Quick Facts

Miami Hamilton and Miami Middletown are regional, community-based campuses of Miami University, a highly-regarded public university with a national reputation. Regional locations also include the Voice of America Learning Center (VOALC) in West Chester and the GreentreeHealth Sciences Academy (GHSA) in Middletown.

Open Enrollment Policy

Miami‘s regional campuses maintain an open admission policy, which means first-time college students are automatically accepted with a high school diploma or GED, at any age.

Start Here, Finish Here...or in Oxford

Many of our students earn their bachelor's degrees taking classes entirely at the regional locations. Others begin on the regional campuses and, after meeting required criteria to relocate, complete their degree on the Oxford campus.

Learn about the growing number of bachelor degrees that may be completed exclusively at Miami Regionals on Miami University's General Bulletin website.

Convenience Counts

Apply to Miami's regional commuter campuses and enjoy:

  • affordable tuition
  • flexible class schedules, including a growing number of courses taught entirely online
  • nearby, free parking
  • on-site childcare
  • wireless Internet connectivity throughout both campuses

Support for Student Success

  • quality faculty instruction
  • free academic tutoring and advising
  • small class sizes
  • free career services and professional development; cooperative education programs
Miami's regional locations offer all of the above, plus vibrant student life (including athletics), opportunities for service-learning, and access to cultural programs.

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Miami’s Regional Campuses are accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and are members of the North Central Association.

Four Engineering Technology programs are accredited by ABET, the Engineering Accreditation Commission

The traditional BSN and RN-BSN curricula are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). The traditional BSN curriculum has approval from the Ohio Board of Nursing.

State authorization of online coursesState Authorization refers to state regulation of distance education courses and programs offered to residents of a particular state by an educational institution based in another state, as well as state regulation of various non-distance activities within a particular state by institutions outside of that state.