Application Checklist

Transfer—Fall and Spring Semesters

To apply for transfer admission, submit the following items online or send to the address below.

Transfer Application or Common Application

Miami is proud to provide two application options for transfer students. You may apply by using either Miami's transfer application or the transfer Common Application.

Complete the accessible version of Transfer Application for Admission if you need an accessible, ADA-compliant or Section 508-compliant version of the application. If you need additional assistance, the Office of Admission is available to help you complete the application for admission. You may email us at or call us at (513) 529-2531.

$50 Application Fee (non-refundable)

The application fee may be submitted along with the online application (Miami's transfer application or the transfer Common Application) using a credit card or electronic funds transfer from a bank account, or through the mail with a check or money order made payable to Miami University. If the application fee would cause financial hardship, please send a fee waiver request to Miami also grants fee waivers to students attending partner institutions, U.S. veterans and military personnel, and students participating in designated transfer events or programs. Applicants may select those options when filling out the application.

Midterm Report/Recommendation

For students in their first term of college, we encourage you to submit a mid-term report (PDF 110 KB) showing your current grades. If you have attended longer than one term, you may choose to supplement your application by having a college instructor submit a letter of recommendation on your behalf. The optional mid-term report and the letter of recommendation can be emailed to or faxed to 513-529-1550.

Official High School Transcript

Official transcripts are required for all applicants. Official transcripts must be submitted by the high school. Miami encourages high schools to submit documents electronically. We currently accept electronic transcripts via eSCRIP-SAFE and Docufide. Faxed transcripts are not accepted. If you have already completed 20 graded semester hours after graduating high school, an official high school transcript is not required. For a complete list of required documents for home school applicants, please see Home School Curriculum.

ACT/SAT Scores

These scores may be included on your official high school transcript or sent directly from the testing center. You can request submission of these scores to Miami by contacting ACT or the College Board (SAT). Miami's ACT code is 3294; the SAT code is 1463. If you have been out of high school for more than five years or have already completed 20 graded semester hours after graduating high school, test scores are not required. Applicants who have submitted their transfer application may see an outstanding requirement item of ACT/SAT Scores on their Applicant Status Page. This item will be waived upon receiving your college transcript and verifying that you meet the criteria above.

Official Institutional Academic Transcript

A transcript must be sent directly from each college/university you have attended since high school. Veterans and military personnel must submit documentation for alternative credit. Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, and Navy may send these transcripts electronically.

Application Materials

All admission requirements not submitted electronically should be mailed by the appropriate application (postmark) deadline to:

Office of International & Transfer Admission
301 S. Campus Ave.
Oxford, OH 45056-3434

Additional Application Requirements

Additional application requirements may exist depending on your academic interest (including majors in the College of Creative Arts and the Farmer School of Business) or financial need. See additional requirements for more information.