As your vice president for student affairs, I am responsible for ensuring that the Division of Student Affairs represents and advocates for all our students.
From November 1-22 2019, the University administered its first ever Student Campus Climate Survey for Diversity & Inclusion.
Following the program and lunch, they had their annual Greatness Awards which recognizes greatness within Student Affairs. Members of the Division of Student Affairs nominate their colleagues for these awards.
For several years running, Middle Georgia State University faculty member Liz Riley has been among the campers at the Greater Macon Sleepout, an annual event to raise money to help homeless members of the community. Riley, an associate professor in the School of Business, talks openly about losing a brother to alcoholism and homelessness, so the fundraiser is close to her heart. This year, she wondered if any student organizations might like to participate. To her pleasant surprise, three Middle Georgia State (MGA) student organizations stepped up.
The Division of Student Affairs has published its 2017-2018 annual report
Your MGA Knightly News! Click on the link for details of an event. C: Cochran, D: Dublin, E: Eastman, M: Macon, W: Warner Robins, A: All campuses STUDENT LIFE EVENTS WEEK OF AUG 23 – 30 AUG 23 D: Club Rush, LIB 107 @ 11am – 1 pm AUG 24 E: Service Continue reading
The Office of Student Affairs is pleased to announce the addition of Melissa Skolnick to our staff.
On May 9, 2018, the Division of Student Affairs hosted its 4th annual Student Affairs Conference. This year’s program included: Leading With Your Heart led by Keith Wenrich, Director of Recreational Sports at the University of Georgia. Student Affairs: Your Impact on Enrollment led by Jennifer Stenander of the Stenander Group How and When to Continue reading
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The Professional Closet is an MGA service, maintained by the Career Services office, that gives students a place to buy gently used professional clothing, shoes, and accessories for job interviews. Each item of clothing – donated by MGA faculty, staff, students and members of the community – is $5 or less. If you’re a current student or recent grad who needs a job-interview outfit or if you have gently used professional clothing you’d like to donate, call 478.471.2714 for more info.