Office of Student Life Presents: Macon Campus Events

Macon Knights,

Check out what’s coming your way. Important updates and opportunities are inside! Keep scrolling to the end. Have a great week!


2018 Spring Garden Symposium

Be apart of GEORGIA’S BEAUTY: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at Middle Georgia State University Professional Sciences Building, on the 1st floor. Enter through Jones Building.


College Town Film Series To Screen ‘Women Of The Night: A Film Noir Exploration’

Macon’s film community kicks off 2018 with the 20th annual College Town Film Series, opening Jan. 25 at the historic Douglass Theatre in downtown Macon. The three-film series, sponsored by Wesleyan College, Mercer University, and Middle Georgia State University has the theme “Women of the Night: A Film Noir Exploration.” Read more about this upcoming Continue reading


MGA welcomes our new therapist, Charkela Gaston!

The Office of Counseling Services welcomes our new therapist, Charkela Gaston. She has a very strong background in Counseling and Disabilities we are very fortunate to have her on our team. Charkela’s main office will be located on the Macon campus SLC 266.    


MGA’s master’s degree in Nursing has produced its first graduates!

#MGA’s master’s degree in Nursing has produced its first graduates! The 11 students making up the charter class were pinned by members of their family or a Nursing faculty member during a July 25 ceremony on the Macon Campus. A pinning ceremony is a time-honored tradition where health sciences graduates are symbolically ushered into their Continue reading


School of Business hosts Lunch & Learn

Middle Georgia State University’s School of Business is hosting a Lunch & Learn to talk to prospective students about the new Master’s degree in Management. Drop by the Warner Robins Campus between 10:30 am – 1:30 pm on Thursday, July 20, in the Academic Services Building, 2nd floor. Enjoy pizza while learning about the Master Continue reading


Finding Greatness: Dr. Pushpa Yadav

You’ve probably heard of the sugar substitute called Stevia. Dr. Pushpa Yadav, assistant professor of Biology, and some of her students have been conducting tissue culture research on this natural, zero-calorie sugar plant.