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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 Non-Ohio residents
Received 10,832 14,033
Offered admission 7,367 9,947
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