Midland University - Fremont, Ne

Campus Update March 2019

Campus Update March 2019

Mar 22nd , 2019

We recognize the challenges that many of you have been faced with during this last week with the flood. We commend your spirit, resiliency, and service to others. As Spring Break draws to an end and as many of you start returning to Fremont, we want to give you a brief campus update. 

Given that our campus was unaffected by the recent flood waters in Fremont, and now that roads in and out of the community are available, we will move forward with classes as originally scheduled for Monday, March 25.   

Your safety is our priority, so we encourage you to take proper precautions before traveling back to campus and continue to check the Nebraska Department of Transportation for accurate, up-to-date road conditions.

For students experiencing any extenuating circumstances due to the devastation caused by the recent flood, please contact for support.

We look forward to seeing you all back on campus. 

Mar 20th 2019

Midland's Fremont campus continues to be fully operational and safe for students and employees. At this time, pending road conditions, we are planning to hold classes as scheduled on Monday, March 25. Any change in this planning will be communicated no later than Friday, March 22. Our priority is the safety of our students and employees, so this assumes that students, faculty, and staff are able to return safely to campus and that roads are approved for driving. The main roads into Fremont were opened yesterday, Tuesday, March 19, so we are hopeful of resuming regular scheduling beginning next week.

Please check the Nebraska Department of Transportation for the latest information on road closures before traveling.

Please don’t hesitate to contact with any questions or concerns you may have. We will continuously update this page with the latest information regarding the state of our campus.

We appreciate your continued support and understanding as we work through this challenging time as a community.


May 17th 2019

FEMA Disaster Update