Do you love to read? Do you enjoy the challenge of writing? Have you thought about majoring in English, but you just can’t see yourself teaching?
The MGA Music Program presents a series of outdoor concerts, 5:30 each Wednesday in October, in the SLC Amphitheater.
The SOAL Collective Action Series will present the Lived Experiences: A Discussion on Race, Diversity and Equity. This panel discussion is open to MGA students, faculty and staff!
To honor the charge by President Christopher Blake to continually aspire to the values of stewardship, adaptability, engagement and learning during this racially charged time, we present the School of Arts and Letters Collective Action Series.
The session will take place Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM.
Middle Georgia State University’s Office of Graduate Studies is hosting a web-based meeting at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 27.
#MGA’s spring play, presented by the School of Arts & Letters, is “DNA.”
The School of Arts & Letters full Spring schedule is now available.
There are several upcoming events presented by The School of Arts & Letters and the Office of Student Life to celebrate Black History Month.
The Middle Georgia State University (MGA) School of Arts & Letters is rolling out new “work-ready” concentrations in various degree programs to help students chart specific paths into careers.