Armstrong Student Center

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    Introducing the Armstrong Student Center
    Armstrong Student Center
    Opened on January 27, 2014, the Armstrong Student Center boasts over 200,000 square feet of student-oriented space. The center provides students with meeting rooms, quiet study rooms, unique dining concepts, lounge space, student organization offices, and signature spaces for student events.

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    Unique Dining Options
    Students enjoy lunch at the Pulley Diner.
    The Armstrong Student Center includes six different dining options to fit your lifestyle and tastebuds. One of these unique dining experiences is this 1950s-style diner that is open 24/7, the Bob and Doris '52 Pulley Diner.

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    Reserve a Room
    A student individually studies in a conference room at ASC.
    Need a place for a student organization meeting, to meet for a group project, or individually study? Reserve one of the various sized meeting rooms at the Armstrong Student Center.

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    The Great Seal
    The Great Seal from above.
    One of the focal points of the new Armstrong Student Center is the Great Seal, a 3-D version of the university seal. The seal features real objects and contains students' words and artwork to link the university's past, present, and future.

MADE@Miami 2015

Text: Made@Miami 2015

If you just got accepted to Miami University and want to make the most of your Miami experience, be sure to attend MADE@Miami from August 18 - 20, 2015. MADE is a free pre-semester program for incoming first-year students. You will meet other first-year students from a variety of backgrounds, interact with faculty and staff who serve as informal mentors during the academic year, and move into your residence hall before more students arrive on campus.

In order to attend MADE@Miami, you must register on our site no later than Friday, July 24. Students who register will be contacted within a week of the time they registered and again in early August with further program and move-in details.  

For more information regarding MADE@Miami, please visit MADE@Miami or contact Yvania Garcia-Pusateri, Assistant Director & Coordinator of Diverse Student Development ( 

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