Women’s College Day Programs

AT MIDWAY COLLEGE in Kentucky, your required classes form the solid core of the knowledge needed to grow and succeed in your chosen field. Beyond that, coursework helps you further expand your understanding in the areas of literature, math, philosophy, history, language and other subjects you may choose. During our traditional college classes, you’ll learn to think critically and creatively and to communicate effectively. Midway College provides you the opportunity to learn to play an instrument, to sing, to write and to participate in a competitive sport, among many other things. You’ll mature through your involvement at Midway College by learning to analyze, question and examine life. You’ll be well prepared for a lifetime of growth.

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Kentucky’s only women’s college Student-teacher ratio is 13:1
Founded in 1847 by Dr. Lewis Letig Pinkerton More than 90% of students receive scholarships or financial aid
Located on a 200-acre farm in the heart of the historic Bluegrass horse region Academic and athletic scholarships are awarded
3 riding arenas, 40 stalls and 170 acres of pasture land Evolved from the Kentucky Female Orphan School to an elementary school to the Pinkerton High School and finally established as Midway College
Associated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Midway College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Associate and Baccalaureate degrees
Centrally located near Lexington, Frankfort, Georgetown or Versailles The Teacher Education programs have continuing state accreditation by the Educational Professional Standards Board
The nursing programs are approved by the Kentucky Board of Nursing and accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (On Warning), Inc. (formerly National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission).
Celebrate personal and academic achievements by ringing the Pinkerton Bell