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Mid Mentor Karley Roy works with a student.

Advising & Mentoring

Reach out to your Mid Mentor for assistance that is unique to your needs.

Mid Mentors are committed to providing individualized and timely reminders, encouragement, and academic advising services during your entire experience at Mid. They will help you to establish educational goals and support you as you accomplish them.

Have a question? Need guidance on next steps? Contact your Mid Mentor today!

Click Here to schedule an appointment with a Mid Mentor today!

Connect with Student Services

Mid Mentors - Financial Aid - Registration & Records

We understand that our students need access to the important services that the Mid Mentors provide (registration assistance, academic advising, new student orientation, etc.). Please select one of the following methods to reach our team:

  • Virtual “Walk-In” Assistance You can quickly video/voice conference with one of our friendly staff members Monday-Friday from 9am-3:30pm. You will first enter the Virtual Waiting Room. When you reach the front of the queue, you will be directed into a private breakout room with the staff member who can best answer your question(s) or meet your need(s).

Enter the Mid Mentors Virtual Room

Enter the Financial Aid Virtual Room



What should be done before you see a Mentor?

  • Apply for admission
  • Set up Mid Portal and email account
  • Provide transcripts from high school and any other colleges you've attended
  • Complete Placement Testing
  • Attend Orientation (if you're new to Mid)
  • Consider how you'll pay for college. Explore the Financial Aid website for more information.

What should I bring to my Advising Appointment:

First-time Freshman should bring:

Returning Students should bring:

  • A list of desired courses
  • An idea of what you would like to accomplish in the appointment

Transfer Students should bring:

  • Provide transcripts from all previously attended colleges or university
    (unofficial copies are okay)

If you are seeing a Mentor for career counseling, please bring your career assessment results.

 
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