The Professional Closet is an MGA service, maintained by the Career Services office, that gives students a place to buy gently used professional clothing, shoes, and accessories for job interviews. Each item of clothing – donated by MGA faculty, staff, students and members of the community – is $5 or less. If you’re a current student or recent grad who needs a job-interview outfit or if you have gently used professional clothing you’d like to donate, call 478.471.2714 for more info.
The Women’s Studies Association in partnership with the Gay/Straight Alliance and the History Student Association, announces its annual Homeless Women’s Care Package Drive. We are looking for the following items: feminine hygiene items, baby wipes, underwear of all sizes, toothbrushes, toothpaste, bars of soap, deodorant, body lotion, hand sanitizer, granola and protein bars, as well Continue reading
Leadership Opportunities within in the Community for MGA Employees In the strategic planning process this year you said that the University needed to invest in employees and improve the climate. We have identified several opportunities for leadership development for faculty and staff in the region. The University is interested in providing an opportunity for employees Continue reading
Middle Georgia State University Police Officers will soon participate in “No Shave November”.
View a list of the upcoming Knights home games.
This notice is being communicated to remind you that the latest edition of the Annual Security Report (ASR) has been filed with the U.S. Department of Education for Middle Georgia State University (MGA)
In an effort to prevent accidents and injuries, MGA and Cochran Police Departments have begun enforcement of crosswalks on Second Street and Cook Road.
The annual MGA Air Show is fast approaching. Volunteers can now sign up to participate in the event.
Do you know of a high school baseball player between the ages of 15-18? If so, we want you to invite them to attend MGA’s Baseball Camp and Showcase.
Because of the health effects caused by the Zika virus disease, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on February 1, 2016. We have been giving you periodic updates from the CDC on Zika and will continue to do so through InsideMGA and the Environmental Health & Safety web page.