Payment Options

Mid Students Have Options for Paying Tuition & Fees:

  1. Financial Aid - if the student has already applied for aid & received an award letter. Click here for more information on financial aid, including the application.
  2. Online via MidWeb.
  3. By Mail - Mid Michigan College, ATTN: Cashier, 1375 S Clare Ave, Harrison, MI 48625.
  4. In Person - Harrison Campus or Mt. Pleasant Doan Center - Mon-Fri 8AM-4:30PM (sometimes later!). Spring & Summer hours may vary.
  5. Or, payment plan through Nelnet Business Solutions (NBS - formerly FACTS).
    For more information or to sign up, read below.

NBS Payment Plan Options:

We are pleased to offer you a convenient, online method to pay through NBS.
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Sign up & Instructions for Nelnet (NBS)

Direct Log-in Access Link to Nelnet (NBS)

Instructions for Making Adjustments to your Nelnet (NBS)

If you choose the payment plan, it MUST be set up by the tuition due date to avoid being dropped from classes.

Note: The enrollment fee must still be paid to Mid on the day of registration to secure courses, even if you use the payment plan.

Important Note: Please do not assume your payment plan balance will automatically be adjusted if a financial aid award is added to your account or you drop or add a class. Review your agreement online through the Nelnet Account link above or call the Cashier's Office at 989.386.6611.

Student’s now have the ability to make payments and adjustments to their own Nelnet Payment Plan. Please see instructions under the section labeled NBS Payment Plan above. If you do not have access to the your Nelnet Payment Plan, Mid requires a signature for any adjustment to a payment plan. You can complete the "Change of Status Form" for an adjustment at the Cashier's Office at the Harrison Campus or at Center for Student Services located in the Mt. Pleasant Doan Center. Changes will NOT be made over the phone.

PLEASE NOTE: Nelnet Business Solutions requires that a change must occur TWO (2) business days before a scheduled payment date for the change to take effect.

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