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1 CATALOG SUPPLEMENT The Catalog Supplement is part of the College Catalog & Student Handbook.

2 Administration Effective: 6/1/2015 Rich Denhart Campus President David Himm Director of Admissions Heather Seiberlich Registrar Mandy Johnson Academic Dean Shane Maloney Director of Financial Aid Kent Shepler Controller Monique Minkens Director of Student Services Laura Mael Director of Career Services Tim Salm Corporate Librarian ADA Coordinator For education related questions, please see any member of the education team labeled below as a Program Chair or Lead Instructor. Faculty Name Job Title Subject Area Credentials Barlett, Ethan Instructor General Education B.A., Bethany Lutheran College; M.A., Minnesota State University- Mankato Eidson, Matt Instructor Entertainment & Media Business B.A.; Western Washington University B.S., UW Stevens Point; Gray, Nancy Instructor General Education M.S., UW Whitewater Harjung, Dan Instructor Recording & Music Technology Ibsen, Ray Instructor Video & Motion Graphics B.S., UW Green Bay Lenius, Josh Instructor Digital Art & Design B.A., UW Madison; A.A.S., Madison Media Institute McMahon, Sean Instructor Recording & Music Technology B.S., Middle Tennessee State University Ruthe, Dave Instructor Digital Art & Design/Game Art & Animation/Video & Motion Graphics Sayre, Jack Instructor Recording & Music Technology B.F.A, University of Illinois B.A., UW Eau Claire; Stillwell, Nancy Instructor Video & Motion Graphics M.S., UW Whitewater Vrenna, Chris Instructor Recording & Music Technology B.A., Kent State University Weingartner, Justin Instructor Game Art & Animation B.S., Full Sail University Larson, Eric Lead Instructor Digital Art & Design Lewellyn, Daryn Lead Instructor Electronic & Audio/Visual Systems B.S., UW Madison A.A, Wisconsin School of Electronics Bailey, Mike Program Chair Entertainment & Media Business B.S., Charter Oak State College Video & Motion Graphics / B.A., Kent State University; Citino, Nella Program Chair Independent Digital Film M.A., Bowling Green State University Duncanson, Bobby Program Chair Game Art & Animation B.A., Marycrest University B.A., UW Whitewater; M.A., St. Little, Sean Program Chair General Education Mary's University of Minnesota Olson, Doug Program Chair Recording & Music Technology B.S., UW Madison The Catalog Supplement is part of the College Catalog & Student Handbook. Page 2 of 7

3 Academic Calendar Effective: 01/01/2015 Program Start Dates Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute schedules four or five quarters in a calendar year that meets for approximately twelve for some programs. The College also schedules ten modules for some programs where students are required to take two classes at one time and each module meets for five weeks. Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute observes Constitution and Citizenship Day on September 17th of each year to commemorate the September 17, 1787 signing of the United States Constitution. If September 17th falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or holiday, the College will celebrate Constitution Day during the preceding or following week Semester Dates Semester Dates Start End Start End 2/2/15 5/17/15 2/8/16 5/22/16 6/1/15 9/15/15 6/6/16 9/20/16 9/24/15 1/24/16 9/29/16 1/29/17 Holidays and Make-Up Days Due to certain annual holidays, course make-up days are required. These make-up days are identified below Holiday Make-Up Day Holiday Make-Up Day Independence Day Observance July 3, 2015 Independence Day July 4, 2015 Labor Day September 7, 2015 Thanksgiving November 26-29, 2015 December 21, 2015 January 3, 2016 September 15, 2015 July 5, 2015 September 14, 2015 Classes begin on a Thursday to accommodate Classes are in session for three weeks following the Independence Day July 4, 2016 Labor Day September 5, 2016 Thanksgiving November 24 27, 2016 December 19, 2016 January 1, 2017 September 20, 2016 September 19, 2016 Classes begin on a Thursday to accommodate Classes are in session for three weeks following the The Catalog Supplement is part of the College Catalog & Student Handbook. Page 3 of 7

4 Tuition and Fees Effective: 3/1/15 Mark Program Program Credits Length (in months) CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Books and Fees Equipment and Supplies First Term Costs Tuition Costs Mobile Application Development Digital Photography Technician $2,160 $1,780 $10,900 $21, $1,440 $1,780 $8,025 $11,050 ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS Animation & Game Design Audio & Recording Digital Arts & Design Digital Marketing & Media Electronics & Audio Visual Systems Entertainment & Media Business Graphic & Web Design Game Art & Animation Recording & Music Technology Video & Motion Graphics $3,600 $4,000 $16,720 $60, $2,880 $2,200 $13,420 $45, $2,880 $1,300 $10,645 $34, $2,880 $0 $12,720 $45, $2,880 $500 $9,845 $35, $2,880 $1,300 $10,645 $34, $2,880 $1,300 $14,020 $52, $3,600 $4,000 $13,345 $43, $2,880 $2,200 $12,120 $35, $2,880 $1,300 $10,645 $35,075 BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS Business in Media Entertainment & Media Business Independent Digital Film $2,880 $1,300 $12,520 $42, $2,880 $1,300 $10,645 $34, $2,880 $2,200 $11,545 $35,075 The Catalog Supplement is part of the College Catalog & Student Handbook. Page 4 of 7

5 Tuition and Fees Students are billed each semester based on the number of credit hours in which they are enrolled for the semester and the cost per credit hour for their program. Full time students must take a minimum of twelve (12) semester credit hours or a maximum of nineteen (19) semester credit hours per term. Although Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute College encourages all students to attend full time occasionally students may attend part-time. If a student is attending part-time, financial aid will be adjusted based on actual hours attended. Freshmen have successfully completed less than thirty-six (36) quarter credit hours. Sophomores have successfully completed at least thirty-six (36) quarter credit hours, but fewer than ninety (90) quarter credit hours. Juniors are those students who have successfully completed at least ninety (90) quarter credit hours. Seniors have successfully completed at least one hundred thirty-six (136) quarter credit hours. Other Costs Diploma re-print fee $20 Transcript Fee $5 Student ID replacement fee $10 The Catalog Supplement is part of the College Catalog & Student Handbook. Page 5 of 7

6 Scholarships Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute offers scholarships and discounts as listed below: Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute Military Tuition Scholarship This scholarship applies to veterans, active military, students in the Reserve or National Guard, or a spouse of a military member. The amount of this scholarship is 25% of total tuition. Current and newly enrolled students may apply for the scholarship; the scholarship will apply to the remaining unbilled tuition. The following eligibility criteria and steps must be met: 1. The Military Tuition Scholarship (25%) applies to military veterans, active military members, and their spouses. Proof of eligibility is required as follows: a. Veterans: Valid DD214 (discharge papers) b. Active military members: Valid Certificate of Eligibility OR military identification card c. Spouses: Valid military identification card and/or a valid DD214 (discharge papers) 2. The tuition scholarship applies to program charges only and can result in a cash payment to the student. Scholarship will be applied to the student s account over the remaining billing periods for his/her program. 3. If any recipient petitions for a change in program, the tuition scholarship will adjust to a percentage of the new total tuition charges remaining for their program. 4. If a military member and his/her spouse are both enrolled at Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute College, they are both eligible for the tuition scholarship provided proper documentation is submitted. 5. Standard Withdrawal and Re-entry policies, procedures and fees may apply to military personnel when deployed. See Re-Entry in the catalog. 6. Students participating in the Military Tuition Scholarship program are eligible for Title IV funds, but should be advised from accepting funding that exceed program charges. Students participating in the Military Tuition Scholarship program are not eligible for additional tuition scholarship programs. Immediate family members, however, are eligible for the Family Education Tuition Scholarship. Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute Family Education Tuition Scholarship Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute recognizes the challenges families face when multiple members decide to attend college together. In order to provide additional financial assistance to families with multiple members attending Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute together, the Family Education Tuition Scholarship is available. The amount of this scholarship is 10% of total tuition costs for each family member that attends the college. Current and newly enrolled students may apply for scholarship, but the scholarship only applies to remaining unbilled tuition. The following eligibility criteria and steps must be met: 1. Applicable to immediate family members only (father, mother, son, daughter, brother, sister, stepchildren, spouses, and grandparents/grandchildren) of an attending student, enrolling student, or graduate. 2. If one (1) student is currently attending, s/he must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or greater with no less than 80% attendance at the time of application for Family Education Tuition Scholarship. 3. Tuition scholarship applies to program charges only and will not result in any cash payment to the student. Scholarship will be applied to the student s account over the remaining billing periods for their program. 4. Recipients may attend different Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute College campuses. 5. To apply, enrolling and/or current students must complete a Tuition Scholarship Application. This form is available through Admissions. This can be completed at any time prior to graduation of the recipient(s). Each family member must complete an application. 6. If all but one (1) family member drops or withdraws from the College, the earned scholarship completed will be applied, but any balance remaining will be forfeited by remaining student. 7. Students receiving Family Education Tuition Scholarship must be current on monthly payment plans for balances owed towards tuition. A student will not receive tuition scholarship until all monthly payments are current. The Catalog Supplement is part of the College Catalog & Student Handbook. Page 6 of 7

7 8. If the recipient petitions for a change in program, the tuition scholarship will adjust to a percentage of the new total tuition charges remaining for their program. On-Time Graduation Scholarship The On-Time Graduation Scholarships benefit was created to reward our students that graduate from Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute by reducing their indebtedness. For questions regarding the On-Time Graduation Scholarship, please see the Financial Aid Department. On-Time Graduation Students who successfully complete all coursework and graduate on time (the student s first/ original enrollment in a program) receive a graduation gift of $1,000 from Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute. On-Time Graduation Scholarship will be applied first to any remaining balance owed to Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute and any remaining credit balance after that will go to the graduate. The graduate may choose to apply the credit to their next Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute program, reduce their Federal student loan and/or have a check issued to them. To graduate on time, students must graduate on or before the Completion Date as defined in the student s enrollment agreement. On-Time Graduation Scholarship will be applied to a student s account within thirty (30) days of graduation. The Catalog Supplement is part of the College Catalog & Student Handbook. Page 7 of 7

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