Our mission is to provide primary, secondary, and tertiary level interventions so as to achieve and/or maintain a mentally healthy status for each student and to create a learning environment that facilitates and supports that status.
The Miami University Student Health Service provides outpatient care to all eligible students. Our staff includes full-time physicians, certified nurse practitioners and a nursing staff to provide quality outpatient care to the students of Miami University.
The Office of Student Wellness provides educational resources and services that promote the health and wellness of Miami students. By raising awareness, coordinating programming initatives, and influencing policy, our staff of professionals and peer educators strive to provide information that will result in healthy choices.
The Office of Ethics & Student Conflict Resolution (OESCR) serves a role in student success by assisting students in making good choices concerning personal responsibility, integrity, and a sense of community. This site contains information regarding the Code of Student Conduct, the University student conduct process, and other issues pertaining to personal responsibility.
Established in 1991, the Women's Center exists to support and empower women, educate the campus about women's issues, and help the University achieve positive institutional change related to gender equity. We do this through resources and services, programs and events, opportunities for engagement and leadership, and welcoming space.
Miami University Oxford is a residential campus, with nearly all first- and second-year students living in residence halls. These halls represent various Living Learning Communities (LLCs), which provide an opportunity for students to live and learn with others who share their interests. With our inclusive environment and active student body, it's easy to see why The Princeton Review calls our campus a "vibrant, social atmosphere."