Explanation of Fees

Fees are calculated based on:

  • The campus to which you are admitted
  • The number of credit hours for which you are enrolled
  • The level of enrollment (undergraduate vs graduate)
  • Whether you live on campus or off campus
  • The term for which you are admitted

Description of Fees

Instructional Fee - Associated to the instruction of the class

General Fee - Other University services offered to the student:

  • Student HealthService Center
  • Recreational Sports Center
  • Millett Assembly Hall
  • Goggin Ice Arena
  • Student Organizations
  • Scholastic Club Sports
  • Shriver Center Lectures & Artists
  • Music Organizations
  • Other Student Activities

Miami Metro - Fee for having access to the Miami University bus transportation system. Provides transportation around campus, uptown, and to off-campus student housing areas.

Out of State - Miami University receives subsidy from the State of Ohio for students who are Ohio residents. Non-Ohio residents are required to pay the Out of State fee.

Student Technology Fee - The Student Technology Fee supports a data network infrastructure that brings high-speed, flexible, Internet communications to local student residences. The fee is billed to all students to help build high-speed off-campus data connections that will support Miami's teaching. It is not a fee-for-service, but a fee supporting a fundamental piece of the University's infrastructure. The program and its associated fees were reviewed with the Associated Student Government, which made suggestions for change that were adopted before the program began.

Business Course Surcharge - A per credit hour fee, in addition to general Miami tuition, applicable to the majority of courses offered by the Farmer School of Business.

College of Engineeering and Computing (CEC) Fee - The primary purpose of the fee is to maitain the quality of our undergraduate program. Students who are full time will be charged the full fee while part time students will be charged a pro-rated amount dependent on the number of credit hours taken in the semester.

  • One Stop for Student Success Services

    One Stop for Student Success Services

    Campus Avenue Building
    301 S. Campus Avenue
    Oxford, OH 45056

    OneStop@MiamiOH.edu
    Phone: 513-529-0001
    Fax: 513-529-0003

    Map and Directions

    The One Stop serves as the virtual and in-person one stop service center for the Miami University community by providing best in class in-person, telephone, email, online and outreach student-centric services. The One Stop provides essential information, answers questions, counsels and provides problem resolution for current and former students, parents/families, alumni, faculty, staff, various departments, and the broader university community in the areas of registration, enrollment, financial aid, student records, billing, and payment.