Non-degree Student Admission

High school enrollment students (post-secondary enrollment option): This state program provides opportunity for high school students (grades 9-12) to earn high school and college graduation credit through successful completion of college courses. Courses are open on a space-available basis. Questions regarding eligibility and admission should be directed to the appropriate admission office (Hamilton, Middletown, or Oxford). University housing is not available to students in this program. Prospective students should consult with their high school guidance counselors.

Senior citizens: Individuals who are 60 years of age or older and have resided in the state of Ohio for at least one year can audit any course without charge if permission is granted by the instructor and facilities are available. Any special course requirements or fees are the responsibility of the student. Formal admission and registration are not required.

Transient students: Students who attend another college or university, have been in attendance at the school during the past 12 months, are in good academic standing, and have permission from their schools to attend Miami for one semester may enroll at Miami. Students may not attend for two consecutive semesters as transient students.

Unclassified students: Students who have bachelor’s degrees from other colleges or universities and do not want to get an additional degree from Miami may apply as unclassified students. Admission is granted as facilities are available.

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