Stormer Safe and Ready - Spring 2021


MATC campuses are open with in-person, hybrid, blended and HyFlex classes — we’re ready to serve you!

Stormer Safe and Ready Summer and Fall 2021 pic


Throughout the past two years, MATC has maintained our commitment to provide students a high-quality education from experienced instructors. You can earn an affordable degree and land a high-paying job right away – or complete your first two years of college and finish at a four-year university. MATC offers 170+ degree, technical diploma and certificate programs with industry-experienced instructors who make sure you’re ready to work on day one. We also connect you to 40+ four-year transfer partners.

This Spring Stormer Safe + Ready plan continues to prioritize the health and safety of our students and employees while MATC provides high-quality education and services for students and the community.

  • Starting Monday, March 14, MATC moves to a mask-friendly status.
  • Masks (surgical/medical, N95 or KN95) must still be worn in the following MATC settings: Children’s Centers (child care), shuttles, vaccine clinics and COVID-19 testing sites.
  • Pathway programs with clinical or other external placements will continue to adhere to the health and safety protocols of the locations where students are placed.
  • Medical/surgical style masks will continue to be available via request and at certain main entry points.

The campuses are open to the public; see below for a list of entrances.


MATC continues to improve our classes — offered in flexible ways to meet student needs.

  • In-person classes follow the latest safety standards. We’ve installed safeguards, sanitation stations and signs to help everyone follow U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) protocols.
  • Blended classes are presented with a mix of online and in-person instruction, with 50% or more of the course in person at MATC.
  • Hybrid classes are presented with a mix of online and in-person instruction, with 50% or more of the course online.
  • HyFlex classes offer students a choice of attending in person at a specific time and location, online at that time or online later.
  • Online classes are taught fully online. Students can complete most coursework on their own schedule but must adhere to due dates listed on the course syllabus. Some online courses include scheduled meeting times with “VIRT” listed as the classroom; this means that students are required to attend virtual, live lectures and class activities at a set date and time.

This Spring, MATC is offering options in semester-long, 12-week and eight-week formats with January, February and March start dates, so that you can start when it's right for you.

MATC will continue to stay current on changing health conditions and public health recommendations and requirements. With this in mind, it’s possible that course type, location, dates or times may need to be changed. Students enrolled in courses will be notified if changes are made.

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Looking for specific course types? You can search for available classes for online, blended or hybrid, in-person or HyFlex courses.


8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday


10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday; some services are open extended hours — see

MATC’s virtual services page is live at, where students can connect to teams and services including:

  • Admissions
  • Advising
  • Athletics
  • Bookstore
  • CareerHub
  • Children's Centers (child care)
  • Counseling
  • Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit
  • Financial Aid
  • IT Help Desk
  • Judicial Affairs
  • Library
  • Ombudsperson
  • Online Learning
  • Pathways
  • Registrar's Office
  • Student Accommodations
  • Student Accounts/Cashier
  • Student Life
  • Student Resources
  • Tutoring/Academic Support


MATC’s campuses are open to the public. The following lists which entrances are designated for Public Access and which are for Employee Card Access.

Downtown Milwaukee Campus
Public Access

To connect to services such as Admissions Centers, Financial Aid and Pathway offices, see general service hours.

  • M Building Entrance 1 (6th St. near Highland Ave.)
  • M Building Entrance 2 (6th St. near State St.)
  • M Building Entrance 4 (State St. near 7th St.)
    • Limited to Barber and Cosmetology service hours
  • C Building Entrance 1 (8th St. and Highland Ave.)
  • S Building Main Entrance
  • Foundation Hall Building Main Entrance (7th St. alley near State St.)
    • Limited to Human Resources hours
  • T Building Entrance 1 (6th St. and Highland Ave.)
  • T Building Entrance 4 (6th St. and Juneau Ave.)
  • H Building Main Entrance (7th St. and Highland Ave.)
  • H Building Child Care Entrance (8th St.)
  • HEC Main Entrance (6th St. and McKinley Ave.)

Employee Card Access

  • C Building Entrance 5 (8th St. north of A Building)
  • M Building Entrance 7 (7th St. alley and Highland Ave.) Employees and Approved Contractor Access Only
  • T Building Entrance 3 (7th St. near loading dock)
  • H Building Parking Lot Entrance (Alley off H-lot)
  • A Building Main Entrance (8th St. near alley)

Mequon Campus
Public Access

  • Main Entrance 1
  • Entrance 3
  • Entrance 9

Employee Card Access

  • Entrance 7

Oak Creek Campus
Public Access

  • Main Entrance 1
  • Entrance 4
  • ECAM Entrance 7
  • Entrance 11 (near bus stop)
  • Aviation Center Main Entrance

Employee Card Access

  • Entrance 10
  • Loading Dock Entrance

West Allis Campus
Public Access

  • Main Entrance 1 (70th St. and Jefferson St.)
  • Entrance 3 (S. 71st St.)
  • Child Care Center
  • 1205 Building

Employee Card Access

  • Main Building Alley Entrance/Loading Dock
  • A Building Entrance 1 (S. 70th St.)
  • A Building Entrance 2 (Madison St.)

Education Center at Walker's Square
Public Access

  • Main Entrance (National Ave.)

Parking and Public Transportation
Students enrolled in six or more credits can obtain a U-PASS for access to the Milwaukee County Transit System. Students can pick up a U-PASS at any on-campus ID station inside the Student Life office:

  • Downtown Milwaukee Campus, Room S303
  • Mequon Campus, Room A102
  • Oak Creek Campus, Room A107
  • West Allis Campus, Room 133
  • Hours vary, call 414-297-6229

The Downtown Milwaukee Campus shuttle runs Monday through Friday, 6 a.m.-8:30 p.m., with capacity limits to ensure social distancing. Riders must wear a mask.

Parking for students with permits will be available at the following locations:

  • Downtown Milwaukee Campus
    Eighth & State Street (no charge); Highland Avenue Parking Structure, formerly known as
    Bradley Center Parking Structure, (no charge); Brewery (no charge).
  • Mequon Campus - Students can park in any student lot with a permit.
  • Oak Creek Campus - Students can park in any student lot with a permit.
    Aviation Center - Rear lot with student permit.
  • West Allis Campus - Students can park in any student lot with a permit.



  • Stay home at the first signs of illness.
  • If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed, complete the college’s secure form immediately. Do not wait until you receive a positive test.
  • Please keep your vaccination status up to date in Viewpoint, which includes when you receive any booster doses. See this upload instruction guide and note step 9 on page 5 and the need to combine uploads.
  • In places that require a mask, wear an appropriate mask that covers the nose and mouth.
  • Employees are required to share their vaccination status. 
  • New hires will continue to be required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Required COVID-19 testing for unvaccinated employees ends Thursday, March 31.
  • On-campus COVID-19 testing and vaccine clinics will end Tuesday, May 31 or sooner based upon demand. 
  • The restriction on college-sponsored employee and student organization travel within the United States is lifted. Employees traveling domestically via air for college purposes should follow the MATC travel guidelines. College-sponsored international travel for students and employees will remain restricted for the Spring 2022 academic semester.
  • Employees can start holding in-person meetings while practicing health and safety guidelines available on the myMATC COVID-19 resources page
  • Supervisors or deans will be contacted via email by the COVID Response Team if an employee or student in their area has tested positive. Supervisors are asked to follow the instructions contained in that email, including a preapproved message to be sent to employees working in the area.
  • As a precaution after a confirmed COVID-19 case from an employee or student who has been on campus, the Facilities team sanitizes the area.
    • The sanitizer is pH balanced and friendly to people and the environment.
    • It does not leave behind a strong smell like bleach.
    • Any residual odor is not harmful or toxic.
    • The spray kills the COVID virus and other infectious diseases on surfaces and in the air.
    • Quick drying time means it is safe to reenter the space after its use.

Employees and students will be required to comply with the above safety protocols.

Medical/surgical style masks will continue to be available via request and at certain main entry points.

When in a space where a mask is required, students can choose to wear their own appropriate mask that complies with the MATC Student Code of Conduct. A face shield is an additional option for protection but is not a substitute for a mask that covers the nose and mouth. 

Students will not be permitted to return to campus for class if they do not take these required steps. Students can contact their Academic & Career Pathway office or instructor if they have any questions.

Student Accommodation Services
Students with any underlying medical conditions or a mental health diagnosis that may be affected by COVID-19 should contact Student Accommodation Services to apply for accommodations, 414-297-6750,


This document reflects our plans as of March 8, 2022. MATC is committed to monitoring the spread of COVID-19 and its impact on the community we serve and making adjustments to our plans based on this information. The plan will be updated, and the updated plan will be shared as any such changes are made.