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The Farmer School of Business provides a broad array of student resources and opportunities with one goal in mind: creating the ideal environment for the growth and success of our students. We have dedicated significant resources to ensure our students are steadily moving forward and are well-prepared for “life after graduation.”
Jumpstart your career search with the help of FSB's career development services.
The Farmer School of Business celebrates diversity as a strength and believe that it creates a competitive advantage. We embrace an inclusive concept of diversity that considers people from a variety of under-represented groups, including, but not limited to, socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, religion, gender, age, military or service affiliation, gender identity, sexual identity, and sexual orientation.
The HCBW offers one-on-one or group consultations. We assist students with a variety of projects, including academic writing, professional writing, oral presentations, resumes and cover letters, or scholarship, internship, and graduate school applications.
In the Farmer School, student organizations provide the perfect place where students can lead teams, communicate with members, and problem-solve. With more than 40 organizations, including co-ed fraternities and honorary societies, FSB challenges our students to actively participate!
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University Resources, Services, and Centers
Miami University has a Career Services office on campus that provides free services to students, faculty and staff, alumni, and parents.
The Miller Center for Student Disability Services (SDS) provides services, accommodations, and support to ensure access to an equitable college experience.
The Rinella Learning Center provides opportunities for students who may need additional support to be successful with the academic rigor of graduate school. They offer workshops on study skills and developing good academic habits, as well as individual counseling sessions (which are offered virtually) on these topics.
Provides primary, secondary, and tertiary-level interventions in an effort to achieve and/or maintain a mentally healthy status for each student and to create a learning environment that facilitates and supports that status.
Student Health Services (SHS) provides outpatient care to all eligible Miami students. This includes anyone from Miami’s Oxford or regional campuses who are enrolled in at least one class.
The Student Success Center (located in the Campus Avenue Building), focuses on advocacy, problem-solving, and retention. With the goal of increasing student persistence to graduation, the staff helps students untangle and resolve complex problems and provides assistance with navigating University policies and procedures.
On Oxford's main campus, there are four library locations. With your student ID, not only are you able to check out books and journal articles from Miami University's libraries, you will have access to OhioLink, and more than 500 other databases.
An overview of Miami University’s academic integrity policies and sanctions; and recommendations for how FSB academic integrity policies and sanctions may be more uniformly applied both within and among departments.
Our mission is grounded in our core values of integrity, respect and responsibility and it’s these values that guide our long-term strategy and daily actions.
To graduate “Beyond Ready” leaders who add value to any organization from day one. It is because of our relentless focus on you, our students, and your success, that we are one of the top-ranked undergraduate business schools in the nation.