Miami offers scholarship awards to recognize student achievement. We are committed to making your Miami experience not only memorable, but affordable.
Invest in yourself and your future with a Miami education. With an average graduation rate of 3.7 years, we will save you money. We are committed to making your Miami experience not only memorable, but affordable.
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At Miami, you're more likely to graduate in a timely manner. Miami has one of the highest graduation rates among NCAA Division I public universities and our students take the shortest average time to earn a degree among Ohio publics.
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|1||Saturday||Postmark deadline for Regular Decision Admission|
|13||Thursday||Enrollment for Spring Semester 2014 is frozen; financial aid for the semester is based on the number of credit hours for which a student is enrolled at this time. Students should be enrolled for all the classes they intend to take for the semester as of this date.|
|14||Friday||First disbursement of financial aid for Spring Semester 2014 for Hamilton and Middletown campus students|
|15||Saturday||Priority deadline for incoming freshman applicants for filing the 2014–2015 FAFSA; Miami's federal school code is 003077. (The priority filing deadline for the 2013–2014 FAFSA applies to incoming freshman students who want to receive financial aid during Fall Semester 2013, Spring Semester 2014, and Summer Session 2014.)|
|15||Saturday||Priority deadline for returning students and new transfer students for filing the 2014–2015 FAFSA; Miami's federal school code is 003077. Returning students must complete a FAFSA each year to be considered for all need-based scholarships and financial aid.|
|Deadline for Hamilton and Middletown campuses new and returning student scholarship applications for 2014–2015|
|Late March||Scholarship awards and financial aid notifications mailed to incoming freshman applicants for the 2014–2015 academic year|