A college degree closer than ever: Mid Courses in the Thumb

Mid is YOUR community college!

The Huron Intermediate School District (HISD) often features over 30 courses with online and evening scheduling options, and new opportunities such as Mid's Medical Assistant program and Short-Term Training for Phlebotomy and CDL-A Truck Driving are coming soon.

The Tuscola Intermediate School District (TISD), a new Mid-partner location, is launching a variety of general education courses and new opportunities, such as dual enrollment for local high school students.

Mid is your partner in building a bolder, brighter, better future in the Thumb!

Dual Enrollment Info Night for Parents

Meet Mid and get your questions answered!
6pm-7pm | Monday, May 6 | Tuscola ISD

Mid now offers high school students the opportunity to dual enroll through the Tuscola Intermediate School District (ISD). Dual enrollment, taking college courses while still in high school, allows students to get a jump start on their college careers and equips them for college success. In just one hour you can learn how dual enrollment works, how your student can benefit, and the next steps to get started.

You can also meet Mid Mentor Lindsay Golden, who is available to help you and your student every step of the way. Lindsay and other Mid team members will answer questions like

  • How does dual enrollment impact my child's schedule?
  • What does dual enrollment cost?
  • Why dual enroll with Mid?
  • How will my child benefit from taking college classes in high school?

We're looking forward to meeting you and your student 6pm-7pm Monday, May 6 at the Tuscola ISD!

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Our online application is fast, simple, and FREE.

Apply to Mid Michigan College

Degrees at Your Fingertips

Take Mid classes online, at your local ISD, or in combination to achieve your educational goals.

You have options. Take a few college courses to hone a skill or pursue an interest, gain a full associate degree or certificate, or earn credits that you can transfer to four-year colleges and universities across the Michigan.

Next Steps

Once you've applied, give yourself a pat on the back. You've taken the first big step. And you're already being connected to your Mid Mentor, who is ready and waiting to be your personal guide throughout your time at Mid.

Meet the Mid Mentors to learn more about them and to easily contact your Mid Mentor with any questions. If you don't yet know who your Mid Mentor is, no problem! We can put you in touch at (989) 386-6661 or mentors@midmich.edu.

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STEP 1: Get your Financial Aid in order.

If you haven't yet, you should begin this process. It takes a minimum of a few weeks to process financial aid.

File your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) online at StudentAid.ed.gov to determine your eligibility for grants, loans, scholarships, and work study.

Be sure that you add Mid's school code [ 006768 ] to your FAFSA form.

Questions about Financial Aid? Call us at (989) 386-6664 or visit Financial Aid at Mid.


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STEP 2: Set up your MidMich Email and Online PORTAL.

You should set up your Mid Michigan College online Portal and email right away. This is your College email and is used for all official College communications.

This PORTAL GUIDE shows you the process of setting up your online Portal.

Having trouble with your online Portal? Contact the Mid Helpdesk at (989) 317-4630 or helpdesk@midmich.edu.


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STEP 3: Send us your Transcripts & SAT/ACT Scores.

If you've graduated from high school within three years, send us your high school transcripts and standardized test scores . If you've attended other colleges, have your college transcripts sent to us as well. If it's been longer than three years since you've graduated, you may need to complete additional placement testing.

How to send us your transcripts

Send them electronically via Parchment. Visit parchment.com and request that an electronic version be sent to Mid Michigan College. It's fast, easy, and secure. If you need help creating your Parchment account and ordering transcripts, please refer to this Parchment Quick Start Guide.

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  • Collect them in person, through the mail, or in electronic format. Deliver them to Mid through any of the following methods.
    • Drop them off to Admissions at either campus
    • Fax them to Attn: Admissions to (989) 386-6613
    • Mail them to Mid Michigan College ATTN: Admissions 1375 S. Clare Ave., Harrison, MI 48625

How to send us your SAT/ACT scores

When you take the SAT/ACT, you can indicate Mid as a recipient school. If you have already taken the SAT/ACT, you can deliver your score in person, or via email, mail, or fax. Use the contact information listed above. You can also sign in to your College Board account and request that a copy of your score be sent to Mid electronically. For more information, visit College Board.

Complete additional placement testing (if necessary)

Appropriate placement in courses promotes your success and allows us to assist you in selecting courses that align with your current skill levels. If you do not have access to transcripts or test scores, you may need to do additional placement testing. Your Mid Mentor can help you determine what you need to submit or what testing needs to be completed.


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STEP 4: Attend Orientation.

All incoming students must attend an orientation. At orientation, you connect with other students, learn success skills, and meet with your College support team. Online and face-to-face orientations are available. Make sure that you alert the team member assisting you that you’re interested in taking classes in Huron/Tuscola County and that you need an online advising appointment.

If orientations are currently open for the semester in which you're planning to register, you can RSVP HERE.


Questions?

Contact the Mid Mentors!

(989) 386-6661

mentors@midmich.edu


PAYING FOR COLLEGE

Financial Aid options are available for all of Mid’s students.

Tuition Rates 2018-2019
 
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