Middle Georgia State University is a public, four-year, residential unit of the University System of Georgia located in Macon. Middle Georgia State offers master's, bachelor's and associate degrees, as well as some certificates, to students on five campuses in Middle Georgia, and online everywhere.
The institution has its origins dating to 1884, although it has changed significantly since 2012. Two established institutions were merged and became a new "state college" in 2013, and on July 1, 2015 that state college was renamed as Middle Georgia State University. The academic programs of the two legacy institutions were consolidated, and online classes were added to open those programs to more citizens on and off the campuses.
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