The admission process for prospective first-year students is comprised of three key steps.
Recognized as one of the nation's best undergraduate business schools, Farmer School of Business (FSB) applies a holistic and comprehensive review to all of our prospective students. Admission is competitive, and we strive to consider all factors when selecting applicants, including your achievements and demonstrated potential to master a rigorous business curriculum. Here, discover everything you need to know about our admission process, from required documents and deadlines to tuition and aid information.
Looking to transfer from another institution to Miami University? Miami University and the Farmer School of Business! We are committed to ensuring graduates are dynamic leaders, great communicators, skilled collaborators, and bold visionaries.
If you are currently enrolled in another school or college at Miami University, or did not receive direct admission to Farmer School of Business, you may seek admission through a non-competitive process by completing the following requirements.
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Unique to FSB, this comprehensive four-year high-touch success program is designed for students beginning in your first year on the Oxford campus who have been admitted to Miami University and directly admitted to the business school. Passport targets talented students with strong academic credentials and an interest in studying business. As a Passport participant, you will receive comprehensive academic support and opportunities for professional development and service learning.
- Coaching and mentoring from the Director of Student Organizations and Diversity.
- Meetings with and access to FSB Dean and key leaders in the school.
- Peer mentors from FSB student organizations such as Multicultural Business Association.
- Individualized academic support through the Rinella Learning Center.
- Guidance from FSB academic, career, and study abroad advisors.
- Letter of Recommendation from the FSB Director of Student Organizations & Diversity.
- Passport-specific section for BUS 106 during the first semester.
- Access to the Passport Living and Learning Community.
- Must declare an FSB major.
- Meet with assigned academic advisor each semester.
- Meet with Passport program director Michelle Thomas each semester.
- Attend tutoring sessions for at least one course each semester.
- Attend faculty office hours each semester.
- Live in Passport Living and Learning Community.
- Participate in professional development opportunities, such as one of our semi-annual B-Orgs event, informational interviews or workshops, and student organizations.
Gain a competitive advantage before your first semester starts. This five-day pre-semester immersion is open only to students already enrolled in the Passport program and is designed to help you build a network of classmates, faculty, and alumni, and to develop strategies for a successful transition from high school to college.