Five Free, Fun Things at Miami in April
Miami Matters brings you five free, fun things to do at Miami each month from events listed on the Miami Events calendar.
No more parking tickets: Time-out chairs installed at the Hub
Miami’s parking and transportation services announce the end of parking tickets for on-campus infractions. Instead, meter violators and illegal parkers will be rounded up and made to sit through public "time-out" sessions at the Hub.
Books to be removed from libraries: Digital means digital
In an effort to provide the latest and up-to-date materials to students, faculty and staff, Miami University Libraries announces as of May 1, it will stop buying physical books and journals, and will work to rid itself of all materials at its Oxford and regional campuses libraries.
First comes spring, then come summer hours and discounts
Beginning Monday, May 18, the university summer business hours will go into effect. Monday, August 17, all university campuses will resume regular schedules.
Be wary: IRS phone scams continue in Oxford
The Oxford police department issued an advisory this week warning the community about an IRS phone scam.
Free week at the rec available for faculty and staff
The Miami University recreational sports center invites faculty and staff to a free week during spring break March 21-March 29.
Human resources answers your questions about high deductibles and health savings accounts
Still have questions about the High Deductible Health Plan or the Health Savings Account offered at Miami?
Double protect yourself with Additional Two-Factor Authentication
Last year, IT services introduced Two-Factor Authentication to protect grade submission, tax forms and changes to direct deposit.
Get the scoop on new Google apps
Take your Google expertise to the next level by checking out Miami's own Google News site.