As students prepare for midterm exams and projects, how are we each “owning” our responsibility to support their success? As they look ahead toward the next semester, how are we each “owning” our duty to help them make wise choices? With more than 80% of our graduates remaining in Middle Georgia after graduation, the investment of time and energy we make in our students results in success not only for each of them, but for all of us in this region. Thank you for keeping that in mind and our students’ success at heart as we reach the midpoint of our Fall semester!
Join us on Tuesday, October 9th at 6 p.m. for a FREE screening of Loving Vincent, presented by the Department of Media, Culture, & the Arts, and by the Interdisciplinary Film Series. Poster credit: Professor D.L. Simmons Interdisciplinary Film Event: Loving Vincent 6 PM, Continue reading
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C: Cochran, D: Dublin, E: Eastman, M: Macon, W: Warner Robins, A: All campuses
In the coming years we must rigorously apply this principle of intentionality in knowing what purpose we are addressing with every student we recruit, retain, and graduate here at Middle Georgia State.
International Students and Studies Association will be meeting on the Macon campus in the COAS building, room 216 at 3:30 p.m. on the following dates: 9/11/18 10/2/18 10/16/18 10/30/18 11/13/18 Dates are subject to change. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Are you passionate about MGA, a natural leader with exuding positivity and excited to share your experience with future students? We are looking for dependable, public speakers. Keep reading to find out if this opportunity sounds like a good fit for you and if so we encourage you to apply.
We are going to make candles, lip balm and lotion using bee’s wax from our hives on our Cochran campus. Everyone is welcome to participate!
Middle Georgia State University’s Voices of Impact Lecture Series premiers at 6:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, with guest speaker Dr. Vernard Hodges, veterinarian, entrepreneur and author.
Due to additional requested changes, the Fall 2018 Cochran-Eastman transit route has adjusted some of its departure times and now has a final schedule for the semester
As a practical matter, Margaret Wallace didn’t “need” a college degree.