Inclement Weather Policy
MIAD’s Inclement Weather Policy
If a decision is made to cancel classes due to dangerous weather a notice will be placed on our website, miad.edu. We will also send the information to WTMJ – Channel 4 and WISN – Channel 12.
In the case of overnight storms, we will make a decision to cancel classes no later than 7:00 a.m. Staff will not be required to report to work when classes are canceled.
Please note that closing the college or canceling classes will no longer be based on the decisions made for the Milwaukee Public Schools.
Go to miad.edu or tune into Channel 4 or 12 for current information on bad weather days.
The following TV channels and radios stations will carry any MIAD announcements:
- WTMJ Channel 4
- WITI Channel 6
- WISN Channel 12
- WTMJ 620 AM
- WISN 1130 AM
- WKTI 94.5 FM
- WRIT 95.7 FM
- WLTQ 97.3 FM
- WKKV 100.7 FM
- WMIL 106.1 FM
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