On April 14, 2015, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia (USG) approved a 9% tuition increase for Middle Georgia State for the 2015-16 academic year. The institution’s current state college tuition rate of $99.67 per credit hour will increase next year to $108.67 per credit hour – an increase of $9 per credit hour. For a student taking a full 15-hour course load, the total tuition increase will be $135 per semester. We understand that any increase in tuition, no matter how small, will impact our students. This tuition increase is necessary for us to increase baccalaureate and master’s education and provide richer educational experiences. Middle Georgia State and the USG are committed to minimizing the financial impact of the transition to state university tuition by gradually increasing tuition over a six-year period.
As of July 1st, the Office of Marketing & Communications will be aligned with and reporting to the Office of President, rather than the Division of Enrollment Management.
If you’re a Spring ’19 graduate and interested in participating in MGA’s graduation slideshow, send us selfies! These can be of you alone or with people who encouraged and inspired you as you journeyed toward completion of your degree. Surprise your loved ones! Include and email your selfies to MarComm: MAXIMUM of 2 photos Appropriate pics for the occasion – Keep it PG
Middle Georgia State University’s Department of Teacher Education and Social Work is thrilled to introduce our new e-magazine, Inspire.
The Macon Civic Club show is occurring Jan 30-Feb 2. They are offering a $2 discount on Wednesday/Thursday ticket pricing for all Middle Georgia State employees, students and their guests. The discount applies to performances on 1/30-31.
North Carolina residents may be able to waive the out-of-state tuition at Middle Georgia State University.
Share in the excitement by tagging your social media with #MGAgrad. On December 13th, Graduates, family and friends are encouraged to join in on the fun and tag MGA to celebrate the big day!
The Georgia Education Advancement Council (GEAC) has recognized Cheryl Carty,
Middle Georgia State University’s chief marketing officer and assistant vice president,
for individual achievement in marketing and communications.
Continuing an upward trend, Middle Georgia State University (MGA) this fall posted the second-highest percentage increase in enrollment in the University System of Georgia.
MGA’s fall 2018 enrollment reached 7,802 students, according to the system’s official report released this week. That is a 6.36 percent increase over last fall. Only Georgia Tech, with a 11.4 percent increase, posted a higher gain.
Middle Georgia State University announces the 2018 summer semester President’s List and Dean’s List. Students on the President’s List had a grade point average of at least 3.8.
The Fall 2018 Old Book Sale in Macon happens October 18th – 20th.