Admission Resources

Miami's Institutional Code Numbers

FAFSA: 003077

ACT: 3294

SAT: 1463

The following information provides details on preparation for Miami admission as well as the application process.

High School Curriculum
See what high school courses are recommended for Miami admission.

AP and IB Credit
Explore options for earning academic credit through AP, CLEP, IB, and Departmental Proficiency examinations.

College Entrance Testing
For Fall 2021, Miami is test optional, which means most domestic, first-year students will not be required to provide an ACT or SAT test score for admission or scholarship consideration. There are some exceptions. View our test-optional FAQs for more information.

Application Checklist
Access the first-year admission application and accompanying instructions.

Application Deadlines
Check out our application and confirmation deadlines.

Admission Review
See the list of variables considered in Miami's selective application review process.

Honors Programs
Miami offers three honors programs — the Honors College, Prodesse Scholars Program, and Presidential Fellows Program. Students must complete a separate application to be considered for our honors programs.

Guaranteed Merit Scholarships
Guaranteed merit scholarships are available for students who meet our scholarship grid.

Tuition and Financial Aid
Help your students navigate the financial aid process by utilizing the resources available on our One Stop website, where you'll find information about tuition, billing, and financial aid. 

College Credit Plus
College Credit Plus (CCP) is an opportunity for Ohio high school students to simultaneously earn both college and high school credit prior to high school graduation.

General Bulletin
View the General Bulletin to find information on academic policies, program requirements, and course descriptions.


Required Application Materials

As a guidance counselor, you may need to provide the following materials for high school applicants. (Miami does not require the Common Application Mid-Year Report.)

  1. Recommendation
    Miami requires one recommendation from either a guidance counselor or a teacher in an academic subject. This recommendation can be in the form of a letter; the Common Application School Report (preferred), completed by your counselor; or the Common Application Teacher Evaluation, completed by an academic teacher. Either form can be submitted online at commonapp.org. The recommendation must be submitted directly from the school official.
  2. Official High School Transcript or Self-Reported Courses and Grades

    When students apply, they can either submit a high school transcript or a Self-Reported Academic Record (SRAR). The SRAR is required for direct admission to the Farmer School of Business, nursing, and honors programs, but it is optional for all other programs. Students gain access to the SRAR on the day after they submit their Common App, through their Miami Applicant Status Page. See SRAR FAQs for more information. 

    Accepted students who confirm their enrollment must provide an official, final transcript with proof of high school graduation (graduation date included) by August 1 of their enrolling year. Our preference is for final transcripts to be submitted through Common Application, eSCRIP-SAFE, or Parchment. Faxed transcripts are not accepted. 

Materials can also be mailed to the following address:

Office of Admission
Miami University
301 S. Campus Ave.
Oxford, OH 45056
513-529-2531
513-529-1550 (fax)
admission@MiamiOH.edu