Financial Aid: Yes
Street: 411 W Northmoor Road
Midstate College is a relatively small college with a strong history of providing qualified graduates to employers for over 120 years since our beginning in 1888. Students attend Midstate because they prefer the friendly, helpful, and caring atmosphere which is demonstrated by our faculty, staff, and administration. Midstate students often cite the individual attention and quality of instruction as primary reasons for their satisfaction with the College.
You are encouraged to review the enclosed information carefully as you consider making one of the most important decisions in your lifetime. Come visit Midstate College and allow our faculty and staff to assist you in achieving your future goals.
Up-to-date information is taught through modern methods and technology - both in the actual classroom and online in virtual classrooms. Also, the faculty and staff are easy to contact whenever needed. Students enjoy conversation and study whether in the library, or working on group assignments for online courses. Individual skills and growth are combined with group assignments and team efforts to develop a graduate that can succeed in any employment setting.
Students at Midstate College are a diverse group, coming from the surrounding metropolitan area, all of Illinois, and many other states and foreign countries. There are many transfer students with one to four years of college and an increasing number of adults in continuing education. Midstate College is committed to serving all students by offering alternative scheduling of classes and providing student services that serve working adults.
Students come from the surrounding metropolitan area, all of Illinois, and many other states. There are many transfer students with one to four years of college and an increasing number of adults in continuing education. We are proud of our ambitious and talented students with definite career goals in mind. While most are preparing themselves for immediate employment, others are continuing their education. Midstate College graduates have established an excellent record with employers for more than 120 years.
Financial aid is available through scholarships offered by community and civic organizations, as well as private businesses and corporations. As these scholarships become available, the Financial Assistance Office will make announcements regarding amounts and eligibility requirements. Students are also encouraged to investigate scholarship opportunities available in their own communities and using Internet-based scholarship searches. Midstate College also works closely with many county and state agencies that provide financial assistance to students who qualify under the guidelines of each individual agency.