After 131 years of providing quality education to Central Illinois, Midstate College will cease operations at the end of the summer 2019 term on August 16, 2019.
We want to thank all of our students, faculty, and staff who were a part of this institution and wish all of you the best in the future.
This site contains key contact information for Midstate College graduates and former students. For student who did not graduate, Midstate College has agreements with several partner schools that will provide an opportunity for you to complete your program of study.
Students or graduates who attended after 2001 can contact Parchment to obtain an official transcript.
Students who graduated before 2001 can contact the Illinois Board of Higher Education to obtain an official transcripts.
Graduates can obtain a replacement diploma if they graduated after 2001 by contacting Parchment.
Midstate College Academic Catalogs for 2006-2019 may be found at this link.
Course syllabi for classes taught from 2001 through 2019 may be found at this link.
Students can email email@example.com if they have questions about financial aid.
The information below will provide the eligibility requirements for loan discharge and the Illinois Attorney General’s Office provides assistance through a Student Loan Helpline.
Visit this link to evaluate the eligibility requirements for discharge of Federal Direct Loans, Federal Family Education Loans (FFEL) Program loans, or Federal Perkins Loans. This information does not apply to non-federal student loans. For those loans, please contact lenders directly for options and to understand repayment obligations.
The Illinois Attorney General’s office created the Student Loan Helpline (1-800-455-2456; TTY: 1-800-964-3013) to provide student borrowers with free resources about repayment options and information on avoiding default. Borrowers can also call to file consumer complaints regarding issues with the billing and servicing of their loans. IBHE encourages all students concerned about federal loans to call the hotline.
Please continue to pay Midstate College on your balance due. We will make transcripts or diplomas available to all students, regardless of the balance on their account.
Midstate College worked with institutions to try to ensure that students in Illinois and out-of-state have options to continue their education whether students attend online or on-campus. If you have any advising questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in attending Bradley University, please contact the Interim Associate Provost of Academic Affairs, Jobie Skaggs, at email@example.com.
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Midstate College has provided basic information regarding program and regional accreditations including contact information, dates of approval, description of accreditations, etc. See links below:
Midstate College was accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. The Higher Learning Commission is designated as a recognized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education.
Midstate College was approved by the Illinois Board of Higher Education to operate in Illinois.
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