At this moment, Spring 2021 commencement ceremonies will occur on Tuesday May 11th, Wednesday May 12th, and Thursday May 13th.
I am very happy to inform you that, after extensive considerations, I have authorized our Commencement Committee to make preparations for in-person Commencement Exercises for this Spring 2021, on our Macon campus.
The Class of 2020 will long be remembered for its resilience, grace, and tenacity. We want to honor their accomplishments and have planned a number of virtual celebrations to take place next week.
Nearly 630 students are eligible to graduate from Middle Georgia State University at spring commencement ceremonies scheduled for Thursday, May 9. Mary LoVerde, president of Life Balance Inc., and a writer and speaker, will be the commencement speaker.
Kindly save the date for our three (3) fall commencement ceremonies which are scheduled for Thursday, May 9th. Additional graduation reminders will be sent which will contain information for faculty and staff. Please note: the graduation webpage has been updated with all important details.
This week we shall celebrate the graduation of another cohort of MGA students at our Commencement Exercises. Although Independence Day is six months away in the heat of summer, for these 400+ students who will cross the stage on Thursday it will for many of them feel like they have achieved an extraordinary sense of independence! And they shall join our ever-expanding family of alumni across the state, nation and world.
Nearly 600 students are candidates for graduation at Middle Georgia State University’s 2018 spring commencement ceremonies, scheduled for Tuesday, May 8.
From the President’s Stand for Greatness blog: This Thursday, more than 500 students will graduate from Middle Georgia State University. Their commencement caps the end of our Fall semester, as we prepare to enjoy some rest and recreation with loved ones this holiday season. Of the 516 candidates for graduation, 37 will receive master’s degrees, Continue reading
Graduation is only 10 days away! Staff members unable to participate in graduation due to work responsibilities: Your involvement during the start of the processional is pivotal in generating excitement for our graduates; We are asking you, if scheduling allows, to step away from your offices/buildings for no more than 5-10 minutes and applaud the Continue reading
Nearly 1,100 students earned their post-secondary credential from the state’s newest public University in 2015-16, about 520 of whom will walk across the stage at our three Spring Commencement ceremonies, scheduled over two days—Wednesday May 11, and Thursday, May 12.