Tuition & Fees

Tuition costs at Midway College are the same for all in-state and out-of-state full-time day students. The 2014 - 2015 tuition and fee charges are effective beginning July 1, 2014.

Tuition, Housing & Required Fees*

Full-Time Rate Per Semester
(12 or More Credit Hours)

Per Credit
Hour Rate

Undergraduate (Women's College) Resident Room & Board
Summer Term Courses




Adult Undergraduate (Accelerated Programs)



M Ed



Student Fees

Women's College Students

Adult Undergraduate
& Graduate Students

Technology Fee (per semester)
Student Activity Fee (per semester)
LMS Fee (per online course)



*Some courses may require additional fees. Course Fees & Tuition Rate Details 2014-15

Special notes
• No change in Women's College tuition or room/board
• No change in the Adult Undergraduate evening tuition rate
• The online rate per credit hour was reduced from $445 per credit hour to $395; with the LMS fee of $150 added to each online class, the total cost for a 3 credit-hour online class remains exactly the same as FY14.
• Overall with the new tuition and fee structure the cost of attending Midway College will only increase slightly for the 2014-2015 academic year. The general range is $75 to $400 per semester.

Biggest changes
• One credit hour rate for Adult Undergraduate programs
• New course specific fees
• All students now pay a technology fee per semester
• Women's College students pay a student activity fee per semester
• The total cost increase for a Women's College student per semester is $125, unless the student takes classes with a course fee associated.

What is the Technology Fee?
The technology fee helps cover costs associated with providing technology support to all students. The fee is to ensure that our Information Technology Service Department has the means to provide excellent technological service to students.

What is the Student Activity Fee?
The student activity fee helps fund the many clubs and organizations that provide programming and services to the campus. This fee assists in paying speakers, entertainers, providing resource materials for activities and off campus trips provided by the Student Affairs office.

What is the LMS Fee?
In order to operate and provide online courses the College utilizes a learning management system (LMS). Students who utilize the LMS system for online courses are charged a fee (per online course) which helps maintain and support that system, including hardware, software and student service support.

What are the Course Fees?
Many classes require additional supplies that are outside the normal cost of providing a course. These items include art supplies, laboratory equipment and supplies, special software licenses, equine-related supplies and more. Each course that has a fee associated with it is charged once per term/per course and calculated as the student registers for that particular course. Course Fees & Tuition Rate Details 2014-15

1. Full-time status is achieved for Women's College students when enrolled in at least 12 credit hours per semester. Students taking less than 12 hours in the Women's College use the per credit hour rate to calculate tuition for the semester.

2. There is no additional tuition charge for Women's College students enrolled in
more than 18 credit hours. The Vice President of Academic Affairs and the student's advisor must give approval prior to the student registering for more than 18 hours.

3. All Adult Undergraduate and Graduate students are charged on a per credit hour basis.

4. Women's College students pay $395 per credit hour for summer term courses.

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