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February 2008

February 1: TCOG Library Council Meeting
Statewide Meeting of the Library Council of the Technical Colleges of Georgia
February 6: Student Leadership Council Meeting
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Room B-226
February 14: Club Advisor Appreciation Day
Thursday, February 14th has been set aside as a day when MGTC student organization member's may provide special recognition of appreciation to their club advisor.
February 16: MGTC Offers Saturday ASSET Placement Test
9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Middle Georgia Technical College will offer the ASSET Placement Test Saturday, February 16 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Students should bring photo identification and their social security number and arrive for the test no later than 8:45 a.m. There is no cost to the student for testing.

By offering Saturday test sessions, high school students in Dooly, Houston, Peach, and Pulaski counties will have the opportunity to prepare for the Dual Enrollment Program/ACCEL for 2008-09. In addition, high school seniors interested in attending Middle Georgia Tech after graduation, have the opportunity to get a head start on admission requirements.

Testing will take place in the auditorium of Building A on the main campus at 80 Cohen Walker Drive in Warner Robins. Again, there is no cost to take the test.

For more information, call 479.988.6800, ext 4006 or contact your high school counselor.
February 18: Current Student Registration Begins
Current students begin registering for Spring Quarter 2008
February 19: 2008 MGTC Winter Health Fair
10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
February 20: New Traditions Meeting
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. in Room A-217
February 25: New Student Registration Begins
New students begin registering for Spring Quarter 2008
February 26: GOAL Interviews.
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

March 2008

March 3: Withdrawl after this date results in WF
Students who withdrawl from a class after this date receiev a grade of Withdrawl Failing
March 3: Returning Student Registration Begins
Students returning to MGTC begin registering for Spring Quarter 2008
March 4: GOAL Semi-Finalist Interviews
9:00 a.m to 11:00 a.m.
March 5: GOAL Winnter announced at Winter Quarter Honors Day Ceremony
11:00 a.m. in the MGTC Auditorium
March 6: MGTC to Host 3rd Annual Open House and Senior Night
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. MGTC campus
March 10: Nikki Pope from WillStaff will be on Campus
Nikki Pope from WillStaff will be in the student center, Monday March 10th from 3-4pm, to recruit employees for several positions in her organization. Log on to www.willstaff.net to view the open positions and fill out an online application and bring a current resume to Ms. Pope at the student center. Any questions concerning these positions should be directed to:
Nikki Pope
478-272-1010
Nikki.pope@willstaff.net
March 12: GED Testing
GED Testing
March 18: Final Exams
Final Exams for Tuesday & Thursday Night Classes
March 19: GED Testing
GED Testing
March 19: Final Exams
Final Exams for Monday & Wednesday Night Classes
March 20: Final Exams
Final Exams for Day Classes
Quarter Ends
March 24: MGTC Foundation Golf Tournament
Houston Lake Country Club

April 2008

April 1: Spring Quarter Begins
First Day of Spring Quarter
April 2: "59 Minutes To Success" Meeting
11:00am in Room A-217. Contact Donna Dutcher for more information.
April 2: "New Traditions" Meeting 12pm
12:00pm in Room A-217. Contact Donna Dutcher for more information.
April 2: Phi Beta Lambda Meeting
3:00pm in Room B-214. Contact Sam Lester for more information.
April 3: Drop/Add Period Ends
Last day to Drop/Add Classes
April 9: GED Testing
GED Testing
April 9: Student Leadership Council Meeting
11:00AM in Room B226
April 15: MGTC's Blood Drive
from 10AM to 8PM. Can We Get 80? is our slogan for this drive as our goal is for the Red Cross to take away 80 good pints from MGTC
April 16: GED Testing
GED Testing
April 17: Performance Accountability Review (PAR) team will visit MGTC
The team, comprised of a technical college president and key staff from other technical colleges, will conduct an on-site review to foster continuous improvement in the quality and effectiveness of MGTC's programs and services. A PAR review is conducted at each technical college approximately every three years. The review will include an assessment of several programs, the warranty claims and work ethics for all program groups, student services, especially admissions procedures, safety campus wide and the local application of federal funds. The team leader is Dr. Lloyd Horadan, President of Sandersville Technical College.
April 18:Dental Hygiene Class Golf Tournament
International City Golf Course More Information
April 23: "59 Minutes To Success" Meeting
11:00am in Room A-217. Contract Donna Dutcher for more information.
April 26: GED Testing
GED Testing

May 2008

May 1: Spring Quarter Scholarships Due
4:00 pm Scholarships Applications Due More Information
May 1: MGTC Host Career Fair
11:00am - 2:00 pm - MGTC will be hosting our semiannual career fair. More than 20 employers are scheduled to attend.
May 2: Last Day to Apply for Graduation
If you have not submitted a graduation application by May 2 you will not be able to participate in commencement. More Information
May 7: GED Testing
GED Testing
May 7: Phi Beta Lambda Guest Speaker
Women in the Workplace series of speakers, Mary Therese Tebbe will be joining us in the auditorium at 11.
May 12 - 15: Student Leadership Council "Fun In The Sun" Spring BBQ - Ticket Sales
Pick Up Your Ticket by May 12-15 in the A-building Lobby Reception Desk (8:00AM-4:45PM) or A-building Admissions (5:00PM-7:00PM)
Student ID Required. Tickets are Required to Participate.
College Students Free (1 Ticket)
Adult Education Students $1.50
Faculty, Staff, & DAU Cost $3.00
May 14: GED Testing
GED Testing
May 14: Phi Beta Lambda's "Taking a Look Outside"
A panel of local businesspeople and graduates will come to the auditorium at 11 for a Q&A with students. Our guests will speak on the job interview process, resumes, ethics in their offices, policies, etc. that can give our students a look outside the classroom and into their business environment.
May 17: MGTC Group Trip to the Georgia Aquarium
For MGTC Faculty, Staff, and Alumni (and their families). Make reservations by April 10th.
May 19: Current Student Registration Begins
Current Student Registration Begins
My 21: "New Traditions" FY 09 Planning Session 11am
12:00pm in Room A-136. Contact Donna Dutcher for more information. For all students who qualify and have an interest to participate, there will be a short meeting in my office(A-136) at 11am, Wed/5-21 to discuss the future direction of, to explore implementation of certain activities for, and to just generally brainstorm about some ideas for the group for the upcoming year(7/1/08-6/30/09)
May 21: Student Leadership Council "Fun In The Sun" Spring BBQ
FUN IN THE SUN SPRING BBQ WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 2008 11:00AM - 1:00PM & 5:00PM - 7:00PM
GEORGIA BOB'S BBQ, DESSERTS FOR SALE, GAMES, MUSIC, PRIZES
at the Student Activities Pavilion at the end of C-building.
Pick Up Your Ticket by May 12-15 in the A-building Lobby Reception Desk (8:00AM-4:45PM) or A-building Admissions (5:00PM-7:00PM)
Student ID Required. Tickets are Required to Participate.
College Students Free (1 Ticket)
Adult Education Students $1.50
Faculty, Staff, & DAU Cost $3.00
May 26: Holiday - Memorial Day
Memorial Day Holiday
May 27: New Student Registration Begins
New Student Registration Begins
May 28: "59 Minutes To Success" presents "Dressing For Success: Putting Your Best Image Forward"
11:00am in Room A-233(Subject to Change). Contract Donna Dutcher for more information.
Why you should attend: To provide students with information concerning the importance of personal presentation choices and how to make the most effective selections for attire in a variety of work and educational environments.
May 31: GED Testing
GED Testing

June 2008

June 2: Returning Student Registration Begins
Returning Student Registration Begins
June 4: Spring Quarter Awards Day Ceremony
Our Awards Day Ceremony will be held on Wednesday, June 4, 2008 at 11:00 a.m. in the auditorium. If you are participating or receiving an award please arrive at 10:45. We look forward to recognizing our students, faculty and staff.
June 4: Delta Epsilon Chi Last Meeting of the Quarter
11:00am in Room C-119. Contact Natalie Turner for More information.
June 10: Final Exams Tues & Thurs Evening Classes
Final Exams Tues & Thurs Evening Classes
June 11: Final Exams Mon & Wed Evening Classes
Final Exams Mon & Wed Evening Classes
June 11: GED Testing
GED Testing
June 12: Final Exams Day Classes
Final Exams Day Classes
June 12: Graduation
Graduation will be held at 7:00pm in the Miller Murphy Howard Building at the Perry Ag Center.
June 18: GED Testing
GED Testing
June 21: GED Testing
GED Testing

June 2008

June 2: Returning Student Registration Begins
Returning Student Registration Begins
June 4: Spring Quarter Awards Day Ceremony
Our Awards Day Ceremony will be held on Wednesday, June 4, 2008 at 11:00 a.m. in the auditorium. If you are participating or receiving an award please arrive at 10:45. We look forward to recognizing our students, faculty and staff.
June 4: Delta Epsilon Chi Last Meeting of the Quarter
11:00am in Room C-119. Contact Natalie Turner for More information.
June 10: Final Exams Tues & Thurs Evening Classes
Final Exams Tues & Thurs Evening Classes
June 11: Final Exams Mon & Wed Evening Classes
Final Exams Mon & Wed Evening Classes
June 11: GED Testing
GED Testing
June 12: Final Exams Day Classes
Final Exams Day Classes
June 12: Graduation
Graduation will be held at 7:00pm in the Miller Murphy Howard Building at the Perry Ag Center.
June 18: GED Testing
GED Testing
June 21: GED Testing
GED Testing

July 2008

July 8: Summer Quarter Classes Begin
Summer Quarter Classes Begin
July 10: Drop/Add Period Ends
Drop/Add Period Ends
July 10: Refund Deadline
Refund Deadline
July 16: "59 Minutes To Success" presents "The Future and YOUR Money: Making the Most Sound Financial Decisions"
11:00am in Room A-233(Subject to Change). Contract Donna Dutcher for more information. Why you should attend: To provide students with information about successful strategies and options in planning for a financially successful and secure future.
July 23: Student Leadership Council Meeting
11:00am in Room B-224.Represent Your School Programs Meet Your Advisors, Fellow Classmates Be A Voice At MGTC
July 24: Red Cross Blood Drive
The Red Cross is coming to the Student Pavilion on Thursday from 10 until 8 – please plan on dropping by and giving. The Red Cross has announced a 'critical need for blood'; according to their news release:

"While temperatures continue to rise this summer, the American Red Cross reports that the blood inventory levels are so low it is unable to sufficiently meet the demand of local hospitals. While there is a constant need for all blood types, donors with O positive, O negative, A negative and B negative blood types are asked to take an hour to donate right away."

Drop by and give on Thursday!

August 2008

August 6: Phi Beta Lambda's Guest Speaker
Mr. Terry Wallace (PA with Dr. Freeman, dermatologist)will be in the auditorium at 11am to deliver a presentation on skin cancer.
August 7: Summer Quarter Scholarships Due
4:00 pm Scholarships Applications Due More Information
August 8, 2008: Alumni Association Bowling Event Registration Fee Due
The $11.50 Gold Cup bowling fee be paid before August 8, 2008. Please see Ann Wright in Admissions on the main campus to make your payment.
August 11, 2008: Voter Registration Drive
10 a.m. to noon and 5 - 7 p.m. In the A building lobby. Sponsored by the MGTC Student Leadership Council
August 13: AITP meeting
11:00am Room B223 CIS students only! See flyer or contact Shawna Early for more information
August 13: Phi Beta Lambda's Guest Speaker
Mr. John Crow, spokesman for the Georgia Lottery will be in the auditorium at 11am to sit through an interview-type presentation.
August 13: "59 Minutes To Success" presents "Females in the 21st Century: Successful Living Strategies for Today's Woman"
11:00am in Room A-233(Subject to Change). Contact Donna Dutcher for more information. Why you should attend: To provide female students with information about success-oriented goal-setting and decision-making methods when planning, balancing and managing various aspects of their lives.
August 16: Alumni Association Bowling Event
The Alumni Association is planning an afternoon bowling outing on August 16, 2008 at 4PM at Gold Cup located at 1041 Russell Parkway, Warnre Robins, GA 31088. The fee/person is $11.50 and is due by August 8, 2008. Ann Wright, the Alumni Treasurer, has agreed to accept the entrance fees. She can be found in Admissions on the main campus. The fees will cover two hours of bowling, one-topping pizzas, soft drinks and shoes. The association needs to know in advance how many people will attend. That way, the proper amount of lanes can be reserved. See Flyer For More Details
August 18-28: Current Student Registration
Current Student Registration
August 21: Career Center Open House
11:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Stop by Building A, Room 125 to find out more about what CAREER SERVICES can do to assist you in your job search efforts.
August 25: New Student Registration Begins
New Student Registrations Begins
August 27: Student Leadership Council Meeting
11:00am in Room B-224. MEET YOUR NEW OFFICERS. Event planning session.
August 28: Withdrawal Deadline
Withdrawal after this date results in WF
August 29: Student Holiday
Student Holiday

September 2008

September 1: Labor Day Holiday
Labor Day Holiday
September 8: International Literacy Day
International Literacy Day
September 10:
New Traditions Meeting
11:00am in Room A-140(Subject to Change). Contract Donna Dutcher for more information.
September 16: Final Exams
Tuesday and Thursday Night Classes
September 17: Final Exams
Monday and Wednesday Night Classes
September 18: Final Exmas
Day Classes
September 18: Quarter Ends
Quarter Ends
September 27: Read for your Life
Begins at 8:30 at the Galleria Mall Centerville Ga
September 30: Quarter Begins
Quarter Begins

October 2008

October 2: Voter Registration Drive
10 a.m. to noon and 5 - 7 p.m. In the A building lobby. Sponsored by the MGTC Student Leadership Council
October 2: Drop / Add Period Ends - Refund Deadline
Drop / Add Period Ends - Refund Deadline
October 8: Carrer Services Orientation
ATTENTION STUDENTS! LOOKING FOR EMPLOYMENT? COME TO THE CAREER SERVICES ORIENTATION Wednesday, OCT 8 11:00am and 5:00pm MGTC AUDITORIUM (A-Building) Find out what services are available to you, and how to access job leads.
October 13: Columbus Day - Holiday
Columbus Day - Holiday
October 15: Skills USA meeting
We will have our first Fall quarter Skills USA meeting for current members in C-137 this coming Wednesday, Oct. 15, at 11am. Please plan to attend if you are a Skills USA member. Contact Shane Waldon for more information.
October 20: Red Cross Blood Drive
The Red Cross is coming to the Student Pavilion on Monday from 10 until 8 – please plan on dropping by and giving. The American Red Cross is in need of blood and hopes to raise about 60 pints at this blood drive.
October 22: "59 Minutes To Success" presents "Creative Learning: Taking Advantage of Today's Assistive Software and Technology "
11:00am in Room A-238(Subject to Change). Contact Donna Dutcher for more information. Why you should attend: To provide students/faculty students with information concerning the most modern advances and applications of various forms of assistive technology and software, specifically as made available through the Alternative Media Access Center/University of Georgia.
October 22: MGTC's Club Day
11:00 a.m.in the Student Pavilion. Come join one of our organizations PBL, DEX, SkillsUSA, Student Leadership Council, AITP, Kappa Omega Sorority. Pizza, Drinks, and Door Prizes to be given away. More Information
October 23: Fall Career Fair
11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. on campus. More information will be coming out soon.
October 29: Middle Georgia Tech Faculty/Staff Vs. Titans Men's & Ladies Basketball
Be a part of history-Come to the first-ever home game of the MGTC Titans. Wednesday October 29 at 5 p.m. Perry Recreation Department-Rozar Park 1060 Keith Drive, Perry, GA More Information

November 2008

November 5, 2008: Student Leadership Council Meeting
Wednesday, November 5, 2008 at 11 AM in room B224. We will discuss upcoming events on campus. Please make sure that your programs are represented at this meeting. Contact Debbie Wrenn or Michelle Boone for more details
November 5, 2008: Delta Epsilon Chi Meeting
Wednesday, November 5, 2008 at 11 AM in room C119. ALL CURRENT MEMBERS AND NEW MEMBERS NEED TO ATTEND! Contact Natalie Turner for more details
November 5, 2008: New Traditions Meeting
Wednesday, November 5, 2008 at 11 AM in room A140. A unique “support group” experience open to those in our student body who would be considered “nontraditional” by meeting one or more of the following criteria: Single Parent, Displaced Homemaker, ESL (English as a Second Language)/LEP (Limited English Proficiency), Current or former TANF recipient, and/or student enrolled in a program which has traditionally attracted members of the opposite gender predominantly. Contact Donna Dutcher for more details
November 5, 2008: Kappa Omega Chili and Soup Sale
Wednesday, Nov 5th at 11:00am in the Student Center, Kappa Omega will be selling chili/soup, cornbread, and drink for $3.00. There will be desserts for sale as well. Click here for more details
November 8, 2008: MGTC Foundation sponsors "Hooterville Hoedown Reverse Raffle Benefit"
November 8th, 5:30PM at Hooterville Farms, the MGTC Foundation will be sponsoring the "Hooterville Hoedown" Reverse Raffle. Go to www.middlegatech.edu/about/foundation for more details
November 10, 2008: MGTC Titans vs. FVSU Wildcats
The game is scheduled for November 10 at 6 pm. Admission is Free and the game will be held in the George N. Woodward Gymnasium on the campus of FVSU!
November 12 : "59 Minutes To Success" presents "Personal Financial Security During National Economic Crisis: Rethinking the Future of Your Money TODAY! "
11:00am in Room A-233(Subject to Change). Contact Donna Dutcher for more information. Why you should attend: To provide students/faculty with information concerning sound and successful personal finance strategies during uncertain and economically challenging times.
November 14, 2008: MGTC Lady Titans vs. Wesleyan College Pioneers
The game is scheduled for November 14 at 6 pm. Admission is Free and the game will be held at Wesleyan College 4760 Forsyth Road Macon, Ga 31210!
November 19, 2008: MGTC Pep Rally
Wednesday, November 19 @ 11 a.m. MGTC Auditorium - A Building. For More Information Click Here
November 20, 2008: MGTC Titans vs. Ft. Benning
The game is scheduled for November 20 at 7 pm. Admission is Free and the game will be held at the Gymnasium on the campus of Fort Vally State University! More Information
November 24, 2008: RadTech Bake Sale
Monday, November 24 RadTech will be having a bake sale in the Student Center. Sale begins at 10:30 a.m. For More Information Click Here