Tuition & Fees
It is the responsibility of each student attending Midland College to register under the proper residence classification and pay the correct tuition and fees. The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board rule 21.731 requires each student applying to enroll at an institution to respond to a set of core residency questions for the purpose of determining the student's eligibility for classification as a resident. This questionnaire, along with other pertinent residency information, is available in the Enrollment Services Office and on the Midland College website.
An In-District student is a Texas resident who physically resides within the geographic boundaries of the Midland College District, excluding student housing or residence halls.
To qualify for In-District residency a student:
- Must have been classified as a Texas resident
- Have been a resident of the Midland College taxing district for a period of six months before first enrollment
A student may reclassify from Out-of-District to In-District status, with the appropriate documentation, after six months residency in the Midland College taxing district.
A Texas resident who does not physically reside within the geographic boundaries of the Midland College taxing district will pay Out-of-District tuition. Aliens living in the United States under a visa must meet the same tuition residency requirements as do U.S. citizens. A permanent resident must meet the same length of residency requirements as a citizen. A student may reclassify from Out-of-District to In-District status, with appropriate documentation, after six months residency in the Midland College District. A listing of those documents which can be accepted for the purpose of residency classification is available in the Enrollment Services Office.
out-of-district resident with in-district property subject to tax
The Midland College Board has adopted Section 130.0032, Subchapter A, of the Texas Education Code that permits a person who resides outside of the Midland College District and who owns property subject to ad valorem taxation by the Midland College District, or a dependent of the person, to pay tuition at the rate applicable to a student who resides in the district. To qualify for this benefit, the property owner or dependent must provide the Enrollment Services Office with a copy of a Notice of Appraised Value Statement from the Midland Central Appraisal District in the property owner or dependent's name that shows Midland College as one of the taxing units.
Students who enroll both in a community college and a senior college or university should register for the community college courses first. After that has been completed, they should take their receipt to the senior college or university and register. This may result in savings of tuition and fees.
Senior Citizen Discount
Midland College offers senior citizens an exemption from the payment of general use fees when they enroll in credit classes. To be eligible for the exemption, students must be sixty-five years of age or older and pay tuition costs plus any lab fees. All other Midland College policies apply.
Excess Undergraduate Credit Hours (Texas Education Code 61.0595)
A Texas resident who has taken more semester credit hours than the minimum required for a bachelor's degree may be required to pay non-resident tuition rates for the excess hours. Attempted hours include all hours earned at public community colleges and universities, but do not include developmental or technical education hours.
Students enrolled before the Fall 2006 have a limit of 45 semester credit hours above the minimum required for the bachelor's degree. Students enrolled beginning in Fall 2006 have a limit of 30 semester credit hours above the minimum required for a bachelor's degree. Additional information provided in the Texas Education Code 61.0595.
Additional Charge for Payment Plans
- Students may pay tuition and fees and/or room and board on an installment basis. These
require two separate payment plans. A $30.00 processing fee is charged for each plan.
- The student can execute an installment agreement through their My MC Portal account.
Different payment plan options are available, based on the time of registration.
- Tuition for flex-entry courses may not be paid in installments unless registered for
prior to the census date of the term for which the flex course is included.
- Failure to pay the complete balance may result in denial of course credit for that
semester. Students withdrawing from the College must pay all amounts owed. Withdrawal
does not cancel or void the installment payment plan contract.
- Contact the cashier’s office, (432) 685-4531 or email@example.com, to discuss any changes made to your student account.
- Please be aware that refunds are made according to the date that classes officially
begin rather than the date the student enrolls.
- All tuition and fee refunds must be initiated by the student.
- The date on the drop slip will determine the date of withdrawal and the amount of refund.
Dropping or Withdrawing
A student wishing to drop a course may do so through My MC Portal or by contacting their advisor. No longer attending class does not automatically constitute drop/withdraw from the class, nor does a student's notification to an instructor that the student wishes to drop/withdraw. If a student fails to properly drop/withdraw, the student is financially responsible for the course(s).
If a class is cancelled by the college, all tuition and fees for that course will be refunded.
*** PLEASE NOTE ***
Although Midland College may remove a student from a course(s) due to non-payment, the student must make certain they are not enrolled if they no longer wish to attend. If the student remains enrolled it will be the students' responsibility to cover tuition. A hold will be placed on the account, preventing future enrollment.
Refunds for installment agreements will first be applied to total balances. Refunds will be the applicable percentage of the total tuition and refundable fees due for the semester, less any amount not paid. If a student has paid less than the amount due after applying the applicable refund percentage, the student is required to pay the balance.
Late fees and payment contract fees are nonrefundable.
Refunds will be processed 7 to 10 business days after the final day of the refund period.
Students who officially drop or withdraw from the institution will have their tuition
and certain fees refunded according to the following schedule:
Refund Schedule for Complete Withdrawals from College
|Fall and Spring Semesters||Summer Semester||8-Week Courses|
100% - Prior to 1st day of class
|100% - Prior to 1st day of class||100% - Prior to 1st day of class|
|70% - During first 15 class days
||70% - During first 5 class days||70% - During first 8 class days|
|25% - During 16th-20th class days
||25% - During 6th-7th class days||25% - During 9th-10th class days|
|NONE - After 20th class day||NONE - After 7th class day||NONE - After 10th class day|
'Class days' refer to the number of calendar days the institution normally meets for classes, not the days a particular course meets.
|Lower Division (Freshman and Sophomore)
NOTE: Additional fees may include lab, course, insurance and private instruction (see tables below).
Upper Division (Junior & Senior)
NOTE: Additional fees may include lab, course, insurance and private instruction (see tables below).
|Accounting||ACCT 2301, ACCT 2302, ACNT 1403, ACNT 1411||24.00|
|Air Conditioning, Heating
|Air Conditioning, Heating
|HART 1391-HART 1445, HART 2434-HART 2442, HART 2449||48.00|
|Arts||ARTS 1311, ARTS 1312, ARTS 1316, ARTS 1317, ARTS 2311, ARTS 2326, ARTS 2327, ARTS 2333, ARTS 2334||36.00|
|Arts||ARTS 2316, ARTS 2317, ARTS 2323, ARTS 2324, ARTS 2366, ARTS 2367||18.00|
|Arts||ARTS 2341, ARTS 2342, ARTS 2346, ARTS 2347, ARTS 2348, ARTS 2349, ARTS 2356, ARTS 2357||48.00|
|Automotive Technology||All AUMT courses, except AUMT 2321||30.00|
|Automotive Technology||ABDR 1431, ABDR 1458||48.00|
|Automotive Technology||AUMT 2321||35.00|
|Automotive Technology||ABDR 2449||72.00|
|Aviation Maintenance||All AERM lab classes (per credit hour)||24.00/Hr|
|Biology||All course except BIOL 1322 and BIOL 2106||35.00|
|Business Administration||BCIS 1405||40.00|
|Business Systems||BCIS 1405, IMED, ITSW 1301-ITSW 1410, ITSW 2434, POFI 2401-POFI 2440, POFT 2333, POFT 2401 and POFT 2431||40.00|
|Chemistry||All courses except CHEM 2289||35.00|
|Child Care and Development||All courses except CDEC 2366||24.00|
|Communication||COMM 1129, COMM 1130, COMM 2129, COMM 2130, COMM 2289, COMM 2389||5.00|
|Communication||COMM 2305, COMM 2311||12.00|
|Communication||COMM 1318, COMM 1319||48.00|
|Computer Graphics Technology||All lab courses except DFTG 2319, DFTG 2340, DFTG 2380, DFTG 2381||24.00|
|Computer Graphics Technology||DFTG 2319 and DFTG 2340||48.00|
|Diagnostic Medical Sonography||DMSO 1342, DMSO 1441, DMSO 2405||24.00|
|Diesel Technology||All courses except DEMR 1403||24.00|
|Drama||DRAM 1120, DRAM 1121, DRAM 2120, DRAM 2121, DRAM 2336, DRAM 2366||12.00|
|Emergency Medical Services||EMSP 1355, EMSP 1356, EMSP 1438, EMSP 1501, EMSP 2135, EMSP2243, EMSP 2434, EMSP 2444||24.00|
|Energy Technology||ELMT, ENER, INMT, INTC, PTRT||24.00|
|Fire Science Technology||FIRS 1413, FIRS 1419, FIRS 1423, FIRS 1433, FIRS 1343||48.00|
|Fire Science Technology||FIRS 1329, FIRS 1401, FIRS 1407||24.00|
|French||FREN 1411, FREN 1412, FREN 2311, FREN 2312||4.00|
|Geology||All course except GEOL 2289||35.00|
|Health Information Management||HITT 2327, HITT 2340||48.00|
|Information Technology||BCIS 1405, CETT 1302, CPMT (all courses except CPMT 2380), ITCC (all courses), ITNW1313, ITNW 1351, ITNW 1454, ITNW1458, ITNW 2413, ITSC 1305, ITSC 1315, ITSC 1358, ITSC 1407-ITSC 2437, ITSE 1302, ITSE 1331, ITSE 1445, ITSE 2313, ITSE 2349, ITSE 2356, ITSE 2409, ITSE 2447, ITSE 2454, ITSY (all courses), POFT 1325||40.00|
|Information Technology||COSC (all courses), ITNW 1425, ITSE 1350||24.00|
|IRWD 0381-IRWD 0382||25.00|
|Kinesiology/Physical Education||KINE 1103, KINE 1104, KINE 1105, KINE 1106, KINE 1113, KINE 1117, KINE 1118, KINE 1120, KINE 1125, KINE 1130, KINE 1131, KINE 1164, KINE 1171, KINE 1172, KINE 1173, KINE 1174, KINE 1175, KINE 1176, KINE 1177, KINE 2103, KINE 2104, KINE 2105, KINE 2106, KINE 2113, KINE 2118, KINE 2120, KINE 2125, KINE 2130, KINE 2131, KINE 2171, KINE 2172, KINE 2173, KINE 2174, KINE 2175, KINE 2176, KINE2177||5.00|
|Kinesiology/Physical Education||KINE 1107, KINE 1127, KINE 2107, KIN3 2127||40.00|
|Kinesiology/Physical Education||KINE 2156||24.00|
|Mathematics||MATH 0180, MATH 0372, MATH 0380||25.00|
|Music||MUSI 1159-MUSI 1184, MUSI 1311-MUSI 1312, MUSI 2159-MUSI 2312, MUEN (all courses)||24.00|
|Nursing, Associate Degree||RNSG 1341, RNSG 1412, RNSG 1443, RNSG 1517, RNSG 2130, RNSG 2213, RNSG 2331||24.00|
|Nursing, Associate Degree||RNSG 1105, RNSG 1140, RNSG1214, RNSG 1215, RNSG 1413||30.00|
|Nursing, Vocational||HPRS 2300||24.00|
|Nursing, Vocational||VNSG 1230, VNSG 1234, VNSG 1320, VNSG 1410||48.00|
|Nursing Vocational||VNSG 1323, VNSG 2431||60.00|
|Respiratory Care||RSPT 1325, RSPT 1410-RSPT 2135, RSPT 2255-RSPT 2305, RSPT 2353||24.00|
|Sign Language||SGNL 2302||4.00|
|Spanish||SPAN 1411-SPAN 2312||4.00|
|Speech||SPCH 2289, SPCH 2389||5.00|
|Welding Technology||WLDG 1417-WLDG 1453, WLDG 2406-WLDG 2451||96.00|
Courses with lab components are designated by the second number in parentheses following the title and semester credit hours in the course description area of the catalog. For example COSC 1330 - Computer Programming 3 Hours (3-1) has a lecture component of 3 hours and a lab component of 1 hour.
|Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Technology Exit Exam||Industry Competency Exam (ICE) required for A.A.S. degree and Air Conditioning, Heating
and Refrigeration certificate
|Communication||COMM 2316, COMM 2330 course fee||8.00|
|Communication||COMM 1335, COMM 2315, COMM 2327,
COMM 2332, COMM 2339 course fee
|Criminal Justice||CJSA 2323 course fee||24.00|
|Credit by Departmental Examination||50.00|
|Correspondence Test Fee||20.00|
|Diesel Truck Driving lab fee||DEMR 1403||4,100.00|
|Distance Learning Fee||For Internet and interactive course||54.00|
|For hybrid course||28.00|
|Emergency Medical Services||EMSP 2164 clinical scheduling fee||185.00|
|English||ENGL 1301-ENGL 2343 course fee||4.00|
|English as a Second Language||All ESL courses fee||8.00|
|Excessive Repeat fee
|Charged for repeating certain courses
three or more times
|Excessive Remediation fee
|Charged for certain courses after 27
|Health Information Management
|HITT 1301, HITT 1342||45.00|
|Health Sciences Admission Test||Required for admission into Associate
Degree Nursing, Diagnostic Medical
Sonography and Respiratory Care
|Identification card replacement||25.00|
|Information Technology||POFI 1204 course fee||40.00|
|Installment payment plan online||25.00|
|* Liability insurance||17.00|
|Late registration fee||1st class day through census date||50.00|
|Late registration fee
|After census date||50.00/Hr|
|Latin||LATI 1411-LATI 2312 course fee||4.00|
|Mathematics||MATH 1314-MATH 2420 course fee||10.00|
|Music||Private instruction fee (MUAP)||150.00|
|Nursing, Associate Degree||RNSG 1160 testing fee||240.00|
|Nursing, Associate Degree||RNSG 1413 testing fee||194.00|
|Nursing, Associate Degree||RNSG 1360, RNSG 2260, RNSG 2362 testing fee||164.00|
|Nursing, Associate Degree||RNSG 2360, RNSG 2363 testing fee||210.00|
|Nursing, Associate Degree||RNSG 2130 review course fee||639.00|
|Nursing, Vocational||VNSG 1400 testing fee||374.00|
|Nursing, Vocational||VNSG 1409, VNSG 1410 testing fee||344.00|
|Paralegal||LGLA 2331 course fee||84.00|
|Parking replacement sticker,
or additional vehicle
|Respiratory Care||RSPT 2361 testing fee||40.00|
|Sign Language||SGNL 1401-SGNL 2301 course fee||4.00|
|Speech||Course Fee for all courses except
SPCH 2289 and SPCH 2389
|TSI fee||IRWD 0480||29.00|
* Student liability insurance is required for students enrolled in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling 2166 and 2167; Associate Degree Nursing clinical courses; Child Care and Development courses; Cosmetology courses; Diagnostic Medical Sonography clinical courses; Emergency Medical Services clinical courses; Health Information Management clinical courses; Kinesiology 2156; Respiratory Care clinical courses; and Vocational Nursing clinical courses. This is subject to change due to insurance rate changes.
Students may also be charged for loss or damages to college property for which they are responsible. Non-payment of these obligations may result in the withholding of grades, transcripts, or graduation.
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