In response to the COVID-19 risk, please rely on the temporary information below as long as this message appears.
As of March 17, Mid Michigan College announced that it would restrict building access from March 19 to May 2.
Students and employees can still access campus (with ID) through one entry on each of the College’s campuses.
- In Harrison, entrance will be limited to South Entrance #5, near the first-floor HelpDesk and first-floor elevator.
- In Mt. Pleasant, entrance is limited to the Doan Center.
- Students have access to the Doan computer lab in Mt. Pleasant and the Harrison computers outside of the first-floor HelpDesk. All other computers and labs will be unavailable.
- Security will check employees and students in and out of the buildings and verify where they will be to ensure appropriate social distancing, disinfection practices, and general wellbeing.
1375 S. Clare Ave., Harrison, MI 48625 | Google Maps directions to Harrison Campus
harrison campus FLOOR PLANS (PDF VERSION 2020) (Updated FEB 2020)
Harrison Main Building, S.O.A.R. Center
The original Mid Michigan College building houses faculty offices and classrooms, including nursing, welding, CADD, and automotive labs, as well as student services, library and learning services, the student center and the fitness center. Large and small meeting spaces are also available for the public to reserve.
Center for Medical Imaging Studies
Newly created in 2012, this facility supports Mid’s Radiography and MRI programs with updated equipment and technologies and a modern appearance that simulates a clinical setting.
Technical Education Center
This facility houses Plastics Technology, Machining, and HRA/HVAC skills labs, and includes flexible spaces for rapid training in trade and technical skills. All of these labs have been installed, improved and updated since 2011.
Located on 560 acres of wooded land, Mid’s Harrison campus offers mountain biking, running, and walking trails for public use. There are four trails that make up the system. For maps and usage guidelines, visit Mid's Walking & Biking Trails