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Cost & Aid

Tuition & Fees | Federal Aid | Payment Schedule

Cost & Aid

Midland’s MAT program understands that in order for students to take the next steps in their education, they need to be able to plan around the cost of the program. That’s why Midland University has provided a number of resources for students to use to help them make their decision. 

Our admissions and financial aid counselors are here to help make going back to school as painless and affordable as possible. We encourage you to contact us for more information about resources that are available to you at or (402) 941-6520.

Tuition & Fees

We understand that the decision to earn your Master of Athletic Training degree represents a serious investment of time and money. The program offers invaluable experience and prepares students to take the Board of Certification (BOC) Examination to become licensed as a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC).

Master of Athletic Training Tuition RateCost
Tuition$520 per credit hour*
Student Services Fees (one-time program fee)$3,200
Wellness Fee (annual)$110
*Tuition and fees are subject to change per year. Prices effective 6/1/2022.

The student services fees include an iPad that students will keep upon graduation, all certifications, supplies, uniforms, practice tests for the BOC exam, workshops, conferences, NATA and MAATA membership fees, state student membership dues, and your first attempt at the Board of Certification (BOC) exam.

Federal Financial Aid

Financial aid from the federal government is available for almost all programs in the Center for Graduate and Professional Studies, 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

Payment Schedule

Tuition and fees are due on the first day of each term. The Midland student accounts office can also work with you directly to set up a payment plan, if more convenient.

Enrolling in the program requires a nonrefundable $250 enrollment deposit, which holds a student’s seat in the incoming class. This deposit is applied to the first-term balance.

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