On the Cover
Charles H. Jones, far right, the civic leader
for whom Macon State's newest academic facility is named, poses with
some of the students who will benefit from the ultra - modern labs
and classrooms the building contains. Left to right, the
students and their degree programs are Brook Duffy, respiratory
therapy; Demeterius Ellison, biology (pre - med); Pamela Lawson,
nursing; Jon Martin; health services administration; Breezy Houston,
health information management; and Todd Greene, nursing.
(Photo: Bruce Radcliffe)
Introducing the Charles H. Jones Building
Macon State College formally dedicates the CharlesH. Jones
Building, a first - rate, futuristic academic facility that will
take degree programs in nursing, health sciences, natural sciences
and math to greater levels of excellence.
Walk This Way
New pedestrian walkways enhance the campus environment for Macon
State College students.
How to Earn More Money
Over a Lifetime: Graduate from College
A recent university System of Georgia study confirms that the
opportunity to increase lifetime earning potential is among the many
good reasons to go to college.
College Pays Off in Other Ways
Coming This Fall:
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Completion Degree
The Georgia Board of Nursing grants approval to Macon State's four
- year nursing degree for practicing RNs, clearing the way for the
program's introduction in fall 2004.
Warner Robins Campus
Macon State's WRC continues to thrive with record enrollments and
the Warner Robins City Council's donation of 70 acres for
future expansion of facilities.
Macon State Now Responsible for Bachelor's Degree in Business
in Houston County
Getting Lean for Robins Air Force Base and Houston County
Center for Innovation
One of Georgia's Centers of Innovation Strategy, an initiative
launched by Gov. Sonny Perdue to grow long - term economic
opportunities, is now based at Macon State's Warner Robins Campus.
A Career Headstart
A new partnership is giving top business majors at Macon State a
headstart on possible careers at Robins Air Force Base.
Special Section: Macon State
College Foundation News Update
Foundation Establishes Scholarship in Memory of Dr. Gwen Sell
Invest in Success Campaign Lives Up to its Name
Macon State College
Foundation Salutes Our Donors
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