Calendar GraphicOn-Campus Housing During University Breaks

During break periods when the residence halls and university are closed (Thanksgiving Break, Winter Break, and Spring Break), students may sign up to stay on campus in their assigned building and room. For more information visit the University Break Housing site.

Account/Payment Site Unavailable

The account information and payment sites will not be available while winter/spring bills are being prepared. The site will close on November 27 and will reopen on December 3.

1098-T Form

Did you know you can receive your 1098-T electronically? See our Education Tax Credit (1098-T) page for more information.

Winter/Spring Bill

Students will receive an email to their Miami email account when their winter/spring bill is available. Emails will be sent December 3-5. Bills are due January 8. Payment plans are available; see our payment plan page for more information and to enroll.


Scholarships for First-Year (Incoming) Students

All students who apply for admission by February 1 and are admitted to Miami University are considered for the many general scholarships we award to incoming first-year students. No separate application is required for these scholarships. Priority consideration for University merit scholarships will be given to students applying for admission by December 1. Please visit our Scholarship Information for First-Year Students page for more details about scholarships for first-year students.

Scholarships for Current Students

Current Miami students will be considered for the various donor and departmental scholarships available for the following year. We will automatically make award determinations by reviewing a student's cumulative grade point average and the specific eligibility criteria required for each scholarship. Scholarships are awarded within the limits of available funds. No separate scholarship application is required. Current students will receive scholarship award notifications before July 1.

Complete the FAFSA by March 15 (Miami's Filing Deadline for Returning Students)

All scholarships are based on academic merit, but some scholarships also require financial need.

  • Your financial need may influence both your ability to receive a scholarship and the amount of the award.
  • We determine financial need based on the results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Additional Scholarships

ROTC - Miami students can participate in ROTC programs that offer scholarships.

Intercollegiate Athletics - Miami offers athletic scholarships in the following men’s sports: baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, ice hockey, swimming & diving, and track & field. Miami offers athletic scholarships in the following women’s sports: basketball, cross country, field hockey, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field, and volleyball. If you’re interested in joining one of Miami’s 17 intercollegiate sports teams, contact the team coach for more information.