Club football is looking for volunteer student coaches who are looking to gain experience, or may be searching for a career in coaching. MGA is asking that anyone from any of our five campuses interested in being part of a winning program, and would like to jump-start their career in coaching, send your letter of Continue reading
If you’re a staff or faculty member who places orders for items to be delivered to the Cochran Campus, please make sure to emphasize that our University is located on Second Street, not Second Avenue. There is a Second Avenue in Cochran – it’s located in the Dykesboro neighborhood, which is made up of small, Continue reading
This week’s home matchups: Men’s Soccer, 7 p.m. Tuesday, August 30, vs. Reinhardt, NeSmith Field, Cochran Campus. Women’s Soccer, 6 p.m. Friday, September 2, vs. Point, NeSmith Field, Cochran Campus. Free to all MGA students, faculty and staff with ID. Go Knights!
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Cochran now has an all night study space in Alderman Hall on a trial basis.
Money!! Now that we have your attention, check out these upcoming money management sessions hosted by Middle Georgia State on the Cochran & Macon campuses. Open to students and the general public.
Stop by Roberts Memorial Library on the Cochran Campus during a Research Workshop to receive help from our knowledgeable reference librarians. Reservations are recommended.
The Office of Career Services is extremely pleased to officially announce that we now have an office on the Cochran campus! Our location is Sanford Hall, Room 112. Hours and contact information posted here.
An exhibition of watercolors by Dwight Rose is featured at Middle Georgia State University’s Peacock Gallery from Monday, Nov. 16, through Friday, Jan. 15, 2016. The Gallery Talk and Opening Reception is 6 to 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 16. Peacock Gallery is located in Russell Hall on the Cochran Campus.
If you have not had a chance to go come out to the Peacock Gallery of Russell Hall then do so now before you miss the final art exhibit of the fall 2015 semester.