Here are comments from students who have used the center:
"The Commuter Resource Center is an excellent place to relax and eat lunch, do research on the computers, or spend time studying. I love it here!"
"In the Commuter Resource Center, I have been able to make many friends who are just like me."
"I used to roam around campus like a lost dog but now I've found my home."
Note: The Commuter Center is only open during the fall and spring semesters.
The Miami University Commuter Resource Center, located in 2045 Armstrong Student Center, serves as a resource for students who commute to school from Oxford or the surrounding area. The center is located on the second floor, near the Community Lounge and Kitchen.
The Commuter Resource Center strives to promote an environment that is welcoming and conducive to community building and academic achievement. In addition to a friendly atmosphere, the Center provides a variety of services and resources, including a charging station, lockers, and comfortable seating. It also serves as the meeting space for Miami's Commuter Council during the academic year.
Visit the Commuter Center Policy Page for information about when the Center is open, and expectations regarding the use the of the space.
The Commuter Center offers free lockers to all students. You must request access and use a lock provided by the Off-Campus Outreach (112A Warfield Hall). Students can use the locker for the entire semester and can re-check out a locker for each semester they are enrolled in school. If a locker is not cleaned out by the end of the semester students are responsible for a $25 fee for having the lock removed.
Nearby Dining Options
In the Armstrong Student Center there are six unique dining concepts to enjoy. Not far from the Armstrong Student Center is Maplestreet Station with seven additional dining concepts. Learn more information about on-campus dining.
How can I use the Commuter Center?
The Commuter Center is open to all students from 7 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday during the fall and spring semesters. Only commuters and relocators have access to the space (with Miami ID card) between 5 and 11 pm. Many commuters consider the space to be a "home base" for studying, eating, socializing, charging phones and tablets, and more.
You do not need an appointment or permission to use the space as a commuter. Just walk on in and introduce yourself to anyone already there.