Admission to Miami
Miami's Institutional Code Numbers
The following information provides details on preparation for Miami admission as well as the application process.
See what high school courses are recommended for Miami admission.
Explore options for earning academic credit through AP, CLEP, IB, and Departmental Proficiency examinations.
Miami requires official ACT or SAT test scores. Review our policy regarding this requirement and how it impacts our admission decisions.
Access the first-year admission application and accompanying instructions.
Check out our application and confirmation deadlines.
See the list of variables considered in Miami's selective application review process.
View the General Bulletin to find information on academic policies, program requirements, and course descriptions.
As a guidance counselor, you may need to provide the following materials for high school applicants. (Miami does not require the Common Application Mid-Year Report.)
Miami requires one recommendation from either a guidance counselor or a teacher in an academic subject. This recommendation can be in the form of a letter; the Common Application School Report (preferred), completed by your counselor; or the Common Application Teacher Evaluation, completed by an academic teacher. Either form can be submitted online at commonapp.org. The recommendation must be submitted directly from the school official.
- Official High School Transcript
A transcript must be submitted by the high school. First and second semester senior courses must be listed on either the transcript or the Secondary School Report for an application to be considered complete. Miami encourages counselors to submit documents electronically, and we currently accept electronic transcripts via Common Application online, eSCRIP-SAFE, and Parchment Inc. (formerly Docufide).
* Faxed transcripts are not accepted.
Materials can be mailed to the following address:
Office of Admission
301 S. Campus Ave.
Oxford, OH 45056