Office of the Registrar and Veteran CertificationThe library will host Dr. Lisa Bro for our next coffee and conversation in the Macon Campus Library (Wednesday, March 13 at 2:00 p.m.) and the Roberts Memorial Library, Cochran Campus (Tuesday, March 12 at 2:00 p.m.).  Join Dr. Lisa Wenger Bro as she discusses her new book.  Bodies for Profit and Power: Science Fiction and Biopolitics, which examines the portrayal of dystopian capitalism and the biopolitical in science fiction works from the early 1900s to the present.Students walking on campus plus a QR code to download RAVE Guardian AppGrad with text - Middle Georgia's Path To ExcellenceINFO ON STARTING AT MGA, REGISTERING AND PAYING FOR CLASSES, AND MOREStepping Block and Focus 2 logos

Office of the Registrar

The Registrar's Office maintains records for all students who have been admitted to the university. We are here to provide students and faculty with support for registration, maintenance of student records, graduation, transcripts, and other related areas.

Academic Calendars

spring 2024 Important Dates

Short Session I: Jan 10 - Feb 28

Full Session:  Jan 10 - May 1

Short Session II: Mar 6 - May 1

eCore Full Session: Jan 8 - Apr 19

eCore Short Session I: Jan 8 - Feb 27

eCore Short Session II: Mar 4 - Apr 22

Registration for Spring eCore began Nov 1

Before registering for an eCore or eMajor class students must have completed the appropriate required eCore or eMajor Quiz.
eCore Academic Calendar

spring & summer 2024 Registration is open

A complete list of important dates and deadlines can be found on the university Academic Calendar.

Got a Question? Go to ask.mga.edu for registration/records questions. Live Chat available.


Mission Statement

The Office of the Registrar is a service function within the Directorate of Enrollment Management that is dedicated to continuously serving students, faculty, staff administrators, other institutions, and the community by managing and ensuring the accuracy and integrity of all students' academic records and their rights to privacy. It is our mission to subscribe to the highest ethical principles in our profession and strive to serve with accuracy, honesty, and integrity while upholding policies and procedures in compliance with the University and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

The role of the Registrar's Office:

The responsibility of the Registrar's Office includes, but are not limited to academic renewal determinations, registration, residency determination, end-of-term grade and academic standing processing, certification of veterans, the evaluation of transcripts for new and continuing students for transfer credit, enrollment verification, program changes, veteran support, degree evaluation, clearing students for graduation and awarding degrees, enrollment and statistical reporting, management of academic records and other related task.

Registration 

The Registrar's Office provides resources and assistance to students during the registration process. The resources include instructions for current students, a Frequently Asked Questions page, tutorials for adding or dropping classes, information about priority registration, and instructions for former students returning to MGA.