Points of Pride
- Miami's ongoing investment in student success has led to the following:
- a graduate salary potential among the top tier nationally, according to Payscale.com and Forbes magazine.
- a first place ranking among national universities by U.S.News & World Report for "efficiently spend(ing) their limited resources in order to produce the highest possible educational quality."
- a median time to achieve a degree of 3.7 years, contributing to lower overall costs for students.
- Factoring in financial aid, 10% of Ohio students pay no tuition and fees to attend Miami's Oxford campus. (2014)
- Miami offers merit scholarship packages for top students, recognizing academic ambition and accomplishment. Sixty-four percent of the Fall 2014 first-year students received a scholarship or grant from Miami University.
- The Miami Access Initiative ensures that students from an Ohio family with an income of $35,000 or less pay no tuition and fees. (2014)
- In addition to several associate degree programs at Miami's campuses in Middletown and Hamilton, 7 bachelor's programs are available exclusively at our regional campuses: criminal justice, nursing, engineering technology, integrative studies, health information technology. forensic science and investigations, and regional and civic development. These campuses have among the lowest regional campus tuitions in the state.
- In Miami's ongoing LEAN initiative to reduce costs and maximize efficiency, we have trained 1,313 employees and 155 student managers over 4 years. Miami has gained more than $27 million/year in additional revenues or cost reductions while re-investing in critical strategic priorities and building academic quality. (2014)
- In BusinessWeek magazine's 2014 ranking of undergraduate business programs, Miami’s Farmer School of Business ranks 23rd overall and 8th among public universities nationwide.
- Miami's Institute for Entrepreneurship is the No. 3 public institution and overall 10th in the nation for best entrepreneurship education, as ranked by Entrepreneur magazine and The Princeton Review. Miami is also 1 of only 5 schools noted that "cater to undergrads who want to be tech innovators."
- Miami's accountancy program is ranked 1st in the nation among schools without doctoral programs by Public Accounting Report. (2014)
- G.I. Jobs magazine has named Miami a Military Friendly School for 2015, and U.S. News and World Report ranks Miami as 11th among "Best Colleges for Veterans."