Midland University is a private liberal arts college with an approximate enrollment of 1,100 students. The 33-acre academic and residential campus is located 25 miles northwest of Omaha, Nebraska in Fremont, Nebraska.
Founded in 1883, Midland University is a private liberal arts college located in the heart of Fremont, Nebraska and just 20 minutes from Omaha. About 1,200 students from across the map attend Midland University. Nearly 60% of students reside on campus, creating a thick campus community. With a 10:1 student to faculty ratio, and an average class size of 18, students have full access to professors who know them by name. Midland University provides a close-knit community for faculty, staff, students, friends and alumni Midland University students gain personal attention from their advisors and hands-on experience in their major, not to mention the edge in job and graduate school placement. Midland promotes excellence through more than 30 majors and pre-professional programs and has a reputation as a leader in education, business, nursing and medical sciences, and human performance. The Midland 4-Year Graduation Guarantee assures students meeting basic requirements will graduate within four years. If you donï¿½t graduate in our four-year plan, we will pay 100% of your tuition until you do. How do we do it? In our innovative Center for the 4-Year Graduation Guaranteed, we have an entire team of professional advisors dedicated to helping you succeed
The mission of the Midland University Counseling Center is to provide students with free, confidential, short-term mental health treatment with referrals to community agencies for long-term mental health treatment. Our counselor will work with you to identify presenting issues that are affecting your educational experience and collaboratively specify goals that promote mental and emotional well-being. Our intent is to enhance each studentï¿½s experience by providing them with a counseling service that promotes a balanced lifestyle academically, mentally, socially, and spiritually. Our counselor strives to create a safe and supportive counseling environment that respects the diversity of every student.
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33-acre academic and residential campus