The Student Right-to-Know Act of 1990 requires all post-secondary schools in the country to disclose their graduation rates and other statistics to all prospective and enrolled students.
The Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design’s current graduation rate is 63.3%.
This rate is based on statistics of students who entered MIAD in the Fall of 2017 as first-year students with no previous college credit. It represents those students who enrolled as full-time students who completed their degree in six years.
This rate represents only a portion of MIAD’s graduating population. It does not include part-time students, transfer students or students who started in spring.
The intent of the Student Right-to-Know Act is to provide to the consumer a statistic of comparable effectiveness to be used in the determination of college choice. All colleges nationwide are required to participate in these disclosures.
In compliance with the Student Right-To-Know and Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, and the Campus Security Act of 1990, the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design makes available its completion/transfer rates and Campus Crime information to all current and prospective students.
- Graduation Statistics
- Graduation Outcomes
- Retention Statistics
- Student Diversity Statistics
- Program Integrity Process (Complaints Process)
- Clery Campus Security Report Data, updated Sep. 27, 2023
- MIAD Campus Crime and Fire Incident Logs
- MIAD FERPA Policy
- Campus Report on Alcohol and Drug Programming: Academic Years 2019-20 & 2020-21
- Additional MIAD Statistics through College Navigator
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Four Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) community members will contribute to the first floor of the new ThriveOn King community hub on North Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. They make up part of the 20 Milwaukee artists who will convey the history and heritage of Bronzeville in this collaborative space.