More than 100 International Students enroll at Mid Michigan College each semester.
Mid is excited to serve students from across the globe as they pursue American college degrees. We value diverse classroom and learning experiences for all of our students, and hope to see you on campus soon.
You'll meet one-on-one with Mid's dedicated International Advisor who is specifically prepared to assist you with the unique complexities of the international college application and enrollment processes.
Contact Mid’s International Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org or (989) 773-6622 x233.
If you are an International Student who wishes to attend Mid, complete these next steps so you can receive an I-20 Certificate of Eligibility.
STEP 1: Apply using the online form.
Complete the Mid Michigan College International Student Application. Be sure to supply your name exactly as it is printed on your passport.
STEP 2: submit diplomas and transcripts.
STEP 3: submit toefl and/or test scores
Submit your TOEFL score (Mid requires a minimum of 500 on paper-based tests, 173 on computer-based tests, or 61 for internet-based tests) or an ELS score of 109 or IELTS of 5.0. All scores should be submitted to email@example.com. Applicants not meeting these criteria are still considered for admission, but are required to take courses in Mid's LUCES Academy. Contact Mid's International Advisor for more details.
STEP 4: COmplete financial verification.
Submit a financial statement verifying that you have the financial resources to cover $19,247 USD in expenses for each year. Bank statements, affidavits of sponsorship, etc. should be supplied to support the financial statement.
If you have made arrangements to reside with a friend or relative while attending Mid and can provide a signed Financial Support Form, financial verification limits may be reduced to $17,541 USD.
It's very important for you and the friend or relative you plan to reside with to fully evaluate financial resources before pursuing admission. Mid does not offer grants, loans, or student employment to international students and, based upon F-1 Visa requirements, international students are not eligible to work off-campus.
STEP 5: Learn how to maintain student status.
Read about maintaining F-1 student status.
STEP 6: complete the international students transfer form.
STEP 7: provide proof of health insurance.
Mid asks that you provide proof of health insurance coverage, but this is optional. You can purchase health insurance for approximately $500 per year, through HTH Worldwide or Specialty Risk International, Inc. These are two health insurance options, there are many others. Mid Michigan College does not endorse or have any affiliation with any health insurance provider.
Contact Mid's International Advisor
(989) 773-6622 x233