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All of us at Mid Michigan College know that staying healthy and safe are your top priorities during this difficult time. We also know that a brighter future is on the horizon.

That's why we continue to expand the number of courses, programs, credentials, and services that are available remotely via online and real-time virtual delivery methods. From one-on-one help registering for courses to academic support, our teams are ready to help you build a bolder, brighter, better future, every step of the way.


More Online Classes, More Online Support, More Online Flexibility
Fall Registration is available April 20, 2020 - September 4, 2020.

Fall 2020 courses will be delivered on-campus and remotely, using online and real-time virtual technologies.

  • The College will take all necessary precautions to ensure that safe and healthy practices are followed. This plan is subject to change due to the evolving COVID-19 situation.

Start building your bolder, brighter, better future today!

The links below will provide you with basic guidelines, contact information, and details about learning and service options. All website content is accurate, but it's important to note that on-campus options have likely been adjusted to remote communication options due to the COVID-19 situation.

Register for Summer Covid-19 Landing page

We recognize that many students continue to be impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.

To help students during this difficult time, Mid is disbursing $200 from federal CARES Act funds to qualified students who take courses during the Fall 2020 semester, submit a FASFA, and meet other criteria.*

In addition, qualifying students who are facing economic hardships can request additional support from Mid Michigan College's CARES Student Support Fund. Visit midmich.edu/CARES for more information.

*Per federal guidelines, dual enrolled, guest, and international students are not eligible to receive CARES Act funds through Mid Michigan College. Students must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA) and meet other criteria to be eligible for funds. Eligibility is subject to change at any time.

Get started!

You're ready, don't delay your future. Mid is offering a wide-array of courses and many of our programs and credentials can largely be completed online. And with several delivery methods, Mid's courses provide you with an engaging, dynamic learning experience using the latest technology and resources.

Connect with us remotely!

For help with financial aid, academic advising, registration, and online learning you can now meet with us remotely using the latest real-time virtual technology. Plus, a live chat is now available throughout the website in the lower right-hand corner that allows you to connect with knowledgeable team members who are ready to help. Use the links below to contact specific team members and schedule online appointments.

We've got your back!

At Mid, we aren't just focused on your academic achievements, we see you for the complete individual that you are--with family and friends who are all being affected by the COVID-19 situation. We're here to support you, cheer you on, and connect you to local resources that may be of assistance. We encourage you to stay in touch, communicate your concerns, and share our belief that a brighter future is on the horizon.

There is a lot of uncertainty about what will be happening around the State by the Fall Semester. While we are unsure of what the future holds, we know that students need to graduate and begin careers or transfer to a university on schedule. Be assured that we are planning for a number of different scenarios to help students succeed.

The Fall Semester schedule is available now and registration is open. Ideally, the Fall Semester will run as scheduled and the College will offer courses on-campus and online. Although some form of social distancing is likely to be in place, we hope to welcome students to campus.

If Fall courses cannot be held on-campus, or if some other scenario means a change to the schedule, we are working to take what we have learned from our experience thus far to minimize the impact on students. In these scenarios, it’s that face-to-face courses would be moved to remote delivery using online and real-time virtual technologies, or face-to-face with enhanced social distancing restrictions in place.

We are hoping to make a decision about the Fall Semester by mid-July to give students plenty of time for schedule adjustments. Your Mid Mentor will work with you through these changes to ensure your schedule works best for you. Check midmich.edu/covid19 for updates and more information.


Learn more about Mid's COVID-19 response.

Mid's COVID-19 Updates and FAQs for Students & Employees

Local COVID-19 Resources List

 
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