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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Deadline for priority consideration for the full amount of University Merit Scholarships for fall 2014 first-year students.
|5||Thursday||Deadline for submitting Federal Direct Loan Promissory Notes and verification documents for students attending only Fall Semester 2013|
||University Closed for the Holidays
|A Master Promissory Note and an Entrance Interview is required for Federal Direct Stafford Loan first-time borrowers. These can be completed online at finaid/high-school/loans/stafford-note.|
|1||Wednesday||The 2014–2015 FAFSA is available to complete; Miami's federal school code is 003077. Miami's priority filing deadline is Feb. 15 for new first-year students and March 15 for returning students.|
|2-25||Winter Term: For more information about winter term funding, please visit MiamiOH.edu/financialaid.
|17||Friday||First disbursement of financial aid for spring semester for Oxford campus students.|
|27||Monday||Spring semester classes begin; fees should be cleared with the Office of the Bursar.
|20||Monday||Martin Luther King Day (University closed)|