Three #MGA Honors Program students presented research at the Georgia Collegiate Honors Council Conference (GCHC), which was held virtually March 12-13.
MACON, Ga. — A new study reveals college graduation rates continue to vary widely between races, with Black students obtaining the lowest rate.
Two upcoming events from the CCLD
Joey Bronner, a church music director and private percussion and piano instructor, is pursuing #MGA’s Bachelor of Arts in Contemporary Musicianship to take his career to a new level.
MGA Announces Summer 2020 President’s And Dean’s Lists
Jiel Combs studied business at #MGA and put his knowledge to work to become an entrepreneur.
Jordan Pridgeon, who is pursuing the Bachelor of Arts in Media and Communication, is editor of the MGA student newspaper, The Statement, and layout editor of the art and literary publication, The Fall Line Review.
Finding Greatness: U.S. Army veteran Chip Fulcher is now completing his B.A. in history from MGA with the goal of becoming a military historian.
Kartavya Trivedi, vice president of MGA’s Cyber Knights, has successfully competed in several national cybersecurity competitions and presented projects to industry professionals at national conferences.