#MiddleGAVotes is a non-partisan coalition of businesses, civic organizations, and colleges and universities in the region dedicated to increasing civic involvement and voter registration among their employees and, in the case of educational institutions, students. The goal of #MiddleGAVotes is to inspire, inform, equip, and empower all Middle Georgians to become voters. What’s your status? Do you have the power? Are you registered to vote? Watch for more from #MiddleGAVotes!
All five campuses are hosting the Spring Enrollment Blitz this week only! Students this is your chance to meet directly with departments involved in the enrollment process. Check the schedule and plan to join us!
Advising and Registration are still open for Spring and Summer 2018 Semesters! Spring 2018 classes begin on January 8, 2018 Popular classes are filling fast If you haven’t registered yet, you should do so today Having trouble locating your advisor? Check the Find Your Advisor page or call 478 471-2792. Classes available for Spring 2018 can be Continue reading
The graduation application deadline is Wednesday, March 15, 2017. Students may now login into their SWORDS account to apply for graduation. Students should not reapply if applied previously online or via hardcopy form. Students may also contact a Graduation Coordinators: Monique Walker, 478-471-2900 (Macon Campus) or Kimberly Noles, 478- 934-3036 (Cochran Campus) Detailed instructions are Continue reading
You are invited to register for the Asia Council of the University System of Georgia’s annual faculty symposium to be held April 7–8. This year’s focus is “Teaching Japan.” This faculty development opportunity will explore Japan’s global significance, historical and contemporary issues, artistic and literary traditions, and more—all with a goal of incorporating Japan into Continue reading
The dates and deadlines for summer and fall 2016 registration are up. Be sure to get with your respective people so both faculty and students are prepared for the upcoming semesters.
This morning we have 76% of our spring headcount and 75% of our credit hour goals registered. These next three weeks are critical for working with our continuing students prior to them leaving for the break.
An update on Spring 2016 registration, with links to more detailed reports.
All students are encouraged to meet with their academic advisor during the advising period and register for courses for Spring 2016 and Summer 2016 during the registration period.
While enrollment has declined over the past decade, together we can reach this year’s goal!