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Althought the Middle Ga. college experience was wonderful for me both times I attended, it is not for everyone. If you know yourself well and your needs than Middle Ga. could be a great place to start. It is a small campus "suitcase college", but for those that were not known in high school, you may blossom into the person you always want to be.

I was one of those invisible people in high school, but due to clubs, sports, and personal connections I made with classmates and staff, I became a stronger and more outgoing person at Middle Ga. and at my 4 year college.

I know that the town is small, but that does not mean that you can't make friends with town folks or go places with friends. It does mean that you can go out of town and come home to peace and quiet.

Middle Ga. can give you a setting that is not too big so that you are overwhelmed or lost during those first two years before you have to get extremely serious about your major at a 4 year college. So my advice is to know yourself, visit the campus, and talk to people who have been there so that you can make the right decision for yourself.

Good Luck,
Thelma L. Rewis (Bryant)1992.1998 (Former Miss Middle Ga. College, 1993)

Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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I would not reccomend anyone to attend middleNot so brightNursing
I would not reccomend anyone to attend middle Georgia college. I am a second year returning student.My first year i had no problems as far as my financial aid,this year its totally different.The staff is letting me down beccause i have been calling my advisor and sending emails for days.I have been asking her to call me or email me about the status of my financual aid but has gotten no response. There for i am unsure if i will attending fall semester, and classes start in a couple of days. The staff is very unhelpful and arrogant.All my freinds are in the same situaution as me. They are very upset and disappointed.
1st Year Female -- Class 2011
Campus Aesthetics: A-, Education Quality: F
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If anyone is coming to this school forBrightEngineering Department
If anyone is coming to this school for pre-engineering or math then forget about it. There is only one professor who teaches the majority of the engineering courses and yet no one can hire any more professors to teach. The math department is slim with only two to three professors pretty much teaching all the classes. If you don't like how the professor teaches then you are stuck with it. The campus is boring and the city is small in population. The only nice thing I can say about this school is that they have nice dorms but otherwise go somewhere else if you are pursing a math and or pre-engineering major.
1st Year Male -- Class 2011
Campus Aesthetics: B, Education Quality: F
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