Cost & Aid
We understand that the decision to earn a degree and educational endorsements represents a serious investment of time and money. This program offers an invaluable experience for future educators, and it is an investment that will provide significant returns for the rest of your teaching career.
That said, there are plenty of ways to fund your higher education! We encourage you to contact us for more information, either via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or (402) 941-6520.
Scholarships & Funding Opportunities
Midland University is proud to support students by providing a multitude of funding opportunities for various situations.
Scholarships, Grants & Sponsorships
Thanks to the generous donor support of Midland University and the Teacher Career Ladder programs and educational endorsements, Midland University is able to award financial support to qualifying TCL students. Please contact the graduate admissions team at graduate.admissions@midlandu.
Students who are pursuing a Special Education endorsement through the TCL program may also qualify to receive additional educational scholarships for each year in the program.
*Federal loans may be available for the remainder of the cost.
The Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant Program provides grants of up to $4,000 per year to education students, up to a total of $16,000. These students must agree to serve as full‐time teachers in a high‐needs field for four years after their degree in a public or private elementary school, secondary school, or educational service agency that serves students from low‐income families.
If interested in the TEACH grant, please fill out the questionnaire.
Many school districts offer tuition assistance. Please check with your Human Resources department to find out if your employer offers such a program.
Federal undergraduate financial aid will use your tax returns to assess your eligibility for federal subsidized and unsubsidized loans and grants as you return for your bachelor’s degree.
Students who are U.S. Citizens, or permanent residents, are generally eligible for federal financial aid if they do not default on any federal loans and have not hit the federal borrowing limit of $57,500 for undergraduate programs.
Students who are ready to start the financial aid process may start by applying for student loans by completing the FAFSA and entering Midland’s Title IV Code: 002553.Learn More About Federal Aid
Tuition & Fees
Students enrolled in the Teacher Career Ladder program will pay a one-time student services fee that will cover their cost for the following: Praxis Content Exam per endorsement, Yearly SEA/N Membership Fee, One-Source Background Check, NETA Conference Fee, iPad, and the cost of digital or hard copy textbooks. Microsoft Office Student Edition will be made available to all students for free.
|Teacher Career Ladder||Cost Per Credit Hour & Fees|
|Tuition||$676 per credit|
|Student Services Fees||$1,600 (One-Time Fee)|
|Commencement Fee||$100 (One-Time Fee)|
*Tuition and fees are subject to change per year.
Additional costs not included in tuition and fees:
- Books and course materials
- Personal computer (Microsoft Office Student Edition will be made available to all students)
Payment Schedule & Deadlines
Tuition and fees are due for the term on the first day of each term. The Midland student accounts office can also work with you directly to set up a payment plan. Enrolling in the program requires a nonrefundable $250 enrollment deposit, which holds your seat in the incoming class. This deposit is applied to the first-term balance.
All payments should be submitted by the first day of the term. If a student believes they are going to miss the deadline, we ask that they please contact us at email@example.com before the start of the term.
Please, note: Any student account balance will preclude registration in future terms.Terms and Conditions