Founded in 1965, Mid has a long history of serving the community and offering quality educational experiences. Our lifelong learning opportunities, from short-term training to personal interest classes, engage participants and broaden horizons. Our small business services and connections to local industries foster economic growth. Our facilities and grounds encourage active, healthy lifestyles, are open to the public and include a fitness center, conference rooms, libraries, and walking and mountain biking trails.


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College Events

Sep 29
Career Fair

Mt. Pleasant Campus | CLAB Parking Lot

Our Career Fair is a convenient opportunity for employers to interview and hire local workers and for job seekers to connect with companies who need their skills. Employers from a variety of industries attend and look for candidates at all skill levels. Job seekers should dress for success and have digital copies of their updated résumé available.

Learn more and register today!

Sponsored by Mid Michigan College and MiWorks!

Wednesday, Sep 29

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Sep 29
Laker Life | Stay Afloat This Semester

Mt. Pleasant Campus | CSS 234

Join Laker Life for root beer floats and connect with other Mid students.

  • Make new friends.
  • Learn college success tips.
  • Enjoy a tasty treat!
For more information, contact Laker Life at lakerlife@midmich.edu.

Wednesday, Sep 29

7:00pm - 8:00pm

Oct 11
Honoring Indigenous Peoples Day

Mt. Pleasant Campus | Community Room

Mid Michigan College, through a community partnership with the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe and support from the Mid Michigan College Foundation, is privileged to host, and offer to the community, an event focused on honoring indigenous peoples and their culture.

Special Guests

  • Dr. Edwin Barnhart, Director of the Maya Exploration Center Sponsored by the Mid Michigan College Foundation
  • Frank Ettawageshik, President of Association on American Indian Affairs and Executive Director of the United Tribes of Michigan
  • Leaders of several Michigan Tribes
  • Federal, State, and Local Representatives

Event Highlights
  • Elders Prayer and Blessing
  • Drum Circles
  • Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture & Lifeways Traveling Exhibit

Questions? Contact Donna Sinclair at jsinclair@midmich.edu or (989) 708-0889.
Click Here for an Event Agenda (Times, speakers, and event highlights are subject to change.)

Monday, Oct 11

10:00am - 2:00pm

Oct 15
Deadwood Grove Haunted Forest

Mid Michigan College, 1375 S Clare Ave, Harrison, MI 48625, USA

Deadwood Grove season is here... the haunted forest returns to the Harrison Campus on Fridays and Saturdays October 15 - October 30!


TICKETS


Questions? Contact Tammy Alvaro at (989) 386-6634 or talvaro@midmich.edu.

Friday, Oct 15

7:00pm - 10:00pm

Oct 16
Deadwood Grove Haunted Forest

Mid Michigan College, 1375 S Clare Ave, Harrison, MI 48625, USA

Deadwood Grove season is here... the haunted forest returns to the Harrison Campus on Fridays and Saturdays October 15 - October 30!


TICKETS


Questions? Contact Tammy Alvaro at (989) 386-6634 or talvaro@midmich.edu.

Saturday, Oct 16

7:00pm - 10:00pm

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