Registration, Billing, and Aid

Registration

Students register for courses by first logging on to MyMiami and then clicking the link to BannerWeb. Select “Student Services and Financial Aid”, then “Registration”, then “Registration/Change of Schedule” or “Look Up Courses to Add”.

If you have a hold on your record that restricts your registration, please contact the appropriate office before attempting to register.

To learn of the appropriate times to register for courses, log on to MyMiami and click the link to BannerWeb. Select “Student Services and Financial Aid”, then “Registration”, then “Check your Registration Status and Your Registration Dates”.

Miami University’s One Stop office provides many student services. In addition to course registration, name/address changes, withdrawal, readmission, enrollment verifications, graduation applications and many other services may be found on their website.

Billing

Upon registration, the appropriate tuition and fees will be charged to the student's Bursar account. Billing is done electronically. Students will receive an email directing them to MyMiami to view the bill. Please pay account promptly to avoid a late fee. It is the student’s responsibility to clear all fees by the first day of class to avoid cancellation of classes. To find out how to make payments, view the billing schedule, and to gain assistance with one’s bill or account, please contact the One Stop office.

Refunds are processed for individuals who have credit balances on their accounts. Reasons for credit balances, including student schedule changes and withdrawal are included. If a student withdraws from the University, fees will be refunded according to a schedule based upon the date of the withdrawal and the enrollment term. The date of withdrawal is the date that a student formally withdraws via the One Stop office. The refund schedule is available at miamioh.edu/onestop/your-money/bill-payment/refunds. Questions about refunds should be directed to Miami’s One Stop office.

Financial Aid

Both master’s degree and non-degree/license-only students may be eligible for financial aid including federal loans, as long as they meet halftime status (5-8 graduate credit hours per semester).

Students attending summer sessions should note that the summer session counts as part of the previous academic year and federal loan eligibility is determined by the amount not received in the fall and/or spring semester(s). Private loans may also be an option for summer session. Before summer aid will be dispersed, students must complete the FAFSA, registration for summer hours, and all outstanding requirements for federal aid.

Non-degree graduate students are only eligible for federal and/or private loans (not federal or state grants). These students must submit the Alternate Programs Form with the required information to the One Stop office.

Admitted students who are employed Ohio teachers may also apply for the Ohio TEAM Scholarship. Domestic students may contact Miami’s One Stop office with any questions about financial aid.