MGA Police will be deploying a speed-detection trailer on the Macon Campus over the next few weeks.
Due to COVID-19, we have implemented changes in order to comply with social distancing and other safety measures.
In MGA’s Return to Campus Plan, the health and safety of students, faculty, and staff are paramount in the return to instruction and operations
I want to thank Trey Crisp ( Macon / WR campus Facilities Director)for his commitment to safety, and for stressing to his employees how important safety is!
As we near the severe weather months ahead, this would be a great time to know the shelter area for your building in case of emergencies.
Stay informed on the latest health, safety and sustainability issues by reading our updates. In this week’s update, you will learn how to protect yourself from the risk of mosquito bites and heat exhaustion. Check out preventative actions you can take and more by clicking the attached flyers. Zika Updates and Flyers- To see the attached Continue reading
Because of the health effects caused by the Zika virus disease, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on February 1, 2016. We have been giving you periodic updates from the CDC on Zika – we want to remind everyone to please take proper precautions when enjoying the outdoors this summer.
In this last week of National Safety Month, the National Safety Council has tips for keeping yourself and others safe on the road.
While there are still no locally-acquired Zika cases in the US, about 500 travel-associated cases have been reported. Here’s more information to help keep you and your loved ones safe.
The MGA Police Department will be hosting an Active Shooter Training for all Faculty and Staff during the summer.