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Meet Your Knight Ambassador

Meet Your MGA Knight Ambassadors – Knight Ambassadors are current MGA students that will help guide you through your journey to become a Knight!

Kameryn Howe

Kameryn Howe

Year: Junior
Major: Biology
Where are you from? Warm Springs, GA

Why did you choose MGA? I chose to attend Middle Georgia State University simply because of the atmosphere and the welcoming people the very first time I came to the campus and as of right now. Middle Georgia was also less expensive compared to other schools so that’s definitely a plus for me. I’ve met some incredibly amazing staff and friends during my experience here at Middle Georgia as well, I’m glad I made the decision to attend this college. 

What has being a Knight Ambassador taught you? Being a Knight Ambassador has taught me that every day is a new learning experience to gain more knowledge. By keeping an open mind and confident mindset you can do anything!

Darquan Norwood

Darquan Norwood

Year: Freshman
Major: Information Technology
Where are you from? Jasper County, GA

Why did you choose MGA? The reason I picked Middle Georgia State University is mainly due to family having attended the school and telling me how amazing it was and the great memories they made along the way. Middle Georgia State provides a friendly environment where professors and faculty/staff actually wants you to succeed in school and the real world.

What has being a Knight Ambassador taught you? Being a Knight Ambassador has taught me numerous skills that I can apply to my life outside of school.

Brandon Warren

Brandon Warren

Year: Junior
Major: Aviation science and management
Where are you from? Conyers, GA

Why did you choose MGA? I chose MGSU because it is affordable and one of the only colleges in Georgia with an aviation program which is my passion in life. Along the way I have made a lot of connections and some friends that I would not change for anything and that was something that just came with the territory.

What has being a Knight Ambassador taught you? It has taught me that there is more to admissions than meets the eyes and they really are the first impression someone gets from a school. When thinking about that it is a lot of responsibility to be held in someone's hands and I've learned how to help people make the decision. 

Hannah Roth

Hannah Roth

Year: Freshman
Major: Teacher Education
Where are you from? Lizella, GA

Why did you choose MGA? I chose Middle Georgia State because I am confident through my time here I will be prepared to achieve my goals and achieve a much success as I progress into a career in education.

What has being a Knight Ambassador taught you? Being a Knight Ambassador has given me insight into the behind the scenes aspect of the admissions process. I have gained much knowledge and enjoy assisting students, parents, and support system to begin their journey to greatness while here at MGA!

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Carson Finch

Year: Freshman
Major: Aviation Science & Management 
Where are you from? Bethlehem, GA

Why did you choose MGA? I chose to attend Middle Georgia State University because it allows me to pursue a degree in Aviation and its pilot program stood out to me.

What has being a Knight Ambassador taught you? Being a Knight Ambassador has given me an opportunity to learn more about the Admissions process and the endless opportunities to positively impact new students.

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Sara Montijo

Year: Junior
Major: Nursing 
Where are you from? Warner Robins, GA

Why did you choose MGA? I chose to attend Middle Georgia State because its Nursing Program was highly recommended by colleagues and friends. I can honestly say that the faculty and staff members are passionate about the success of all students and willing to help in any way possible to ensure that I am successful.

What has being a Knight Ambassador taught you? Being a Knight Ambassador has given me an inside look of the daily operations of the Office of Admissions, affords me the opportunity to welcome new students, and it provides me with the resources to enhance my public speaking skills.

Ommarsharie Huston

Ommarsharie Huston

Year: Junior
Major: Contemporary Musicianship
Where are you from? Macon, GA

Why did you choose MGA? When I began my college life, i wasn't quite sure what I wanted to do. I knew I wanted it to involve teaching, but I had no clue in what. At the time I was a beginning musician and met Dr. Lanning, and the rest was history! She brought me into the world of music and the family they formed at MGA and I fell in love!

What has being a Knight Ambassador taught you? Being a Knight Ambassador has shown me that there's more to being leader than being able to talk loudly and "puff out your chest" it's about how you treat people, how you welcome people, and how people look at you. Your actions are what make people consider you a leader and being a knight ambassador will more than qualify you to be a leader and take those leadership skills out into your classes and your everyday life.

Keyun Rawlings

Keyun Rawlings

Year: Senior
Major: Criminal Justice
Where are you from? Atlanta, GA

Why did you choose MGA?  I am passionate about football and education. Attending Middle Georgia State University gives me the opportunity to play football and reach my educational goals.

What has being a Knight Ambassador taught you? I’ve learned how to communicate more effectively, enhance my leadership skills, and be open-minded to new experiences and opportunities to prepare me for my career.

Robin Lincoln-Codjoe

Robin Lincoln-Codjoe

Year: Junior
Major: Aviation Science and Management
Where are you from? McDonough, GA

Why did you choose MGA? I choose to attend Middle Georgia State University to pursue my passion in the Aviation field and to continue my family’s legacy in the Aviation industry.

What has being a Knight Ambassador taught you? Being a Knight Ambassador has taught me how much happens behind the scenes of services that are often taken for granted. The coordinators of these services are the key pieces to the effective operation of the organization.

Kelsey Marat

Kelsey Marat

Year: Freshman
Major: Psychology
Where are you from? McDonough, GA

Why did you choose MGA? I chose to attend Middle Georgia State University to take advantage of the many opportunities available to students and to begin to journey to a great future.

What has being a Knight Ambassador taught you? Being a Knight Ambassador has taught me how to be bold and be a valuable resource to assist students on their new journey to GREATNESS!

Bethany Knowles

Bethany Knowles

Year: Senior
Major: Psychology and Contemporary Musicianship
Where are you from? Wrightsville, GA

Why did you choose MGA? I chose Middle Georgia State University initially because it was college local to me. Since starting my journey at Middle Georgia I have fallen in love with the professors and the community. The professors do a great job at making you feel welcomed and easing some of the college fears while also preparing you for the future. I have enjoyed connecting with colleagues. Being in the Music program has been an experience that I will never regret. We are one big family who learn from each other and appreciate each other’s gifts and abilities. I take pride in being a Middle Georgia Knight!

What has being a Knight Ambassador taught you? As a Knight Ambassador I hope to gain experiences that will help to improve my communication and leadership skills.

Angel Fivecoat

Angel Fivecoat

Year: Freshman
Major: Interdisciplinary Studies
Where are you from? Eastman, GA

Why did you choose MGA? Being a lover of art, the art program and the small college feel were the deciding factors of me attending Middle Georgia State University.

What has being a Knight Ambassador taught you? As a Knight Ambassador I hope to gain a better understanding on how vital it is to positively affect the experience of new students through being courteous and kind.