The Rape Aggression Defense Course (RAD) is available to all females, affiliated or unaffiliated with MGA. The link in the flyer is active. One should click the link which will take them to a registration form that should be completed to sign up for the course. Once completed and submitted, each participant should receive an automatic response saying they have successfully registered for a RAD Course.
MGA would like to welcome the following new members of our staff and faculty who have joined us since October 1st–we’re glad to have you on board! William Potkulski, Aviation/MDA, Macon Joelle Walls, School of Business, Macon Welcome to MGA! We’d also like to congratulate the following who have taken on a new position at MGA. Joel Continue reading
If you’re interested in a career in Criminal Justice and want to learn more about the hiring process, job opportunities, and how much you can make in the field with a degree in criminal justice please attend the event scheduled on November 7th in Cochran at Walker Hall Auditorium from 11:00 AM – 12:30 Pm, Continue reading
Please come out to the Macon campus and meet the service men and women who serve you.
Mandatory for all Employees Minors on Campus Policy Training The Board of Regents (BOR) of the University System of Georgia (USG) approved a policy governing programs and activities serving non-student minors. The safety and well-being of these visitors to our campus is of the highest concern. The USG is committed to best practices that will Continue reading
Spring and summer months bring more than just warm weather. Wildlife that has been dormant through the colder months – including snakes – have now awakened and are in search of sustenance. The majority of the snakes that live in Middle Georgia are non-venomous and pose no public threat. The chance of seeing a venomous Continue reading
The MGA Police will be conducting three Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) courses this Spring Semester on three different campuses. This class is student promoted, but faculty and staff are more than welcome to register. Please note this is a women’s only class. To register or for more information email: RAD@mga.edu.
Chief Shawn Douglas recently presented the 2016 MGA Police Department Services Awards to officers in the department who have gone above and beyond the call of duty, recognizing four in the department.
Lieutenant Stephanie Lampp of the MGA Police Department was recognized on Friday, March 25 for graduating Instructor Training at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center in Forsyth.
Our police chief and assistant vice president for police services and risk management was recognized for being one of the members of the inaugural graduating class of the USG’s new Chief’s Leadership Initiative Program.