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Midland College
Midland, United States - Texas


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Midland College (MC) was established as an independent junior college in 1972 and held its first classes on campus in 1975. Since that time, the campus, one of the most beautiful in the nation, has expanded to a 704,752 square foot main campus on 224 acres in the heart of Midland, Texas - a county seat of over 100,000 people. The institution, overall, has grown to include eight other campus extensions, including an 85,000 square-foot Advanced Technology Center. We recently opened the F. Marie Hall Academic Building, a two-story, 79,072 square-foot facility providing 36 classrooms, a 102-seat lecture hall, offices, and a student snack bar and open-air patio. And, nearing completion are a 21,645 square-foot addition to the Fox Science Building and a new 10,838 square-foot Helen L. Greathouse Children’s Center. These improvements are just part of a five-year plan to implement $41.8 million in expansions and renovations, approved overwhelmingly by Midland voters in a 2005 bond election.

Midland College is a co-educational, community college located in Midland, Texas. It was initially founded in 1972 as an independent junior college. The first classes on campus were held in 1975. The MC campus is spread over an area of more than 220 acres.

The divisions of Midland College are:

Business Studies
Distance Learning
Fine Arts and Communications
Health Sciences
Math and Science
Social and Behavioral Sciences and Education Studies
Technical Studies


The student enrollment at Midland College was 5,739 in 2007 (3,363 full-time equivalent).
Undergrads are 100% of enrolled students.
Students living in the US make up 100% of incoming freshmen.

Eligibility for Federal Programs such as Pell Grant, SEOG, and College Work Study require the following:

Students must:
1. Be a U.S. Citizen, Permanent Resident of the US, or Citizen of certain former trust territories;
2. Enroll as a Regular Student in an eligible program;
3. Make Satisfactory Academic Progress;
4. Have a High School diploma or a GED.

Eligibility for various scholarships may be a combination of academic achievement, financial need, or the wishes of the donor.

Students should apply for all types of aid as early as possible. Midland College has preference dates, which means that all needed forms or documents must be received prior to these dates to receive maximum consideration and to have aid available for payment of tuition and fees at registration

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   Scholarships and grants for international students @ Midland College

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