Colors: Maroon & Gold
Midwestern State University is the only university in Texas to become a member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC). The Council champions the cause of liberal arts education of superior quality in the public sector.
MSU students represent 44 states and 54 foreign countries.
Learn more by visiting www.mwsu.edu/students
More than 1,500 students live in 5 residential halls: three traditional-style complexes and two apartment complexes.
Learn more by visiting www.mwsu.edu/housing.
Learn more by visiting www.mwsu.edu/academics.
Midwestern State University participates in the NCAA Division II Lone Star Conference
Learn more by visiting www.msumustangs.com.
Tuition & Fees (Texas resident/15 hrs.) $3,876
Course Fees (estimated) $300
Books (estimated) $750
Room & Board $3,340
Vehicle Registration $50
Total per semester (estimated) $8,316
In 2013-14, approximately 75% of the MSU population received $50.3 million in some form of financial aid assistance.
Visit mwsu.edu/finaid for more information.
Beginning freshmen and undergraduate transfer students new to MSU who have not already received a degree, are Texas residents, Pell Grant eligible, and whose family's combined annual income is $50,000 or less are guaranteed that any remaining balance of tuition and mandatory frees not covered by grants, scholarships, exemptions, benefits, and/or waiver programs will be paid by the university.
Learn more at mwsu.edu/finaid/m-guarantee.