Students at Midland Christian School may take dual credit classes in English, Speech and Math. Midland Christian offers ENGL 1301 and 1302 ( Composition 1 and 2) during a student's Junior year and ENGL 2301 and 2302 (British Literature 1 and 2) during a student's Senior year. Seniors may also take SPCH 1315(Public Speaking) and MATH 1314/1316 (College Algebra & Trigonometry)
Other Midland College classes may be taken throughout the year and will count toward college credit, but not high school credit. If your child would like to add an online class either during the long semester or summer session, please email Geta Mitchell at email@example.com with that course selection.
Step 1: Parent Permission Form (MUST BE COMPLETED EACH YEAR)
For ALL students - please fill out the Student/Parent Agreement each year you are at Midland Christian and taking dual credit or online classes
How do I drop a class?1. Make sure to check the academic calendar before dropping. There is a date each term that classes must be dropped by. If you drop after that date it will be reflected on your transcript. See the academic calendar here:https://www.midland.edu/academics/academic-calendars.php
What classes can I take?
You may take any class that Midland College offers and that you qualify for, but the most common classes are:
Art Appreciation - ARTS 1301
Music Appreciation - MUSI 1306
Government - GOVT 2305
History - HIST 1301 & 1302
Psychology - PSYC 2301
These classes are not offered on the Midland Christian campus and will not count for Midland Christian credit. They will only count as Midland College credit. Please verify with the university you plan to attend regarding which classes will transfer.
My MC Portal
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***** Found in the top right hand corner of the webpage www.midland.edu *****My MC Portal Login Instructions
Midland College Email
Once you log into your account the first time, the password expires. It must be changed before closing the page or signing off or you will be locked out of your account.
MC students, your email address is as follows:
First letter of first name + first three letters of last name + last three numbers of your MC Student ID followed by @mail.midland.edu
If you have a 9 digit Student ID, your password is your MC Student ID
Example: John Doe, student ID number 123004567 (no dashes)
User ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Email Address: email@example.com
If you have a 5 digit Student ID, your password is four zeros + your MC Student ID
Example: John Doe, student ID number 12345 (no dashes)
User ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Email Address: email@example.com
It will take 2 to 3 business days for your email account to be created AFTER the first time you register for a class at Midland College.
Once you are no longer a student for 2 years, your MC Student email account will be deleted, so you should not use it as your primary email account for personal use.
Your Login ID is your ENTIRE student email address (include @mail.midland.edu).
Virtual College of Texas (VCT) students DO NOT have a Midland College email account.
Download the Gmail app to your smartphone and set it up to receive your MC email account for quick, easy access.
Once you are no longer a student for 2 years, your MC Student email account will be deleted, so you should not use that as your permanent and primary email account for personal use.
Contact the Midland College Help Desk at (432) 685-4788 or firstname.lastname@example.org
How to set up MC Email: https://www.midland.edu/audiences/current-students/student-email.php
How do I sign up for dual credit classes?
You will need to email Geta Mitchell at gmitchell@ midlandchristianschool.org to request a specific class. You also will "register" for Midland College classes when you fill out your course selection Google Doc in the spring from Mr. Myers.
What is the difference between dual credit classes and Midland College classes?
Dual credit classes are classes that are taught on the Midland Christian campus by Midland Christian teachers who are also certified through Midland College as being college-level professors. Courses taken at Midland College during the summer or online during the school year are not accepted as high school credit, but dual credit courses count as high school credit and college credit.
How do I pay for my courses?
Pay your invoice at the Cashier's Counter in the Student Services Building or online in MyMCPortal (top right corner at www.midland.edu). You can also set up a payment plan (select Pay by FACTS). Pay your invoice before the due date so that you're not dropped for non-payment.
* Username is your MC student ID number (listed on your invoice & in the MC enrollment email)
* Password is the 4-digit number you posted on your application (listed in the MC enrollment email)
After you log in, click on "Students" in the top left of screen. Then go to the last option in the first text box that says "My Account Info/ Make a payment". Follow the steps from there on.
What classes can I take online through Midland College?
Any class that you wish to take can be added to your schedule.Click here for a more detailed idea of classes available
Purchase your textbooks. Required texts are listed at www.midlandcollegebookstore.com
What do I do on the first day of class?
* Username is your MC email address (instructions for set up here)
*Password is your MC student ID number (listed on your invoice & the MC enrollment email.)