Community • Public Access to College Information House Bill 2504
What is House Bill 2504?
During the 2009 legislative session, the Texas Legislature passed a bill designated HB-2504 that mandates that all public institutions of higher learning in the State of Texas make available to the public certain information concerning undergraduate academic programs. This bill mandates that certain information, including class syllabi, instructor-of-record CVs and cost of attendance (if available) must be readily accessible on the institution’s website (specifically no more than three clicks from the main web-page and without password protection).
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The Federal and State Work-study Programs provide funds, which are earned through part-time employment, to assist students in financing the costs of post-secondary education. The benefit of this program is that it provides a flexible work schedule and gives students an opportunity to gain valuable work experience. CLICK HERE to view a current list of work-study positions at Midland College.
Eligibility for this program is determined by the results of the FAFSA. Students should complete the FAFSA and complete a work-study employment application early. Although this program may be a part of the student’s financial aid package, campus jobs are available on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, contact MC's Job Placement Office at (432) 685-4716.