Program / Course Admission Requirements
Truck Driving Program
Prerequisites should state that to complete this portion of the class the student should have the following done:
1. Medical card (Physical) – Has to be completed before the students applies for the permit
2. Class A Permit – Needs to be completed before the student enrolls in the Pre-Requisite course.
3. Pass Drug Screen (Negative test results) – This is completed on the first day of the Pre-Requisite course.
4. Completion of the first three steps will allow the student to enroll in the 4-week course.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fees must be paid in full by 12:00 pm (noon) two business days prior to the first class day. *Some departments may require payment earlier, students need to verify, at time of registration, when their payment will be due. Students will only be contacted if a course is cancelled or if any changes are made to the course information originally published in the CE schedule. Tuition and fees are based on the number of course hours, instruction costs, and equipment and building use.
Out-of-state fees may apply and will be noted in course information. An out-of-state resident is defined as: US citizens 18 years of age or older who have not been a resident of Texas 12 months prior to registration.
Please note: if you have a prior balance, a hold, which prevents registration, will be placed on your account. You must contact the cashier's office at (432) 685-4531 and resolve the issue BEFORE being permitted to register for Continuing Education courses.
Cash, checks, money orders, traveler's checks, Visa, MasterCard and Discover are accepted for course payment.
Course payments may be made in person at the following locations:
Advanced Technology Center
3200 W Cuthbert
Midland College Main Campus
3600 N Garfield
Courses that lack sufficient enrollment will be cancelled by 12:00 pm (noon) two business days prior to the first class day. If a course is cancelled, the continuing education department makes every effort to notify all registered students promptly. Students will only be contacted if a course is cancelled or if any changes are made to the course information originally published in the CE schedule.
Each Continuing Education class has a minimum student enrollment requirement that has to be met in order for the class to make. Paid students that are enrolled in a cancelled course will automatically be issued a refund from our accounting department. Cash refunds will not be issued.
Students will receive a 100% refund (less a $10 processing fee) less amount of DOT Drug and Physical fee and Criminal background check., if they drop by 12:00 pm (noon) two business days prior to the first class day. Students will receive an 80% refund less the amount of DOT and Physical and Criminal background check, less $10 if they drop before the second class day. With the exception of extenuating circumstances, students will not receive a refund for a one-day class if they drop on the day of the class. No refunds will be given after the second class day. It is the student's responsibility to cancel their registration. Allow 30 days refund processing. No cash refunds will be issued.
Social Security Numbers
A social security number is required to identify students' permanent records. The Midland College registration system automatically encrypts a student's social security number into a student identification number. The student ID is used for all internal printed material and provides additional protection of a students' privacy. Students are urged to become familiar with the student ID number and to use it when communicating with College offices. Students are requested to provide their social security number to the College for maintenance of their student records; it also allows the College to meet federal and state-reporting requirements.
Continuing Education classes qualify eligible participants to receive Continuing Education Units (CEUs). The CEU is a nationally recognized standard of measurement earned for participation in qualified programs. One unit is awarded for every ten hours of instruction. Upon successful completion of qualified course the participant will receive a Midland College certificate with awarded hours and CEUs.
Grading, Certificates, and Transcripts
The final grade in most Continuing Education Department courses is an ‘S’ (satisfactory completion) or a ‘U’ (unsatisfactory completion). Personal enrichment courses may be excluded from the grading process.
After eligible courses are graded, official transcripts will be available. All transcript requests must be submitted in writing or in person to the Continuing Education Department.
In most cases, a certificate of completion will be provided for graded continuing education courses. With the exception of certain seminars, short courses, and customized contract courses, the cost of certificates is included in the course fee. There is a $15 fee for additional or replacement certificates.
Unless otherwise noted, books and supplies are not included in the tuition costs. Some courses require the purchase of special books or equipment. Supply lists are provided at the time of registration or on the first class day. Midland College bookstore hours are Monday - Thursday from 8:00 am - 7:00 pm and Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm. For more information call (432) 685-4545.
Students enrolled in CE courses on the Midland College, Main Campus, will receive their parking permit on the first day of class from the instructor or students can pick up parking permits in the CE office, Pevehouse Administration Bldg., Room 100.
Students taking CE courses at the ATC or PPDC do not need a parking permit.