The Green Zone can best be described as a location recognized by veterans and active service members as a safe place. Green Zone Training has been scheduled for Thursday, August 4th at 9am and 10:30am. Training participants will learn about issues potentially facing these two student groups.
The University System of Georgia continues to move in the direction of applying to become an Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U) Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP) State. Middle Georgia State University is actively engaged in the effort and will hold two drop-in informational sessions on LEAP.
Nominations are being solicited for the faculty excellence awards. The deadline for (1-3 page) nomination (or self-nomination) letters is February 12.
Information session to be held Nov. 18 for students interested in the master’s degree in information technology or the master’s degree in nursing.
The University was awarded a $10,800 grant from Affordable Learning Georgia to help two faculty members redesign their courses to accommodate no-fee textbooks available through OpenStax.
Effective Fall 2015 the University has started the collection of mid-term grades.
All students are encouraged to meet with their academic advisor during the advising period and register for courses for Spring 2016 and Summer 2016 during the registration period.
Middle Georgia State welcomes a visiting review team from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS-COC) this week. The visit is scheduled for today through Thursday.
ALG has noted some interesting open educational resources research and important information about their presentation at the 2015 Georgia Summit.
Students off campus — or even on campus — now have a new option for meeting with an advisor: They can chat online via e-Advising, which was launched this month by the Office of Academic Affairs.