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Graduate Faster For Less

 
At Midland College, you can save an average of $4,500 a year on your degree. Plus, with online, in-person and blended courses, finding classes that fit your schedule is convenient and fast.
 

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May Mini-Semester, Summer Session I, Summer Session II, Fall 8-week sessions and Fall 16-week semester
 

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Attention Summer Students: 

Degree/Certificate-seeking students who are U.S. citizens and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 may be eligible for a $250 scholarship if registration for summer sessions is completed by May 17. Contact scholarships@midland.edu for more information.

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* Certification, associate and bachelor degree availability varies by program

I’m Interested - Now, How Do I Start?

Interested in taking classes, but don’t know where to start? We can help with that. Start by clicking the title below that best represents who you are!
 

Step 1 - Apply to Midland College

Apply online through Apply Texas. Your acceptance email should arrive 3-5 days after the Apply Texas submission is complete. 
 

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Step 2 - Complete Admissions Process

Congrats! You’ve been accepted, now what? Your navigator will send an email with your next steps. Don’t worry — this part’s easy!
Enrollment questions? Email enroll@midland.edu
 

Step 3 - Register for Classes

YAY! You’re officially ready to register for classes. Your Midland College advisor will be in touch to help you enroll in classes.
Advising questions? Email advising@midland.edu
 
 

 

Scholarships & Financial Aid

MC has over $1 million in scholarships and grants to help students meet their educational goals. This includes not only federal Pell grants, but also numerous scholarships in many categories. Even if you aren’t eligible for the federal Pell grant, you very well may be eligible for a scholarship. For all grants and scholarships, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) needs to be completed. Get started now!

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