About Midlothian Higher Education Center

About

Small Campus, Big Opportunities

Midlothian has consistently proven its commitment to educational excellence through extensive support of innovative K-12 programs and institutions of higher learning, including the Midlothian Higher Education Center (MHEC).

Approved in 2012 and one of a select few Multi-Institution Education Centers – or MITCs – in Texas, MHEC offers access to upper-level and graduate courses as well as continuing education opportunities.  

A collaboration between Navarro College, Texas A&M–Commerce and Tarleton State University, MHEC ensures that area residents and businesses alike can tap into an education platform that supports an environment of learning in a variety of capacities.

As a satellite of the main campus in Corsicana and the cornerstone of MHEC, Navarro is a two-year accredited, state-supported community college.  

Its Midlothian campus opened in January 2006 and offers a variety of undergraduate credit courses. The college also works with Midlothian High School and Heritage High School to provide dual-credit class options.

MHEC affiliates Texas A&M–Commerce and Tarleton State University afford students the opportunity to further earn bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

MHEC is a quality resource for students of all ages who wish to pursue higher education close to home.  

Whether to enhance skill sets, increase earning potential or simply explore new horizons, MHEC helps all students secure a promising future.