ASL Interpreter helping a student and professor communicate in class
Professor presenting a slideshow to his class
Guest speaker, Ken Petry, speaks at a past Access MU symposium to a large audience
The varsity hockey team glides across the ice with members of the Best Buddies Choir

Frequently Asked Questions

If I believe I'm a victim of discrimination, what should I do?

The Office of Equity and Equal Opportunity (OEEO) ensures that the University provides an equitable environment, and a variety of helpful resources are available for anyone who has a grievance against a fellow student, faculty, or staff member. All discrimination issues are dealt with compassion, understanding, and fairness to all parties involved and act as a resource for all members of the university community.

Reporting Harassment and Discrimination

Student Grievance Procedure

Office of Equity and Equal Opportunity
513-529-7157
Report lack of appropriate disability-related accommodations

Can I get a rented textbook converted into electronic format?

Sometimes. Please check the Textbook section and contact AccessMU@miamioh.edu before considering renting textbooks.

What kinds of accessibility features are available at Miami?

Miami provides several accessibility features. Proper signage showing accessible entry ways and elevators. AccessMU partners with Elearning Miami, Library, Student Disability Services and University Communications and Marketing to provide accessibility information both in academic and administrative areas. Miami works to achieve a goal of compliance to Section 508 and WCAG 2.0 AA standards.