Transfer Agreements

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

Articulation Agreement

Originating Institution: Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

Degree/Program: Honors Program

Target Institution and Campus:  Miami University [Oxford, Regionals]

Degree/Program: University Honors Program

Agreement Last Updated: August 2018

This agreement is designed for students who have completed or are planning to complete the Honors Program at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College and wish to complete Miami’s University Honors Program.

This document is meant to be a guide only. Your final degree requirements are established when you enter (matriculate) to Miami and are detailed in your Degree Audit Report (DAR) provided by Miami.  Work closely with a Miami academic advisor (listed below) to clarify your final requirements. 

Students entering this program must meet all Miami University admission requirements available on the Miami University Transfer Website. To participate in the University Honors Program, students must have a 3.25 GPA or higher upon their admission to Miami.

To graduate with University Honors, students must have completed all of their Honors requirements and have achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.50 or higher. Students must also meet Miami’s general requirements for graduation, including a minimum of 30 credit hours taken at Miami, 12 of the last 30 credit hours taken at Miami, and a 2.00 cumulative grade point average upon graduation.

Additional steps to take include:

  1. Complete the requirements for the Honors Program at Cincinnati State.
  2. Complete the Ohio Transfer Module at Cincinnati State.

Suggested Schedule for Completing Honors Requirements at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

Honors courses are offered in general studies areas that apply to many degree programs, and in areas that may apply to a specific degree. The number of Honors courses available depends on your degree program or major; however, Honors Program students are expected to take Honors classes, including at least one colloquium.

Honors specially-designed versions of courses that are offered throughout the year include:

Orientation to Honors (replaces the First Year Experience required course)

English Composition 1 and 2

Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Sociology

Public Speaking

American History 1 and 2

Literature courses, include Novel, Short Story, and Poetry

Anatomy and Physiology 1 and 2

Introduction to Urban Agriculture

Suggested Schedule for Completing Honors Requirements at Miami University

Students admitted into the Miami University Honors Program from Cincinnati State will be allowed to count up to four (4) of their Honors courses from Cincinnati State’s Honors Program toward their eight (8) required Honors experiences at Miami. In order for a Cincinnati State course to be considered for Miami Honors credit, it must be a designated honors course and must be accepted as credit by Miami University’s Office of the University Registrar. The Cincinnati State honors student’s academic credentials will be verified by the Miami University Admission Office at the time of application review.

Students will work with their Honors advisor at Miami to build a strategy for completing their remaining Honors requirements, which could be achieved through a combination of Honors courses, course extensions, and/or extracurricular activities which they propose to count as Honors experiences.

Advising Contacts

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College: Dr. Andrea Trapp, Chair of the Honors Program, 513-569-1646, andrea.trapp@cincinnatistate.edu 

Miami University: Dr. Zeb Baker, Director of the University Honors Program, 513-529-3398, zeb.baker@miamioh.edu 

Tuition Information

Full-time Cincinnati State honors students who are admitted to Miami University’s Oxford Campus as new, full-time transfer students will be given priority consideration for merit based transfer scholarships ranging from $1,500-$10,000 per year. Exact scholarship award amounts within each range will be determined by a holistic review of the application for admission and thorough evaluation of academic indicators including, but not limited to: rigor of coursework, number of hours of college level credit earned, Grade Point Average, degree earned, financial need (determined by the FAFSA), diversity, Phi Theta Kappa two-year honor society membership, and intended area of interest. This award is stackable with other transfer scholarships, and is renewable for the number of semesters required to complete the degree program indicated at the time of admission; not to exceed eight semesters provided the student maintains an overall Miami University grade point average of at least 3.00.

Columbus State Community College

Articulation Agreement

Originating Institution: Columbus State Community College

Degree/Program: Honors Program

Target Institution and Campus: Miami University [Oxford, Regionals]

Degree/Program: University Honors Program

Agreement Last Updated: April 2019

This agreement is designed for students who have completed or are planning to complete the Honors Program at Columbus State Community College and wish to complete Miami’s University Honors Program.

This document is meant to be a guide only. Your final degree requirements are established when you enter (matriculate) to Miami and are detailed in your Degree Audit Report (DAR) provided by Miami. Work closely with a Miami academic advisor (listed below) to clarify your final requirements.

Students entering this program must meet all Miami University admission requirements available on the Miami University Transfer Website. To participate in the University Honors Program, students must have a 3.25 GPA or higher upon their admission to Miami.

To graduate with University Honors, students must have completed all of their Honors requirements and have achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.50 or higher. Students must also meet Miami’s general requirements for graduation, including a minimum of 30 credit hours taken at Miami, 12 of the last 30 credit hours taken at Miami, and a 2.00 cumulative grade point average upon graduation.

Additional steps to take include:

  1. Complete the requirements for the Honors Program at Columbus State.
  2. Complete the Ohio Transfer Module at Columbus State.

Suggested Schedule for Completing Honors Requirements at Columbus State Community College

Honors Program members who complete their studies at Columbus State Community College and meet the following qualifications become eligible for final Honors Program acknowledgement on transcripts and/or diplomas as well as recognition at graduation:

  1. Earn an Associate Degree at Columbus State Community College while an active member.
  2. Earn an A or B in at least fifteen (15) credit hours of Honors courses (including Honors versions of COLS 1100 and ENGL 1100*). * Students who have already earned credit for COLS 1100 and/or ENGL 1100 prior to entering the Honors Program will have this requirement waived; however, these students will still be required to complete 15 hours of honors-level coursework to receive recognition as an "Honors Graduate."
  3. Maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 in all college-level coursework.
  4. Attend a minimum of six (6) Honors Program sanctioned events and/or service activities.

In extreme circumstances, adjustments to these requirements may be approved at the sole discretion of the OAA Honors Committee.

Suggested Schedule for Completing Honors Requirements at Miami University

Students admitted into the Miami University Honors Program from Columbus State will be allowed to count up to four (4) of their Honors courses from Columbus State’s Honors Program toward their eight (8) required Honors experiences at Miami. In order for a Columbus State course to be considered for Miami Honors credit, it must be a designated honors course and must be accepted as credit by Miami University’s Office of the University Registrar. The Columbus State honors student’s academic credentials will be verified by the Miami University Admission Office at the time of application review. Students will work with their Honors advisor at Miami to build a strategy for completing their remaining Honors requirements, which could be achieved through a combination of Honors courses, course extensions, and/or extracurricular activities which they propose to count as Honors experiences.

Advising Contacts

Columbus State Community College: Rebecca Mobley, Director of the Honors Program, 614-287-5582, rmobley@cscc.edu,

Miami University: Dr. Zeb Baker, Director of the University Honors Program, 513-529-3398, zeb.baker@miamioh.edu

Tuition Information

Full-time Columbus State honors students who are admitted to Miami University’s Oxford Campus as new, full-time transfer students will be given priority consideration for merit based transfer scholarships ranging from $1,500-$10,000 per year. Exact scholarship award amounts within each range will be determined by a holistic review of the application for admission and thorough evaluation of academic indicators including, but not limited to: rigor of coursework, number of hours of college level credit earned, Grade Point Average, degree earned, financial need (determined by the FAFSA), diversity, Phi Theta Kappa two-year honor society membership, and intended area of interest. This award is stackable with other transfer scholarships, and is renewable for the number of semesters required to complete the degree program indicated at the time of admission; not to exceed eight semesters provided the student maintains an overall Miami University grade point average of at least 3.00.

Sinclair Community College

Articulation Agreement

Originating Institution: Sinclair Community College

Degree/Program: Honors Program

Target Institution and Campus: Miami University [Oxford, Regionals]

Degree/Program: University Honors Program

Agreement Last Updated: March 2019

This agreement is designed for students who have completed or are planning to complete the Honors Program at Sinclair Community College and wish to complete Miami’s University Honors Program.

This document is meant to be a guide only. Your final degree requirements are established when you enter (matriculate) to Miami and are detailed in your Degree Audit Report (DAR) provided by Miami. Work closely with a Miami academic advisor (listed below) to clarify your final requirements.

Students entering this program must meet all Miami University admission requirements available on the Miami University Transfer Website. To participate in the University Honors Program, students must have a 3.25 GPA or higher upon their admission to Miami.

To graduate with University Honors, students must have completed all of their Honors requirements and have achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.50 or higher. Students must also meet Miami’s general requirements for graduation, including a minimum of 30 credit hours taken at Miami, 12 of the last 30 credit hours taken at Miami, and a 2.00 cumulative grade point average upon graduation.

Additional steps to take include:

  1. Complete the requirements for the Honors Program at Sinclair.
  2. Complete the Ohio Transfer Module at Sinclair.

Suggested Schedule for Completing Honors Requirements at Sinclair Community College

There are two different paths through the Honors Program: the Honors Scholars Program, which is a more structured program that requires the student to think critically, reflect upon experiences, and become involved in the community in addition to taking Honors courses; and the Honors Initiate Program, which is a less structured program allowing students to take as few or as many Honors courses as they like.

The Honors Scholars Program students will successfully complete four (4) Honors classes, four (4) Honors experiences (extra events, honors excursions, cultural events, etc.), and a service learning or community service project. The Honors Initiate Program students can propose to designate any non-honors course as an Honors course by working with their instructors. There is no minimum or maximum number of classes required for students to complete. 

Suggested Schedule for Completing Honors Requirements at Miami University

Students admitted into the Miami University Honors Program from Sinclair will be allowed to count up to four (4) of their Honors courses from Sinclair’s Honors Program toward their eight (8) required Honors experiences at Miami. In order for a Cincinnati State course to be considered for Miami Honors credit, it must be a designated honors course and must be accepted as credit by Miami University’s Office of the University Registrar. The Sinclair honors student’s academic credentials will be verified by the Miami University Admission Office at the time of application review. 

Students will work with their Honors advisor at Miami to build a strategy for completing their remaining Honors requirements, which could be achieved through a combination of Honors courses, course extensions, and/or extracurricular activities which they propose to count as Honors experiences. 

Advising Contacts

Sinclair Community College: Myra Bozeman and Jessica McKinley, Directors of the Honors Program, 937-512-4331, myra.bozeman@sinclair.edu, jessica.mckinley1425@sinclair.edu

Miami University: Dr. Zeb Baker, Director of the University Honors Program, 513-529-3398, zeb.baker@miamioh.edu

Tuition Information

Full-time Sinclair honors students who are admitted to Miami University’s Oxford Campus as new, full-time transfer students will be given priority consideration for merit based transfer scholarships ranging from $1,500-$10,000 per year. Exact scholarship award amounts within each range will be determined by a holistic review of the application for admission and thorough evaluation of academic indicators including, but not limited to: rigor of coursework, number of hours of college level credit earned, Grade Point Average, degree earned, financial need (determined by the FAFSA), diversity, Phi Theta Kappa two-year honor society membership, and intended area of interest. This award is stackable with other transfer scholarships, and is renewable for the number of semesters required to complete the degree program indicated at the time of admission; not to exceed eight semesters provided the student maintains an overall Miami University grade point average of at least 3.00.