Federal Aid

Federal graduate financial aid is not dependent on income, although the FAFSA requires input from your tax returns. We have found that the vast majority of our applicants have been eligible to borrow up to the full cost of the program, as long as they meet the eligibility requirements outlined on the FAFSA.

All students considering applying for student loans should complete the FAFSA and enter Midland's Title IV Code: 002553

The application can be found here. For a paper copy, call 800-4FED-AID to request one to be mailed to you.

We understand that the decision to earn your Master of Education degree represents a serious investment of time and money. 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 loans and discounts that are available to you at (402) 941-6519 or to fill out the contact form here.

Employer Sponsorship

Many school districts offer tuition assistance for employees who wish to earn advanced degrees. Please check with your Human Resources department to find out if your employer offers such a program. If your employer offers tuition assistance but the Midland M.Ed. is not yet an approved program, please contact us with the name and preferred contact information for the appropriate Human Resources representative within your district.