Registration Policies for Continuing Education and Creative Educators Institute
MIAD’S CONTINUING EDUCATION POLICY STATEMENT
Enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis. Class sizes are kept small to facilitate individual instruction. Early registration is strongly recommended. A minimum number of registrations (usually 8) must be received for a class to be held. Class tuition and fees must be paid in full to guarantee enrollment in a course.
If MIAD’s Continuing Education Program cancels a class, your fee will be refunded in full. If a student wishes to drop a class, a refund, minus a $15 processing fee for each class, is granted if notification of withdrawal is received on or before the registration deadline. Refunds will not be granted after that time.
Any class cancelled due to weather, instructor illness or other circumstance will be rescheduled one to two weeks after the conclusion of the class. There is no prorating of tuition if the student cannot attend the make up session.
A letter of confirmation and supply lists from the Continuing Education Office will follow receipt of a completed registration.
Public School Teachers K-12
MIAD remains a strong partner in your license renewal. Please contact Corbett Toomsen, Director of Pre-College and Continuing Education, at 414-847-3335 to discuss how we can assist you with your SCO or PDP.
Art supplies can be purchased at Blick Art Materials across from MIAD. Please call Blick at 414-278-0407 for their hours.
Alternative ways to register:
The completed registration form, along with your tuition check, money order, VISA, Mastercard or American Express information, will reserve places in the classes you choose. Mail the registration form and tuition payment to:
Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
273 East Erie Street
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Registrations using VISA, Mastercard, American Express, or Discover for tuition payment may be made by calling Continuing Education at 414-847-3333.
Fax the completed registration form to 414-291-8077. Include VISA, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express information. Please call to confirm that your fax was received.
On-line at miad.edu/conted
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