Building Security, Access, and Maintenance

Oxford Campus

During business hours, most facilities except residences are open to students, parents, employees, contractors, guests, and invitees. The exterior and interior doors for all on-campus residence halls are locked 24/7 with access via residents' ID cards. Each day between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., access to all residence halls is restricted to a single designated entry point that is accessible via residents’ ID cards. In the case of periods of extended closing, the university will admit only those with prior approval to the halls.

Miami leased 48 apartments at Hawks Landing and 26 apartments at Oxford Commons and then sub-let those units to students during the 2017-18 academic year. Hawks Landing and Oxford Commons are reasonably contiguous to the Oxford campus. Hawks Landing and Oxford Commons have building security and safety features typical of multi-unit apartment complexes, and local police regularly patrol the area surrounding Hawks Landing and Oxford Commons.

Other campus facilities have specified hours of operation and are secured at closing times. Faculty and staff may enter their office/academic buildings after hours via electronic codes on their ID cards. Emergencies may necessitate changes or alterations to any posted schedules.

University police officers actively patrol the campus. Shrubbery and trees are regularly trimmed to maintain a safe and attractive landscape. All campus lighting is numbered to ensure accurate reporting and rapid repair of non-functioning lights. At least annually, a committee of staff and students tour the campus to determine where additional lighting may be needed. For more information, visit the Miami University Police web page on Safety Tips and Resources (http://miamioh.edu/police/safety-tipsresources/lightingcallboxes/index.html).

Hamilton Campus

The Hamilton campus does not have any on-campus housing facilities. Academic buildings are open during class hours and are typically secured by 10:30 p.m. The campus is patrolled 24/7 by Securitas, a private security company hired by the University. For more information, visit http://miamioh.edu/regionals/campus-safety/index.html.

Middletown Campus

Miami entered into an agreement with RENDA Finance and Education Technology Company (“RENDA”) and Quest Holding International, LLC (“Quest”), whereby RENDA and Quest agreed to provide certain services related to the Miami University Middletown English Language Center (“ELC”). As part of the agreement, Quest is responsible for providing all first-year ELC students with housing, dining, and transportation services. Quest owns Park Lane Apartments, which is reasonably contiguous to the Middletown campus. First-year ELC students enter into a lease agreement with Quest (or one of its subsidiaries) for housing at Park Lane Apartments. Park Lane Apartments have building security features typical of multi-unit apartment complexes, and local police regularly patrol the area surrounding Park Lane Apartments.

Academic buildings are open during class hours and are typically secured by 10:30 p.m. The campus is patrolled 24/7 by Securitas, a private security company hired by the University. For more information, visit http://miamioh.edu/regionals/campus-safety/index.html.

Voice of America Learning Center

The Voice of America campus does not have any on-campus housing facilities. Academic buildings are open during class hours and are typically secured by 10:30 p.m. when classes are in session. The campus is patrolled Monday through Thursday, 4:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. by Securitas, a private security company hired by the University. For more information, visit http://miamioh.edu/regionals/campus-safety/index.html.

Greentree Health Science Academy

The Greentree Health Science Academy campus has no residential facilities. The building is accessible only by the front entrance and accessible to registered students, faculty and staff by their key card. Visitors and those without key cards must be buzzed into a reception area and sign in and out. The campus is patrolled regularly by local police.

Luxembourg Campus

The Luxembourg campus does not have any on-campus housing facilities. Academic buildings are open during class hours and are typically closed by 10 p.m. Monday–Thursday and 5 p.m. on Friday when classes are in session. Campus is closed to students on weekends. The campus is patrolled regularly by local police.

Dublin Coffman Campus

The Dublin Coffman campus does not have any on-campus housing facilities, and consists of classroom space utilized at the Dublin Coffman High School located in Dublin, Ohio. The building is accessible through the front door where office personnel are able to give access to persons asking for entrance. During school hours, an exterior door buzzer system with camera and intercom capabilities is used to monitor access. During evening and night hours, the school doors are closed and locked while after-hours staff work inside the building. The campus is patrolled regularly by local police.

Coldwater Campus

The Coldwater campus does not have any on-campus housing facilities, and consists of classroom space utilized at the Coldwater High School located in Coldwater, Ohio. The building is accessible through the front door where office personnel are able to give access to persons asking for entrance. During school hours, an exterior door buzzer system with camera and intercom capabilities is used to monitor access. During evening and night hours, the school doors are closed and locked while after-hours staff work inside the building. The campus is patrolled regularly by local police.

Upper Arlington Campus

The Upper Arlington campus does not have any on-campus housing facilities, and consists of classroom space utilized at the Upper Arlington Board of Education Office located in Upper Arlington, Ohio. The building is accessible through the front door which is monitored by front desk personnel. During evening and night hours, the doors are locked while after-hour staff work inside the building. The campus is patrolled regularly by local police.