Middle Georgia State University Receives Peyton Anderson Foundation Grant for Student Success Center

The Peyton Anderson Foundation announced its latest round of grant recipients, where 18 community organizations will receive $3,797,652 towards place-based projects that benefit the needs of thousands of Central Georgians.

The largest grant is $1.5 million to Middle Georgia State University (MGA) for its Center to Launch and Sustain Student Success. The proposed 8,000-square-foot Macon campus center will be a key resource in helping prospective, incoming and current students navigate the process of applying to college, securing financial aid, meeting with academic advisors, registering for classes and transitioning into their professional careers, all within one central space. LearnĀ more about how the Peyton Anderson Foundation awards grant funding and how it is benefiting community driven incentives.