MGA’s Economic Impact Increases To $268 Million

MGA contributed a total of nearly $268 million to the economy in fiscal 2021 – an 8 percent increase over the previous year - and accounted for more than 2,600 jobs due to on- and off-campus spending, according to a recent report released by the University System of Georgia.

MGA’s economic impact is felt primarily, but not exclusively, in the counties where the institution has campuses – Bibb (Macon), Bleckley (Cochran), Laurens (Dublin), Dodge (Eastman, the home base of the University’s School of Aviation), and Houston (Warner Robins).

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Collage of all 5 MGA campuses: Macon, Eastman, Cochran, Warner Robins, and Dublin.