Points of Pride
- Love Red—Live Green: Miami is greener every year. New buildings are built to LEED certification standards, recycling grows every year, and Miami placed fourth in a national college waste minimization contest in fall 2013. Three residence halls and a dining hall heated and cooled by geothermal wells will open in 2014, joining two other geothermally-conditioned halls.
- Miami has completed a number of new facilities in recent years, and significant construction and renovations projects are currently underway. In addition to a new student center, plans include 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. (2012)
- In the latest student survey, more than 98% of students reported they were satisfied or very satisfied with university cleanliness of public spaces in Miami's residence halls and the quality of food and services. (2012)
- Since 2004, Miami’s dining services has won more awards from the National Association of College and University Food Service than any other university in North America. In addition to the six new concepts available at the Armstrong Student Center, Miami’s Maplestreet Station and its seven unique restaurants opened last fall. (2014)
- Wireless computing capabilities (802.11g/n) are available in all buildings on all Miami campuses as well as many "green spaces" located in common areas. (2012)
- In the latest survey assessing the quality of service and facilities among Ohio university libraries, Miami ranked among the leaders in all benchmarked areas. (2012)