During Meet MIAD: Early College Planning, you and your family can explore offerings specifically geared for students starting their college search. From early college programming to how to build a portfolio, we’ll give you the inside look at how to prepare to attend MIAD in the future. Freshmen, sophomore and junior high school students and their families are encouraged to register for as many parts of the program as possible. Join us for one session or all!
All students who attend a session during Meet MIAD: Early College Planning will be entered in a drawing for MIAD merch! See the full schedule below.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10: Wisconsin Early College Credit Program & Dual Enrollment
|6PM||What is the Wisconsin Early College Credit Program (ECCP)? Explore your dual enrollment options at MIAD!||The Early College Credit Program (ECCP) is a partner program with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Learn how this program works, who can participate, how to apply and the requirements. We will also discuss what MIAD offers through this program.||Register Now!|
*Please note: This presentation is for Wisconsin students and families.
THURSDAY, MARCH 11: MIAD Summer Pre-College Presentation & Student Panel
|6PM||MIAD Summer Pre-College Presentation
& Student Panel
|Explore MIAD’s summer Pre-College program offerings with Kathleen Mulhern, Assistant Director of Pre-College & Continuing Education, and Admissions Counselor Melissa Mursch! We’ll discuss choosing the right courses, MIAD’s summer residence hall, and receiving college credit for coursework. Following the presentation, you can hear from current MIAD students who attended the summer Pre-College program. There will be an opportunity for audience questions.||Register Now!|
FRIDAY, MARCH 12: Portfolio Development Presentation & MIAD Info Session & Guided Virtual Tour
|6PM||Portfolio Development Presentation
MIAD Info Session & Guided Virtual Tour
For many, applying to Pre-College is the first time you’re collecting work you’ve created to begin building a portfolio. The idea of a portfolio can be more intimidating then what it truly is. In this webinar, MIAD’s Sarah Sutterfield will break down the make up of a portfolio and provide ample support for those in the beginning stages, as well as those preparing to apply in fall.
Following the presentation, learn more about MIAD’s programs and facilities through a presentation and guided virtual tour! We’ll cover MIAD’s academic facility, Two50Two: MIAD’s Student Apartments, and a glimpse of our neighborhood and Milwaukee!