Registration for winter semester courses at Mid Michigan College is now underway. Courses are scheduled to take place on-campus and remotely through a variety of delivery methods utilizing the latest technologies. The College remains committed to following recommendations from governmental agencies and health professionals to provide and maintain a healthy environment for students, staff, and campus visitors.

“The health and safety of our campus community is our top concerns as we plan for the upcoming semester,” said Tim Hood, President of Mid Michigan College. “We continue to safely welcome students, staff, and visitors to campus with social distancing and appropriate safety precautions in place.”

The College’s Study Safe, Stay Healthy Plan includes a variety of measures based on scientific and expert recommendations to limit exposure and maintain a clean environment. Social distancing measures will continue to be enforced, along with the use of face coverings, and an enhanced cleaning schedule will also remain in place.

“We are continuing to take thorough precautions to reduce risk,” noted Hood. “We also recognize that not everyone is ready to return to campus and are being sensitive to those concerns as well.”

The College is continuing to expand the number of courses, programs, and services that are available remotely. Courses will be offered on-campus and through a variety of delivery methods including online, hybrid, and HyFlex. These options can be further explored at

The College’s plan also includes a mix of on-campus and online resources and academic support services to help students succeed. From one-on-one help registering for courses to remote academic support, and access to loaner hotspot devices and no-cost mental health counseling, Mid is continuing to support student success through a variety of methods.

Registration for the winter semester is available now through January 15 with courses beginning January 11 in Harrison, Mt. Pleasant, online, and at Mid Michigan College locations throughout the mid-Michigan region, including Big Rapids, Bad Axe, and Caro among others.

Prospective students can apply online at or contact Admissions at or (989) 386-6661. For more information about Mid’s response to COVID-19, visit

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