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.
The Writing Center, Macon, (TEB 225) will host a Resume Writing Workshop, lead by Career Services Director Dr. Melinda Robinson-Moffett, on Wednesday, September 19, at 2 p.m. Strengthen your resume writing skills and market yourself as a professional!
Open to all students. Drop by, learn 12 essential skills, and test your knowledge!
Beginning Monday, August 27th, the Dublin store hours will change to Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
All vehicles must properly display a valid Middle Georgia State University parking permit to park on campus. If your vehicle already has a Middle Georgia State University Permit, please be sure to verify that it is still valid by checking the expiration date on the decal. The most current MGA Parking Decal expires August 15, Continue reading
Many of you have already noticed the recent changes in the lake. Over the past two (2) months we’ve seen a “bloom” of bladderwort and sago pondweed. To combat the additional plant life, we employed the services of Aquatic Escapes to treat the weeds with an aquatic herbicide that is totally safe for people, pets Continue reading
It is possible to do good work—great work—and to be fulfilled and inspired. It is possible to integrate our times of laughter, relaxation and innovation with what we do to help others.
School of Business professors Anthony Narsing, Mimi Ford, and Troy Sullivan recently published “Proposed Border Tax Adjustment – Implications to the U.S. Auto Industry” in the Journal of Contemporary Business Issues. They presented this paper at the 2018 MBAA International annual conference held in Chicago in late April and received the Best Distinguished Research Paper Continue reading
A new graduate of Middle Georgia State, Rachel Maddox is headed to Mercer Law School and a career advocating for civil rights.
In early May, five students became the first graduates of Middle Georgia State University’s Master of Arts in Teaching.