Academics & Student Services
On Wednesday, September 28, and Thursday, September 29, MC President Dr. Steve Thomas welcomes all interested employees and students to open forums to discuss “Campus Carry” legislation. You may attend one or both.
Wednesday, September 28
Thursday, September 29
Finding YOUR Place at YOUR College
MC Advising & Counseling Services has assembled a Study Skills Video page
Midland College was established in 1969 and, today, offers more than fifty associate degree and certificate options, and is a Level II (four-year) institution, accredited to offer a Bachelor of Applied Technology degree.
Advising services at Midland College are set up to inform students on the academic requirements of the degrees and certificates at Midland College as well as the THEA requirements.
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Textbooks and supplies, MC apparel, and gifts.
Academics, athletics, campus activities and special events.
The Murray Fasken Learning Resource Center at Midland College provides a variety of print and online reference materials, as well as classroom and study space.
Online Forms & Services
Quick links to the forms and services you need while pursuing your education at Midland College.
Programs of Study
The faculty and staff of Midland College are committed to instruction that sustains a life-long quest for knowledge and provides students with academic, intellectual, occupational, and professional proficiency.
At the registrar’s office students register for current semester courses, change schedules, acquire transcripts, have transfer course work evaluated, file an intent to graduate, and counseling on veterans’ benefits.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
For many students at Midland College, the importance of scholarships and financial aid cannot be overstated.
Midland College strives to create and enhance opportunities to participate fully in the college experience, information, services, programs and involvement (both on- and off-campus) opportunities.
The mission of Student Services is to help students develop their potential, by providing information, counseling, and referral; student development, co-curricular, and academic support activities; and admission, assessment, and job placement services.
The Midland College Veterans Affairs office is part of the college, not a division of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).We serve as a liaison between the VA and Midland College students who are participating in a VA educational program. There is no official US Department of Veterans Affairs representative on campus. The VA coordinator is available to answer questions about veterans education benefits, to certify student enrollment to the VA and to monitor student degree plans and academic progress.