Middle Georgia State University is closely monitoring the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak that was first detected in China earlier this year and has since spread to other countries.
In light of recent suspicious packages being mailed around the country, MGA Police Department has provided faculty/staff with suspicious mail handling resources.
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.
While the Zika virus has been out of the media spotlight, the CDC continues to work diligently with other organizations to help keep us safe and aware. As of March 29, 2017, there have been 5,182 Zika cases reported in the United States (110 of these in Georgia). Over 4,000 of these cases were Continue reading
Middle Georgia State University Police Officers will soon participate in “No Shave November”.
This notice is being communicated to remind you that the latest edition of the Annual Security Report (ASR) has been filed with the U.S. Department of Education for Middle Georgia State University (MGA)
In an effort to prevent accidents and injuries, MGA and Cochran Police Departments have begun enforcement of crosswalks on Second Street and Cook Road.
Because of the health effects caused by the Zika virus disease, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on February 1, 2016. We have been giving you periodic updates from the CDC on Zika and will continue to do so through InsideMGA and the Environmental Health & Safety web page.
MGA is requiring AlcoholEdu and Haven training for all students – avoid a hold on your records by completing the required training.