High School Students

 Wide shot of graduating FSB students
Student looking at fellow student's computer screen in class
 Farmer Week table in Commons
 Male student in class watching lecture
 Dr. Tim Holcomb lectures to entrepreneurship students

Admission Requirements

Miami University's Farmer School of Business is annually recognized as one of the nation's best undergraduate business schools. Each year, the number of first-year applications for the Farmer School of Business (FSB) exceeds the number of spaces available. Admission to the FSB is competitive and based on a holistic and comprehensive review process which considers many factors to establish the context of students' achievements and demonstrated potential to be successful in its rigorous curriculum.

For Fall 2019, the middle 50% of students gaining direct entry into the FSB held an ACT Composite Score of 28-31 and/or a SAT score of 1280-1370. In addition, the middle 50% held a GPA of 3.75-4.04 (on a 4.0 scale). Twenty-five percent of the students offered direct admission had an academic profile that exceeded these ranges and 25% had a profile that fell below. The academic qualifications required for admission are wholly dependent on the strength of the applicant pool, and we encourage applications from candidates with diverse backgrounds.

Upon admission to the Farmer School, students will pay tuition and fees set by Miami University, as well as an additional per-credit hour business surcharge for most business courses. For detailed information, visit the Office of the Bursar.

Schedule a Visit

Due to COVID-19, all prospective admission sessions for the Spring 2020 semester have been canceled.

Helpful Resources

  • The Office of Admission can help with questions about application deadlines, admission review, and campus visits.
  • The University Honors Program can address questions about the honors program.
  • Oxford Campus Map
  • Visitors can purchase a Visitor Parking Permit for $3 through Miami University Parking and Transportation. With a permit, visitors can park in any lot on campus (meters must be paid). Alternatively, visitors may park in the North Campus Garage without a permit. The cost is $1.50 for the first hour and $1 for each additional hour.