High Ability Learner Endorsement
How to Apply
To apply to our HAL program, students must begin the process by filling out our online application and creating an account on our admissions portal.
Please, note: If you are seeking just an endorsement, please fill out a non-degree seeking application. If you are a MEd applicant, please complete the graduate application.
After creating an account, students will need to verify their login via email and save their login credentials. With this account students can check-in to the admissions portal periodically for updates on their current status.
Once an account has been set up, students will need to submit all supporting documents through the admissions portal. Before you apply, please submit the following application documents.
Applicants should submit a 1-page resume through our application website highlighting their employment and education background. The employment section should include locations, titles, and dates. The education section should include dates of attendance and degrees received.
Please send an official transcript showing your bachelor’s degree to the Admissions Office, 11213 Davenport St #100, Omaha, NE 68154. Electronic transcripts are acceptable, and can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org as long as they are officially issued from the registrar of your university.
Copy of Teaching License
Submit a copy of your teaching license through our application website.
If you have any other questions, please reach out to your advisor, or to Graduate.Admissions@MidlandU.edu. If you are applying within the Omaha Public Schools sponsored program, please see here for more details before beginning your application.
Applications should be received by the dates above to ensure your admission to Midland University can be completed before the start of term.
Early Fall 2022
Start Date: August 29
Application Deadline: August 1
Late Fall 2022
Start Date: October 24
Application Deadline: October 1
Early Spring 2023
Start Date: January 9, 2023
Application Deadline: December 15, 2022
Visit the Application Deadlines page to see additional start dates and application deadlines.
Once a student has been accepted into the HAL program, they will need to complete the following steps to secure their place in their classes. Access to the online course platform is available after enrollment.
Your $250 deposit is applied to your first term bill and secures your place in the class, triggers your enrollment in your first courses, and is nonrefundable. You can pay your deposit via Midland’s online program payment system or by mailing a check to the address below. If paying online, please ask Admissions for your student ID number to ensure the payment is correctly applied.
11213 Davenport Street, Suite 100
Omaha, NE 68154
International students will require a $2,500 deposit and a deposit must be received before Midland will issue any visa documents.
Graduate financial aid is not dependent on income, although the FAFSA requires input from your most recent tax returns.
We have found that 97% of our applicants have been eligible to borrow the full available loan amount as long as they:
- Meet the eligibility requirements outlined on the FAFSA
- Are not in default or owe a refund to any federal financial aid program
- Have not reached the $138,500 limit of combined undergraduate and graduate borrowing
All students interested in applying for student loans should complete the FAFSA and enter Midland’s Title IV Code: 002553.
To help guide potential applicants, we’ve created an index of all of the FAQ posts that would give applicants a better idea of the admissions process.
To view and accept your financial aid award you will need to visit Warrior Central and do the following:
- Click on “My Financial Aid,” then click on “Award Letter.”
- Click on the box under “accept/reject” to accept the award.
- To accept a lesser loan amount, reach out to financial aid directly at email@example.com. Click on “Accept all awards.”
Students can keep track of their application progress by logging into their application portal to see their status at any given time. From there, students can see what documents they still need to turn in and they can also see what they have already submitted as well.
Please note: The submission of required documents and payment of the enrollment deposit are the main things that can hold up a student’s admission into a program.
Students who are enrolled in one of Midland’s Graduate and Professional Studies programs should: Pay their bill or set up a payment plan. Then, contact their advisor to make sure they have a program of study in place.
Once a program of study is in place, the students advisor will automatically continue to register them for classes based on their program of study. Any student who would like to know what their curriculum path looks, please contact your advisor.
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