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About Madison Media Institute
Minneapolis Media Institute is comprised of a three building campus of more than 18,000 square feet of classrooms, computer labs, studios and administrative offices. MMI’s main building and administrative offices are located at 4100 West 76th Street, Edina, Minnesota 55435.
Library The Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute Library is a traditional and virtual library. The traditional library provides access to physical resources such as books, magazines, and media resources. The library also provides students with a quiet place to study and write papers, perform research, and complete homework assignments. The library computer lab provides access to computer software utilized by students in their classrooms. The virtual library provides access to a wide variety of online full-text research databases, an online computer skills training library, and a growing collection of electronic books. Students may access the virtual library from on or off campus once accounts are set up. Students and faculty are encouraged to use the library for educational and professional development purposes. All materials in the library, including computers, may be used for conducting research and completing class/homework assignments. Library staff is available to provide assistance during library hours.
Reference materials and magazines are for library use only. Those who abuse the privilege of the library, including improper usage of the Internet, may be denied library privileges. Library Circulation Policy Library patrons must possess a current Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute ID card to receive library privileges, as it functions as their library card. Patrons are responsible for all materials checked out on their library card and are responsible for reporting the loss or theft of ID cards. As such, items will not be checked out to students not possessing a current Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute ID. Borrowing privileges are suspended once a patron has kept library material(s) two (2) weeks past the due date and remain suspended until the item is returned or replaced. A fee will be assessed for any lost and/or damaged materials. The library coordinator will determine when an item is damaged beyond repair and must be replaced. In order for students to register for courses, to use placement assistance services, to receive Madison and Minneapolis Media Institute transcripts, and to graduate, they must be in good standing with the library, to include returning overdue materials and having any assessed fees paid-in-full.
When it’s time to put all that hard work and passion for your field to work, the Career Services Department is here to help. We will help you with job shadowing, networking, paid internships and part-time jobs to financially assist you while you complete your program. Once students are in their final semester, we strongly encourageworking on your job search, since finding the first professional job is a process that takes an average of 6-12 months.
We support our student's efforts by working hard to hold job fairs, on-site interview opportunities and a Graduate Showcase for every graduating group.The sooner you begin preparing for your career search, the greater your chances of gaining employment in your field.
FREE student offerings include:
- Customized Career Strategy
- Career and non-career related job leads
- Career focused workshops
- Resume and cover letter review
- Interview technique practice
- Networking assistance
- Direct connections to hiring employer
Madison is located at 2702 Agriculture Drive and 2758 Dairy Drive in Madison, Wisconsin. The main campus and learning site location is approximately 31,000 square feet.
Madison Media Institute does not provide on-campus accommodation.
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