Jeffersonville & Louisville
Come visit us in beautiful Jeffersonville, Indiana, with easy access to nearby Louisville.
Mid-America College of Funeral Service is designed and constructed to include the utmost in comfort, beauty, and utility for the student of funeral service.
The classrooms, Restorative Art Lab, library, student lounge, administrative, and faculty offices are housed in a modern higher education facility of almost 11,000 square feet. Ample parking is provided on the campus for the convenience of the student body and college visitors. The building meets and exceeds handicap requirements. The College is open daily from 7:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. In addition, the College is open on a designated weekend just prior to each stated matriculation to assist the incoming student with specialized need related to their professional training. Please refer to the college calendar in the enclosed Catalog Supplement for specific "Open House" dates.
The Restorative Art Laboratory is fully equipped with casts, molds, waxes, modeling instruments, cosmetics and cosmetic masks, as well as other materials used for instruction in the practice of Restorative Art, including modeling techniques and applied cosmetology. Extensive visual aids are used in this laboratory to assist the student in achieving technical and practical proficiency in this important aspect of their professional training.
Library & Computer Training Center
The W.H. Pierce Library exists to provide a relevant quality collection of learning resources that will support the educational needs of students and support the instructional programs of Mid-America College of Funeral Service. Cooperatively selected by faculty, students, and the College librarian, these learning resources are designed to help develop the whole student. The library contains a solid core of reference books and other literature directly pertaining to the funeral service profession, including professional periodicals and journals. Books on literature, business management, restorative art, psychology, ethics, health science, law, history, philosophy, comparative religion and customs, mortuary science, and nature, complement the professional holdings and provide the student of funeral service with a wide variety of choices for study. The library provides adequate and functional facilities in which users can find comfort in studying and exchanging ideas with fellow knowledge seekers.
Computers are available in the library for academic searches. Through the College's online library resources and services through consortium membership and subscriptions with the Library & Information Resources Network (LIRN), students and faculty have access to several resources. Subscriptions to research databases from Gale Cengage, Credo, and ProQuest to provide access to content from ebooks, e-journals, e-magazines, and e-news sources covering topics relevant to general education, applied science, and funeral services supporting all components of curriculum objectives. Students & faculty can access the online library resources 24/7. To connect to the online library, access the LIRNPortal via the Learning Management System. Librarians can follow-up via e-mail, phone call, or screen-share as applicable.
The Library is open daily during the normal operating hours of the college for student use and to funeral service practitioners for reference and research.