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Midland University News

Bits of Flint is a yearly publication in which students are able to express themselves through published pieces. Midland University is excited to announce it is seeking submissions from alumni for Bits of Flint, Future and Past , an online literary journal. Alumni are encouraged to submit short stories, poems, memories, artwork, and creative nonfiction. Please submit new or previously unpublished work. For more information, visit the Bits of Flint, Future and Past webpage. If you have questions, please contact us at BitsofFlint@midlandu.edu .Read more

Campaign News

Each of you made Midland University’s Giving Day and 140th birthday a celebration to remember and we are eternally grateful for your support of Midland University. Thanks to the generosity of alumni, families, supporters, friends, and businesses, we were able to raise $107,000! Additional Giving Day highlights: Each of the 5 schools had over 20 unique donors, unlocking an extra $2,000 in donations straight to their schools. Esports, Shotgun Sports, Flag Football, and Men’s Lacrosse each received an extra $2,500 directly to their programs after winning the athletic competition. Our employees...Read more

"Having my parents back in the Philippines and having no one except for my sisters helping me through my financial hardships hasn’t been easy. That’s why my scholarship means a lot to me. It really helps me to have the opportunity to further my education and pursue my basketball dreams. It gives me an opportunity to grow and develop more as a person and man."

Vince ‘24, Strength & Conditioning Major

— Upcoming Events —

For more information about the Spring Choir Tour, contact us at alumni@midlandu.edu .
Register today for the Alumni Virtual Lunch & Learn Series, "Achieving Financial Literacy," featuring Midland alumnus Clint Eikmeier '04. Friday...
For more information about the Scholarship Luncheon event, contact us at alumni@midlandu.edu .

Recent Class Notes

Bob graduated from Midland in 1973. His career in banking/finance took him around the Midwest and southeastern United States. Bob retired in 2016 and moved to, and still resides in St. George, UT. He thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to reconnect with many old friends at the Homecoming celebration...
Kenneth continues to teach at both Grandview University and Simpson College in the education departments. He is paying it forward by also supervising student and practicum students in their teaching placements.
Brenda has been selected as the next President/CEO of the Fremont Area Chamber of Commerce. Brenda most recently served as the Director of the Career Studio at Midland University. She has been active with the Fremont Area Chamber by serving as a board member, ChamberNet member, and Diplomat over...