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MID-CONTINENT TO MIDWAY
Midway College waiving fees for students transferring from closing Mid-Continent University

Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Saturday, April 19, 2014 11:20 AM EDT
MIDWAY, Ky.


Midway College is waiving admission application fees and offering other resources for students who want to transfer from Mid-Continent University.

Financial problems are forcing Mid-Continent to close this year.

Midway spokeswoman Ellen Gregory says Midway has received many calls from interested Mid-Continent students. She says both schools serve a lot of working adults who are part-time students, often finishing degrees during evening classes.

Gregory said Midway offers many online classes that would be accessible for Mid-Continent students who live in other parts of Kentucky.

Mid-Continent students still have to go through the admission process and be accepted, but Gregory said Midway will order their transcripts and waive the fees.

The school also is hosting informational online chat sessions about the transfer process.

More information is at www.midway.edu .










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