Financial Aid: Yes
City: Wichita Falls
Street: 3410 Taft Blvd
Phone: (940) 397-4352
What began in September of 1922 as Wichita Falls Junior College has developed over the years into Midwestern State University (MSU). Growing from its first location on the third floor of the high school at Eleventh and Broad streets, the college was moved to its current location in 1937 and was renamed Hardin Junior College.
Midwestern State University is organized into six colleges with 16 undergraduate programs offering 43 majors, 30 minors and nine graduate programs offering 24 majors and 16 minors.
MSU is the only university in Texas with membership in the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges and was the first public university in Texas to establish a core curriculum. The university is also a member of the Association of American Colleges and Universities.
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With a computer and a connection to the Internet, you can complete any of the following certificates in less than three to six months in the comfort of your own home. These courses are available for immediate registration and you can complete them, self-paced, from any Web enabled computer.
Approximately 65 percent of Midwestern students receive financial aid in the form of grants, scholarships, student loans and work-study programs.
MSU awards undergraduate academic scholarships in recognition of a student???s academic achievement; special abilities as indicated by the applicant???s academic transcript, entrance exam scores, participation in extracurricular activities, and other criteria as defined by specific scholarship programs. Students applying for scholarships through the MSU Admissions office, must be accepted for unconditional admission by the printed deadlines.