Mid Michigan College is a place where you are recognized and served as an individual. It is a place for real people, with real dreams, where we help you accomplish real success. It is a place where you follow a customized pathway and achieve your goals. It is a place where you expand your horizons and thrive.
At Mid, we aren't just focused on your academic achievements, we see you for the complete individual that you are—with family, friends, challenges, and triumphs. And we're here to support you every step of the way.
Connect with Admissions at Mid!
Contact Admissions by calling (989) 386-6661, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, texting (989) 444-5967, by completing the form linked below, or connecting with one of our Admissions Representatives. We can't wait to get to know more about you, your goals, and how we can help you move forward.
SAVE BIG ON BIG OPPORTUNITIES
2 out of 3 Mid students attend tuition-free!
83% of first-time, full-time freshman receive aid to offset costs and options for aid include federal funding, like grants or loans, or scholarships. Mid also employs many student workers through both College funding and the Federal Work-Study Program.
Complete the FAFSA
Your aid package will be determined based on your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), which you can fill out at StudentAid.gov. Mid's School Code is 006768.
Apply for Scholarships
Through one online application, you can sign up for all Mid Michigan College scholarships. Visit our Scholarship Application for a full list of scholarships and apply October 1 through March 15.
Michigan Achievement Scholarship
High school graduates from the class of 2023 onward are eligible for the Michigan Achievement Scholarship. Students could receive up to $2,750 per year for up to 3 years as a Mid student. Simply complete the FAFSA to determine eligibility.
Are you 25+ and looking to begin or restart your college education? This scholarship pays a large portion of tuition and mandatory fees for eligible adults 25 years of age and older who want to pursue a qualifying college degree or certificate. Learn more and apply today!