According to Wikipedia,
Midstate College was a for-profit college in Peoria, Illinois. History Midstate College's origins date back to 1857, when a commercial school was started in Peoria. In 1865, a similar school opened, and the two schools combined in 1868. In 1888, the merged school was bought by George W. Brown, principal of Jacksonville Business College, and named Brown's Business College of Commerce.
Midstate College is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines: