BOWLING GREEN, Ky. - Western Kentucky University and Midway College announce they are 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.
WKU spokesperson Bob Skipper says in addition to waiving the admission application fee, they are looking at how to best serve the Mid-Continent students and help as many of them as possible.
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.
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