During Spring 2021, Midland College is providing students with options to meet their
learning needs: Face-to-Face, Online, Live Online and Hybrid. The College follows
all CDC and local health and safety protocols. Face coverings are required in all
buildings on all campuses.
• FACE-TO-FACE classes occur on campus with reduced class sizes and social distancing measures in
• ONLINE classes are taught entirely via Canvas without assigned meeting times. These classes
are the most flexible, allowing students to participate as their schedules allow.
• LIVE ONLINE classes meet via videoconference (Microsoft Teams, Canvas Conferences, etc.) at assigned
times each week.
• HYBRID classes are a combination of face-to-face and online instruction via Canvas.
“Our goal is to provide the safest learning and teaching environment for our students,
faculty, and staff,” Midland College President Dr. Steve Thomas said. “Our students
and employees have done a tremendous job in keeping our campuses safe during this
pandemic. As we return to class in January, we know that strong safety protocols will
be more important than ever. The continued cooperation of everyone will allow us to
move forward with providing the learning and support systems that our students desire
Spring terms begin on Monday, January 11, 2021. Registration is now open. Appointments
are available for advising, document drop-off, admissions, career services, dual credit,
financial aid, testing and veterans’ services.
To learn more about registering for Midland College, visit the enrollment web page or email us or call (432) 685-4501.