Campus Alert: Harrison Construction! Visitors should use the appropriate campus entrance. For classes, use the Mannsiding Entrance. For Student Services, use the S. Clare entrance. Renovation Info

Projects at Mid

Here, you will find overviews, explanations, and timelines for the active and past projects at Mid Michigan College.

Honoring the College's dedication to a Shared Governance model and transparency, the project pages also include associated decision-making models, evidence and documents, and offer channels through which community and College members can participate in the efforts.


Project List
Jun 4, 2019, 9:30 AM
Mid's Outdoor Education Center will function as both a classroom and event space, while offering public amenities to anyone enjoying its forested land and trail systems. Completion is slated for August 2019.
May 22, 2019, 4:00 PM
Mid will invest $12 Million to improve its existing learning and student spaces through a renovation of the College’s Harrison campus. The College will reduce the Harrison Campus’ footprint, which will improve efficiencies, create a more student-friendly atmosphere by beautifying facilities and outdoor spaces, create student gathering and co-curricular spaces, address infrastructure and mechanical system issues, and improve campus safety and security systems.
Dec 3, 2018, 3:30 PM
Beginning in early December 2018, local law enforcement officials will provide security services for Mid from 7AM until 5PM, Monday-Thursday. These liaison officers will help the College further develop safety and security protocols, and their presence will drastically reduce the response time in crisis situations. They will also assist in creating, implementing, and training in emergency preparedness plans. Evenings and Fridays, security will be provided by STT Security Services.
Sep 27, 2018, 9:30 AM
This project intends to revitalize Mid's Pickard building by creating a community-centered space that broadens community access to lifelong learning and both personal and professional enrichment. The project reflects the College's commitment to transforming communities, creating open access to growth opportunities, and inspiring learners across their lifetimes.
 
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