The Oxford Pathway Program

The Oxford Pathway program is a short-term and intensive learning program for strong students who reside in southwestern counties of Ohio. Students in this program are offered courses and enhanced support for two terms. Students admitted into the Pathways program enroll in classes during the fall term at the MUH or MUM campus. Upon successful completion of the fall semester program requirements (earn at least 16 credit hours with a 2.00 grade point average), they are admitted as fully matriculated students on the MUO campus starting in the spring semester of their first year. It is important to note that some academic degree programs at Miami University Oxford may have more selective entrance requirements. Oxford Pathway students take a set of courses together on one of the regional campuses in the fall semester and have their own designated advisor throughout the first year who will assist them in planning for college success.

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