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About This School
Address: 273 E Erie St Milwaukee, WI 53202-6003
Admissions Website: www.miad.edu/admissions/other/admissions-staff
Undergraduate Enrollment: 629
Categories: Arts, Private School
Graduation Rate: 55%
% Stay in State: 76%
% Receiving Pell Grants: 46%
The Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) is a four-year, professional college of art and design, founded in 1974. It offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in 5 majors and is considered the successor to the Layton School of Art.