Miami University Career Services empowers undergraduate and graduate students to engage in career exploration and experiential learning to optimize their professional and personal potential through connections with employers and the Miami career community. Career Services prepares students to deepen their self-knowledge, enabling them to choose meaningful career paths, and excel in a diverse, global society.
Miami's Student Disability Services (SDS) provides a number of support services and reasonable accommodations to qualified students with physical, medical, psychological, and learning disabilities on the Oxford campus.
The Office of Diversity Affairs (ODA) offers direct support to diverse populations, social justice through diversity education, and multicultural programming and campus resources on issues of diversity.
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.
The Harry T. Wilks Leadership Institute is committed to the development of "ethical and character leadership for a changing world" and the exploration of transformational leadership with the goal of developing graduates prepared to effect positive change in their organizations and communities.
The Rinella Learning Center has programs and services which are organized to help students with varied academic preparation and backgrounds learn to do what is necessary to perform at acceptable levels inside and outside the classroom.
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."