Hamilton and Middletown Campuses

The regional campuses in Hamilton and Middletown are commuter campuses and have an open admission policy for freshmen. To be admitted, you must have graduated from a state-chartered high school or have a General Educational Development (GED) certificate. Alternatively educated students without a GED certificate can demonstrate academic achievement by submitting a description of curriculum and educational resources used during the last four years and other information necessary to assess ability. ACT or SAT Reasoning Test scores must be within at least one standard deviation of the average national norm for the previous three years of test administration for alternatively educated students without GED certificates.

A beginning freshman or transfer student admitted to a regional campus may relocate (take the majority of credit hours in Oxford) as a matriculated Miami University student with at least 20 hours of earned Miami University college-level course work (not including developmental 00_classes, CLEP, AP and PSEOP credit), at least a 2.00 cumulative grade point average, and an acceptable conduct record. These requirements will be verified as of the start of the approved relocation term. Students with exceptions to these requirements must contact the Oxford divisional office.

More information is in the chapter about the Hamilton and Middletown campuses and online. To receive an application packet for admission to Miami Hamilton or Miami Middletown, contact:

Office of

Office of

Admission and Financial Aid

Admission and Financial Aid

Miami University Hamilton

Miami University Middletown

1601 University Blvd.

4200 N. University Blvd.

Hamilton, Ohio 45011

Middletown, Ohio 45042

Phone: 513-785-3111 (Admission),

Phone: 513-727-3216 (Admission)

513-785-3123 (Financial Aid),

866-426-4643,

513-785-3211 (TTY)

513-727-3308 (TTY)

www.ham.miamioh.edu

www.mid.miamioh.edu

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