Cost & Aid
We understand that the decision to earn a doctoral-level degree represents a serious investment of time and money. The programs offered provide invaluable experience for practicing 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 about resources that are available to you at firstname.lastname@example.org or (402) 941-6520.
Tuition & Fees
All graduate education program tuition and costs are outlined below. Books, course materials, and a personal computer are required and not included in tuition or fees. Microsoft Office Student Edition will be made available to all students for free.
|$575 per credit*
|Student Services Fees
|$25 per credit
|$100 (One-Time Fee)
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 before the start of the term.
Please note: Any student account balance will preclude registration in future terms.
Federal Financial Aid
Financial aid from the federal government is available for almost all graduate and online programs as another way to make additional education an option for you as you consider joining us at Midland University.Learn More About Federal Financial Aid
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