On the Cover
Nicole Lavender, a promising teacher-to-be
who plans to pursue Macon State's four-year education degree, reads
to students at Bibb County's Skyview Elementary School.
(Photo: Grant Blankenship)
Education Degree Begins Fall
Macon State will play a key role in helping produce new talent
to help solve Georgia's teacher shortage. The bachelor of science in
early childhood education is the College's eighth baccalaureate
“I've Always Wanted to be a Teacher”
Potential teachers in Central Georgia who needed the
affordability and convenience of a Macon State education degree are
jumping at the chance.
Respected Houston County Educator Helps
MSC Build Program
Kathy Stanley, who is well known for her work as a teacher and
administrator in Houston County public schools, joins MSC to help
build the education degree.
Interested in Pursuing Macon
State's Four-Year Education Degree?
Take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions section and fill
out the postage-paid reply card to join the program's mailing list.
Macon State's Other Bachelor's Degrees
Are Going Strong
The number of bachelor's degree-seeking students at Macon State
continues to grow.
Center for Aerospace Innovation Takes
At the Warner Robins Campus, Macon State hosts and provides
strategic support for one of Georgia's “Centers of Innovation,”
which bring together research and local assets to attract company
interest and technology based economic development.
Doing It Well at Macon State
The College's Wellness Program Enhances Campus Life for
Students, Faculty and Staff.
Introducing More Scholarships for
Donors create three new scholarships through the Macon State
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