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EDUC 1100:  Effective Learning

studentsAt Midland College, your success is our success! MC's Effective Learning course has been designed to help Midland College students be successful in college and throughout life. The course is a learning frameworks course that is designed to help students do the following:
To use college vocabulary

  • Use personality styles to align with career goals or expectations
  • Use Midland College resources
  • Develop a financial awareness plan for completing college
  • Develop an education plan based on personal and career goals, and financial resources
  • Learn college study skills

 Here's what former students said about the class:

FALL 2014
"The two aspects of this course that were the most meaningful to me were the talk about career choices and credit--being able to pay for school without a loan."
"I definitely learned a lot about managing my time in this class.  I never really plotted out my goals before and now that I did, I can see where I want my next step to be."
"This course has help me gain a better understanding about my major, which is biology."
"I think I am a more organized than when I first started."

Who should take EDUC 1100?

All first-time, full-time college students defined as students with less than 12 hours. Dual credit hours do not count as "college hours.  

Who is exempt from EDUC 1100?

  • Students who already possess an associate or higher degree
  • Students who are only enrolled in online courses
  • Students seeking Level I career/technical certificates (See list of MC Level I certificates)
  • Students who are enrolled full-time at another college or university
  • Students taking classes for personal interest
  • Students who took a learning frameworks course at another institution and are transferring to Midland College

If you believe you may qualify for an exemption, please complete and submit the exemption form (online form). Be sure to state the reason you are exempt in the "details" field at the bottom of the screen. The MC student success director or an advisor will review your student records and contact you about your exemption status.

Questions/Concerns:  Email or call 685-6869 or 685-6884