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Armstrong to Open 24/7 During Finals Week
To provide additional support to students, the Armstrong Student Center will remain open 24 hours/day during the week of final exams.
Critical Reading Strategies
It’s no secret that many college courses require a substantial amount of reading. This article outlines the Rinella Learning Center's foundational strategies for critical reading.
Zero Waste Oxford: Student organization fights local pollution and promotes sustainability
An organization founded by Miami students has become increasingly influential in combating the effects of climate change on campus. Zero Waste Oxford is focused on the idea of zero waste living, a lifestyle that minimizes individual pollution, members believe this is one of the best ways humanity can take concrete steps towards fixing climate change
Student Leadership Positions - Now Recruiting
Guiding the policies of Armstrong Student Center. Welcoming new international students to Miami. Serving as a mentor and resource to on-campus students as an RA. These are just a few of the student leadership opportunities that are currently recruiting and accepting applications.
Students Give Back at MPACT
Miami's first annual Day of MPACT, planned by the Wilks Leadership Institute, included a new spin on a day of service. The event, held Sunday, November 10, brought 112 student volunteers together to complete service projects for local nonprofit organizations right there in the Armstrong Student Center.
Rinella Learning Center Earns Learning Center of Excellence Certification
Miami’s Rinella Learning Center recently earned the Learning Center of Excellence Certification through the National College Learning Center Association (NCLCA). Miami is one of only six universities in the country to be recognized at this highest level of certification.
Leadership Fair Brings Opportunities Together
For the second year, Student Life will host a student leadership recruitment fair, bringing together multiple leadership opportunities with similar recruitment and selection timelines from across campus.
State support helps Miami serve more students with disabilities
The J. Scott and Susan MacDonald Miller Center for Student Disability Services (SDS) provides services and reasonable accommodations to ensure equal access to education.College2Careers supports vocational rehabilitation counselor position.
2019 Clothesline Project Display
On October 3-4, several hundred members of the Miami community experienced The Clothesline Project on campus. The Clothesline Project is an interactive art exhibit that amplifies and uplifts the voices of survivors and victims of sexual and interpersonal violence (SIV) and raises the visibility of SIV as a continuing and serious problem.