You will be contacted by either a faculty advisor or an Admissions Counselor to set up your first semester of courses.
All students will receive a Midway University email account once they are admitted. This account will automatically be created within 2-3 business days after acceptance. When your new email account is created, instructions will be sent to the personal email account on file with the University. It is very important that you check your Midway account regularly as this is our primary method of communication with students.
MyMidway Portal provides virtual access to the Midway campus including announcements, events, online class access, Midway email, and more. You can also access Self-Service through the portal where you can view your student records such as class schedules, grades and faculty information. You will be able to register for classes, print your schedule, check your bill, check the status of your financial aid and view your unofficial transcript record.
MyMidway Portal can be accessed by going to www.midway.edu and clicking on MyMidway Portal at the top of the page, or go directly to https://my.midway.edu.
*If you do not receive login information by email, contact our Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to use financial aid funds (grants or loans) for your education, make sure you have completed the correct FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Some students may be selected for verification, which means you will need to submit additional documentation before financial aid can be issued. Once you are admitted and any verification documents have been submitted, the Financial Aid Office will post your award amounts to your Self-Service account in MyMidway Portal. You will need to log-in to Self-Service and accept the financial aid award in order for it to be applied to your account. Please note that grants are not available to graduate students. If you have questions, please contact our Financial Aid Office at (859) 846-5410 or email FAID@midway.edu.
An email from BusinessOffice@midway.edu will be sent to you notifying you when charges or other transactions have been placed on your account. A Registration Statement will be available for review on your Self-Service account approximately 24 hours after you register. If your financial aid has been finalized, you will see those funds applied to your balance.
Payments or payment arrangements can be made on Self-Service, by phone, by mail, or in person. If payment in full or payment arrangements are not in place by the 10th day after classes begin, you will be dropped from your courses. Questions about the Registration Statement or about other ways to pay should be directed to the Business Office at (859) 846-5402 or 5411.
Students will get their books through our partner Akademos online at the Midway University Online Bookstore & Marketplace.
The Midway University Online Bookstore & Marketplace offers:
- An average savings of 60% off list price when shopping the Marketplace
- Free shipping on select orders over $49
- Year-round online buyback where you name the price
Visit the website and order online at Midway.textbookx.com.
All courses, required materials, and pricing options are displayed in a personalized, easy-to-use page when you log in with your MyMidway account.
1. Login with your Midway user account
2. Select new, used eBook and Rental options
3. Checkout. It’s that easy!
For questions regarding a textbook order, visit the Midway University Help page at: Midway.textbookx.com/help or call 800.887.6459
Financial aid credit can only be applied when ordering books through Akademos.
Students attending the Midway Campus are required to have a parking permit and park in the appropriate areas. There is no cost for student parking permits. Please see the information at http://www.midway.edu/admissions-aid/cost-aid/student-account/parking-permits/. You can print the Vehicle Registration from that link. Parking passes are not required for the Hamburg Site.
Midway University’s Information Technology department invites you to like their new Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/MidwayHelpDesk. From there, you can receive timely alerts regarding technical issues as well as links to helpful tips that will improve your online experience here at Midway. Common issues can be addressed by going to http://www.midway.edu/ithelp or for more detailed technical assistance, email email@example.com.
Online Course Resources
Students will receive login information for online courses approximately one week before classes begin. Our online classes are hosted on the e-learning platform called Moodle. We highly recommend reviewing our Student Orientation to Online Student Technology Resources. For more information, tutorials, and success tips for online learning, visit the Moodle Help Website. If you have problems with your online course, go to http://onlinecoursesupport.com/midway for help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Midway University Catalog
The catalog contains general policies of Midway University, degree program information, course descriptions, and much more. The catalog can be accessed at https://orgsync.com/114283/files/824905/show. Please note that you are responsible for the information contained in the catalog.
Midway Student Handbook
The Student Handbook can be accessed on the MyMidway portal at https://orgsync.com/106054/files/719248/show.
For questions regarding library resources or research materials please call the Library staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 859-846-5316.