If you’re a Fall’16 graduate and interested in participating in MGA’s graduation slideshow, send us selfies! These can be of you alone or with people who encouraged and inspired you as you journeyed toward completion of your degree. Surprise your loved ones! Include and email your selfies to MarComm: Up to 5 photos Appropriate pics 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
Nearly 30 MGA students set sail for the Dominican Republic as pioneers in the University’s first “impact travel” venture.
All Campus Stores will be closed June 27th – 30th, 2017 for inventory. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you.
The Knights Food Court, located in the Student Life Center on the Macon campus, will be closed starting Monday, May 22nd, through the beginning of August to complete a renovation. Once the hall reopens for the fall semester, it will operate as a residential dining venue, similar to the Georgia Dining Hall on the Cochran Continue reading
On Monday, 5/15 and Tuesday, 5/16, all Blackboard Transact systems will be down in order to complete a full system upgrade. This will affect registers at all food service locations, which will require food operations to be closed. Normal summer hours for dining services will resume Wednesday, May 17th. For a list of summer Continue reading
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.
MGA inducted its first members of Alpha lota Mu (AIM) honor society chapter on May 5th. Learn more about AIM and its members here.
The presentations are designed to demonstrate the analytical, research, writing and rhetorical skills the students honed during their studies. Learn more about this capstone course and the students’ presentations here.
The funding will be applied to Brothers of Leadership and Distinction (BOLD), a student organization. Learn more here.
Rachel Hastings is the President’s Scholar for MGA’s Class of 2017. Find out more about how her experience at MGA has influenced her next step in her career.