Sunrise at Pulley Tower

Points of Pride

First-Rate Facilities

  • Love Red—Live Green: Miami is greener every year. Miami has exceeded a state goal to reduce energy consumption/gross sq. ft. by 20% since 2004. For fiscal year 2014, Miami's energy footprint was reduced 21.82% through commitments such as constructing buildings for LEED certification, geothermal heating/cooling of several new and renovated halls, streamlining, making strategic energy purchases and scheduling rooms to minimize utility use.
  • Miami has completed a number of new facilities in recent years including a new student center, four new residence halls, two new food service facilities, and an upgrade of the amenities, safety, and capacity of Miami's existing housing and dining facilities. (2014)
  • Miami University ranks 18th among private and public colleges nationwide for its dining programs, according to thedailymeal.com’s fourth annual list of the “Best Colleges for Food in America.” Since 2004, Miami’s dining services has won more than 50 culinary awards from the National Association of College and University Food Service than any other university in North America, including nine grand prizes and 15 gold prizes in the Loyal E. Horton Dining Awards Competition.