Paying for College
Paying for college doesn't have to be complicated, and we're here to help!
Save Money on Tuition
Paying for college doesn't have to be complicated, and we're here to help.
First of all, two years at Mid saves students $15,500* in tuition vs. the average of Michigan public universities. You're on your way to savings. But, most of Mid's students receive financial aid to offset their college costs even further.
89% of first-time, full-time freshman receive some form of aid to offset costs.
Options for aid include federal funding, like grants or loans, or Mid scholarships. Mid also employs many student workers through both College funding and the Federal Work Study Program.
Through one online application, you can sign up for all of our scholarships. Scholarship applications are open from October 1 through March 15 of each year.
Visit our Scholarships Applications Portal for a full list of scholarships and access when it's open and accepting applications.
Your aid package will be determined based on your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), which you can fill out at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Mid's School Code is 006768.
File soon. It takes a minimum of a few weeks to process financial aid for new students.
Understanding your options can seem overwhelming. We want to answer your questions.
Work Study and Student Employment
We employ many student workers at Mid in positions from facilities and grounds maintenance to assistants, ambassadors, and bookstore clerks. Students in these roles earn a regular paycheck while working shifts that accommodate their College schedules. All students can apply for student worker jobs.
You can spread out payments for the upcoming semester by using our convenient payment plan through NelNet Solutions.
2021-2022 Tuition Costs:
In-District and Dual Enrollees Tuition: $137/contact hour
Out-District Tuition: $229/contact hour
International Tuition: $396/contact hour
We've got your back.
We know that financial challenges often get in the way of your plans for college. Beyond tuition, the day-to-day cost of living and surprise expenses can make paying for college a struggle. Mid is here to help with a new Student Emergency Fund and additional federal funds that can help students overcome challenges outside of the classroom. For more information on how to receive and apply for supplemental financial assistance, contact your Mid Mentor or visit midmich.edu/cares.
The College also has many other support services available, including loaner internet access hotspot devices, no-cost mental health counseling, an on-campus food pantry, transportation assistance, and more. Visit midmich.edu/wellness for more information.