Student Organization Hosts Voter Registration Drive

A Middle Georgia State University (MGA) student organization is hosting a voter registration drive on the Macon Campus from noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday, April 18. MGA students, employees, and members of the community are welcome to register to vote or learn how to check their registration status at this event.


President’s Blog: Continued Focus on Growth

Since I published my last blog, three important enrollment initiatives have occurred. Last weekend many of us met on our Cochran, Eastman, and Macon campuses to welcome hundreds of students and their guests to our first ever fully-fledged Open Houses. I thank the many staff and faculty who did an amazing job, with many of our Facilities staff even coming in at 5 am that morning. For several weeks many of us prepared for this occasion, and it was clearly a great success.


MGA Spring Health Fair (Part 2)

MGA Health Clinic is hosting a Spring Health Fair on the Warner Robins on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Oak Hall Lobby

There will be FREE health screenings, free HIV testing, giveaways, Red Cross Blood Drive, campus/community vendors, and more! PLEASE JOIN US!

For any additional questions, please contact via phone at (478) 471-2092.


Engaging Students with Turnitin.com

CETL Archive Additions: Engaging Students with Turnitin.com

Many instructors are familiar with turnitin.com as a plagiarism checker/deterrent, but it also contains a variety of other features that encourage students to engage in more effective composing processes.