Jennifer Stenander is the new vice president for Enrollment Management at Middle Georgia State University.
As a part of our new University Strategic Plan, there is an initiative under Strategic Direction 1 to “Increase the quality and preparedness of students enrolling at MGA.” As we move forward over the next several years to do just that, here is the baseline of the academic profile of our entering students.
Fall registrations are proceeding well! This week should see us surpass the 5,000 student mark. Keep up the great work in reaching out to our current students and assisting with new student advising, registration, and orientation. We are significantly up in new student and current student registrations compared to this same time last year so let’s keep this going…reminder that our fall enrollment goal is 3% above last year. Go T.E.A.M (Together Everyone Achieves More)!
As of June 15, 2015, we are -2% from our final USG Census date for Summer 2014. Census date this year is July 8, 2015 so these numbers may fluctuate a little over the next few weeks. Areas of growth include new transfers, new transient students and online course enrollments.
No show reporting for Second Session is now open. No shows will be due by Friday March 20 at noon.
Check out the new locations for Enrollment Management services in Cochran and Macon.
A friendly reminder that the Enrollment Call Center now serves as the primary point of contact for prospective and current students.
For the 2015-2016 academic year, there are some significant changes to two of the out of state tuition waivers that all should be aware of as we begin to enroll students for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Listed here are some financial aid tips for both our faculty, staff and students. Everyone is encouraged to ask questions or set up group training sessions for more information and please do encourage our students to check out the information events in the upcoming days.
Reporting no shows will be due by Wednesday January 21 at noon.