Midland College is a community college in Midland, Texas. First founded in 1972, the main Midland campus is now situated on 224 acres inside the city limits. Branch learning locations include the Advanced Technology Center; the Aviation Maintenance Technology Facility at the Midland International Airport; the Bill Pace Cogdell Learning Center for ABE, ESL, and GED courses; the Cogdell Technical Building, an advanced hands-on training center for the trades; and the William Regions Technical training Center in Fort Stockton.
The catchment area for Midland includes all of Crockett, Pecos, Terrell, and Reagan counties, and most of Midland County. Fairly unusual for a public college, Midland has a chapel on campus. The Dollye Neal Chapel hosts weddings, student and faculty meetings, and a variety of other events. The chapel is open from 7 AM to 7 PM 7 days a week.