You can see MGA’s most current updates on the COVID-19 preparations and links to expert sources at www.mga.edu/healthtopics.
In light of recent suspicious packages being mailed around the country, MGA Police Department has provided faculty/staff with suspicious mail handling resources.
The Rape Aggression Defense Course (RAD) is available to all females, affiliated or unaffiliated with MGA. The link in the flyer is active. One should click the link which will take them to a registration form that should be completed to sign up for the course. Once completed and submitted, each participant should receive an automatic response saying they have successfully registered for a RAD Course.
This week is the final opportunity for students to begin mandatory training. They must complete parts 1 and 2 of Haven and AlcoholEdu by May 9, or be granted an exemption, to avoid a Spring grade hold.
While our 2015 Campus Climate Survey shows that some 92% of Middle Georgia State University (MGA) students feel safe on campus, all new students, all residential students, and students in positions of leadership at MGA will be required to take online training this Fall, as will all faculty and staff.