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Record number of students apply to Miami for fall 2015
As of Wednesday, Feb. 4, Miami's Oxford campus had received more than 27,250 first-year applications for the fall 2015 semester.
Miami opens a one-stop central point to help students
A new Miami University Oxford One Stop for Student Success Services opens Monday, Nov. 10, as a central point of contact for all questions concerning enrollment, registration, financial aid, student records, billing and payments.
President Hodge forms new student success committee
Miami University President David Hodge appointed members to a new student success committee charged with "aggressively evaluating current practices and policies in light of best practices."
Michael Kabbaz on enrollment
Journal News, Oct. 6
Miami strengthens commitment to student success with new Division of Enrollment Management and Student Success
To equip Miami University to focus even more cohesively on student success - a strength for which national surveys consistently recognize Miami - Miami trustees today approved the creation of a new Division of Enrollment Management and Student Success.
New division proposed for Miami: Enrollment Management and Student Success
A new university division is being proposed in a strategic effort to unite the components of student life that contribute to student success. The new proposed division would focus those components toward Miami's vision - "to provide the best undergraduate experience in the nation, enhanced by superior, select graduate programs."
Michael Kabbaz on record number of applications
Michael Kabbaz is quoted in a story about Miami having a record number of applications for the fall 2014 semester. (WDTN Ch. 2 and WHIO Ch. 7, Wednesday, Feb. 5)
Michael Kabbaz on merit aid
Michael Kabbaz (enrollment management) is quoted in a story about Miami being among the universities said to be in a "merit aid war" in financial aid. (Washington Monthly, September/October 2013)
Miami shines during visit by Ohio Higher Education Study Committee
"Empowering," "integral" and "impressive" were among the descriptors used by members of the Ohio House Higher Education Study Committee after they met with students and faculty and toured some parts of Miami's Oxford campus Aug. 7-8. The committee was on campus for the first of a summer series of hearings.