A former dual-enrollment student, Morgan Baggett took a break from college after a temporary move away but has now resumed her pursuit of a Bachelor’s degree at the Dublin Campus of Middle Georgia State University.
At age 17, MGA dual enrollment student Eliza Usher is a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, president of the Warner Robins Campus Student Activities Board, and busy applying for an internship with the FBI.
Michael Koohang recently completed an undergraduate internship at Georgia Tech that focused on civic data research. Thanks in large part to dual enrollment, Koohang will complete his B.S. in Information Technology by the time he is 18 years old
The Summer Scholars Program is a unique opportunity for high-achieving students to get a jumpstart on their college career in an immersive, engaging environment. Students earn six hours of core curriculum credit through four weeks of online summer instruction and a month-long, high impact campus experience, culminating in an optional service-learning trip to Savannah, Georgia.
The fall 2018 edition of MGA Today magazine is now online! Read about high school students getting a jumpstart on college through Middle Georgia State’s dual enrollment program. Other articles explore the University’s Knights Impact service-learning abroad program, the Knights athletics program, the charter graduating class of students in the master’s degree in nursing, and Continue reading
Middle Georgia State is an attractive option for the region’s high school students who want to take part in Move On When Ready. Learn how you can jump-start your college experience here.