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.
MGA is requiring AlcoholEdu and Haven training for all students – avoid a hold on your records by completing the required training.
Employees are required to undergo various training programs from time to time, so Ron Ardelean, director of the University’s risk management department, has put together the following summary of current program training requirements currently in place. Please check to see which program applies to you!
Nearly 600 students have finished their training early, finish yours by November 15 for a chance to win a VIP parking pass for Spring and Summer. Deadline to avoid a grade hold is November 23.
Student deadline for Part 1 has passed. Complete Part 2 early (by November 15) for prizes! Students who do not complete required training are subject to a grade hold. New deadline for faculty and staff announced.
More than 300 students completed Part 1 of the EverFi Haven and AlcoholEdu online training by September 15 and qualified to be entered in the drawing for one of 12 VIP parking passes for Fall semester. Click here for winners!
Those students who complete Part 1 of both Haven and AlcoholEdu early (by September 15) will be entered in a drawing to win one of 12 VIP parking passes for Fall 2015!
One week into implementation of USG-provided online Title IX training, some 700 members of the MGA community (nearly 240 faculty and staff, and nearly 460 students) have either completed, begun, or registered for EverFi’s Haven, AlcoholEdu, and/or Haven for Employees. Here are answers to a few FAQs.
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.