New Section Proposed: July 8, 2015
Effective: August 7, 2015
Middle Georgia State University is actively engaged in the economic development of the region and the state, as defined by BOR Policy 5.3, which reads in part:
The Board of Regents finds that the USG and its institutions have a major role in the current and long-term health of the state’s economy, in that the USG produces much of the talent and technology required to advance and expand Georgia’s economic base. The Board’s goal is to develop sustainable intellectual resources through market-driven partnerships between education, business, and government.