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Points of Pride

Miami's Value

  • 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." 
    • recognition in the 2016 edition of Colleges That Pay You Back: The 200 Schools That Give You the Most Bang for Your Tuition Buck, published by The Princeton Review.
    • 40th nationwide among public universities in Forbes magazine’s list of Best Value Colleges 2016.
    • most students graduate in 4 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. (2016)
  • Miami offers merit scholarship packages for top students, recognizing academic ambition and accomplishment. 64% of the Fall 2015 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. (2016)
  • In addition to 10 associate degree programs at Miami's campuses in Middletown and Hamilton, 6 bachelor's programs are available at our regional campuses: applied science, commerce, criminal justice, integrative studies, information technology, and nursing. These campuses have among the lowest regional campus tuitions in the state.
  • In Miami's ongoing LEAN initiative to reduce costs and maximize efficiency, the university has gained more than $39 million in additional revenues or cost reductions while reinvesting in critical strategic priorities and building academic quality. (2016)
  • In BusinessWeek magazine's latest ranking of undergraduate business programs, Miami’s Farmer School of Business ranks 8th among public universities nationwide.
  • Victory Media has again named Miami a Military Friendly School for 2016. This is the seventh year the group released a list, and Miami has been on the list every year.