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Fall 2016 Admitted Student Statistics

First-year students offered admission to Miami for Fall 2016 represented the academically-accomplished and diverse, both racially/ethnically and geographically, in University history. 

Who applied
Application Process Ohio residents Domestic Non-Ohio residents International
Received 10,832 14,033 4,905
Offered admission 7,367 9,947 2,145
Miami Connection
Sons, daughters, and siblings of alumni make up 11.9 percent (2,311 students) of the admitted class.
Male/Female ratio
Female 10,508 54%
Male 8,951 46%
Where they went to high school
Total number of high schools 4,046
Multicultural profile
Domestic students 14.1%
ACT composite scores
32 or above 22.5%
30 or above 42.8%
28 or above 64.7%
26 or above 85.3%
22 or above 96.4%
Old SAT combined scores (CR+M)
1300 or above 42.0%
1200 or above 71.0%
1100 or above 92.0%
Academic standing middle 50% ranges
This is the range above which 25 percent of students fall and below which 25 percent fall.
GPA 3.58 to 4.11
ACT composite score 27 to 31
SAT I combined score (CR+M) 1170 to 1350
Where they come from
The admitted first-year class includes students from 49 of the 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia and from 76 foreign countries. The distribution is as follows:
Ohio 42.5%
Other states 57.5%
Students from other states by region
New England 741
Middle Atlantic 1,534
South 1,164
Eastern Midwest 4,606
Western Midwest 754
West 1,101
International Students 2,145