Office of Financial Aid

Financial Aid Help Nights

July 17 Dublin campus, Library Building, Room 206
July 18 Warner Robins campus, Academic Services Building, Room 124
July 23 Macon campus, Student Life Center-Room 204
July 24 Eastman campus, Financial Aid Office
July 25 Cochran, campus, FA Office

Join us during extended hours if you need help with reviewing your aid or accepting your award in advance of the July 25th payment deadline.

We're here to provide you with information to help guide you in the financial aid process. A little planning now can save you time, effort and expense in the future. Please contact us should you have any questions, we're here for you!

The Middle Georgia State University Federal School Code is: 001581

Complete the FAFSA now

The Office of Financial Aid provides assistance for students who, without such aid, would be unable to attend Middle Georgia State University. It is the intention of the university to help as many students as possible by providing assistance with grants, scholarships, loans and/or student employment.

MGA is able to offer many students financial assistance. We realize that despite scholarship assistance and the reasonable cost of a MGA education, you and/or your family may not be able to provide the resources necessary to fund your college education. We hope that no student will fail to consider our institution due to financial reasons.

The Financial Aid Office is committed to helping you find ways to finance your education. Our staff can help you sort through various types of financial aid, including the Georgia HOPE programs and Federal Student Aid Programs.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Financial Aid awards are subject to change without prior notification.


  1. HOPE & Zell STEM- Effective Fall 2017, when calculating the HOPE and Zell Miller Scholarship postsecondary GPA, an additional weight of 0.5 will be added to grades of B, C, and D for approved degree level Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) courses taken at an eligible Postsecondary Institution Fall 2017 or later.  Please click here for frequently asked questions.
  2. As of October 1, 2017, the 2018-2019 FAFSA is now available.  Students and parents are required to use 2016 tax information to complete.  IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) is available for the 2018-2019 FAFSA.  Additional security and privacy protections have been added to address concerns that data from the tool could be used by identity thieves to file fraudulent tax returns. NOTE: The IRS DRT will continue to be no longer available for the 2017–2018 FAFSA form and the required 2015 tax information must be manually entered. The IRS DRT remains the fastest, most accurate way to input your tax return information into the FAFSA form.  Additional information on the status of the IRS DRT can be found in the link below:
    Latest Information on the Status of the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT
  3. The 1718 Pell Grant allows for year-round Pell Grants for students this summer 2018. Half-time enrollment (6 hours) is generally required. Life-time eligibility used will apply. Please check your SWORDS account or contact the financial aid office for more information.

  4. CampusLogic is here- the streamline online verification process we've been telling you about! Please Create an account and/or Login now to review and upload documents required for file completion.