Get Credit Event

Get Credit Event

Save Money and Time

Get Credit for Your Experience

Have you been in the workforce for awhile? Did you serve in the military? Maybe you have credits from another college? If you answered yes to any of these questions, the Get Credit event is for you. This informational session explains how Mid-State’s Credit for Prior Learning program can accelerate progress toward your educational goals—saving you time and money along the way. Registration not required.

Thursday, November 8

4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Wisconsin Rapids Campus – L118 (Auditorium)

The "Get Credit" Event includes:
  • Answers to your questions about life and military experience that may qualify for credit.
  • Information about how Mid-State's Credit for Prior Learning program can accelerate progress toward your educational goals and save money on tuition and books along the way.
  • Free application to Mid-State during the event—save $30!
What to bring:
  • If you are interested in starting the process for a transfer credit evaluation, please bring unofficial transcripts from the institutions you have previously attended. (Please note that any official transcripts must remain unopened to be considered official for transfer credit purposes at Mid-State.)
  • If you have served or are currently serving in the military and would like start an evaluation of possible credit, please bring an unofficial copy of your Joint Services Transcript or Air Force Community College transcript, or a copy of your DD214.

Credit is evaluated based on the program you choose, so please consider which program you may be interested in so that we can provide you with an accurate evaluation.

Have Questions or Need More Information?

Please direct questions about this event to Whitney Escher, college outreach coordinator, by email at or call 715.295.1289. For questions about credit for prior learning, please email Emily Whitcomb at, or call 715.422.5529.

If you have a disability and require accommodations to participate in this activity, contact the event coordinator as soon as possible, ideally 14 days in advance.