female students speak with CBL co-director Megan Gerhardt

FAQ

Who is eligible to take part in Miami PRIME's summer program?

Any non-business major student in good standing with his/her college or university are eligible to apply. The program is open to students outside of Miami University. Students should have completed their first year of college prior to attending; however exceptions may be made based on approval of the Program Director.

What types of students attend Miami PRIME?

Students that are pursuing degrees in liberal arts, humanities, education, or the sciences are ideal for this program. We believe this program enhances the student’s opportunities during recruitment upon graduation and for admission into graduate school.

What is the education level of the students enrolled in this program?

Students are sophomores through seniors in undergraduate programs or students who have recently graduated with a non-business degree.

What are the dates of Miami PRIME's program?

The program begins on Tuesday, May 30st and concludes on Friday June 23rd. Classes are Monday - Friday with some evening and weekend activities required.

What are the housing options and costs for students who stay on campus during the summer?

Miami University offers the option for students to stay on campus in a designated residence hall. Detailed information is available under the summer housing tab.

Can I work a part-time job and participate in the program?

Miami PRIME is an intense, challenging program with group work required during the evenings and weekends, plus additional activities that you will need to attend. Some students have held part time jobs in the past that had very flexible work schedules and hours.

Is it possible to withdraw from Miami PRIME?

To withdraw from PRIME, you must send us an email notifying us of your intention to withdraw, with your reasons detailed. This email should be sent to Sara Weisbrodt at weisbrsl@miamioh.edu. Please note that your program fee is non-refundable after April 21, 2017.