The Armstrong Student Center serves as the family room for student learning and success. Visit Armstrong to find student organizations, study and meeting rooms, dining options, large and small events, and gathering spaces.
Explore Involvement and Recreation
With our inclusive environment and active student body, it’s no wonder the Princeton Review calls our campus a "vibrant, social atmosphere." You will have hundreds of opportunities to get involved, meet people, and contribute to the Miami University community.
Become a leader on campus - as a club president, a student employee, or even a startup founder - you will develop the skills needed to make a difference.
The Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion provides direct support to diverse populations, social justice through diversity education, and multicultural programming and resources.
About a third of Miami students join a fraternity or sorority. With 52 Greek organizations across four councils, there are plenty of opportunities to find the chapter best suited for you. Our formal recruitment process occurs in the spring semester, to allow you time to get settled as a student first before joining a fraternity or sorority. Discover how we can help support your experience.
Celebrate with Us
We're thrilled to welcome families to campus for Family Weekend each year. You'll find plenty of opportunities to explore campus and spend time with your Miami student!
Get ready for an exciting weekend full of events that unite alumni, students, and the community. Join us for the parade, stay for the football game, and much more.
Deepen your Miami experience and get involved. The Office of Student Activities offers enriching student organizations, transformative leadership programs, and opportunities for students to find their place at Miami. We aim to promote intentional involvement, facilitate leadership development, and encourage student growth.
The Office of Residence Life provides a safe and inclusive environment that supports your academic and personal growth. Our live-in staff works to develop community, provide learning opportunities, and help students navigate challenges they may experience while living on campus.
Orientation and Transition
The Office of Orientation and Transition Programs (OTP) is an essential resource for first-year and transfer students new to the Miami community. Beyond helping students and their families transition to Miami University, we also coordinate new student orientation, organize welcome events, and facilitate first-year and transfer transition courses.