Miami University announces COVID-19 vaccination requirement
Today, Miami University announced plans to implement a vaccine requirement that all students, faculty, and staff be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 22, 2021.
Durojaiye appointed Vice President for Miami Regionals
Ande Durojaiye, the new dean of Miami University Regionals, College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science (CLAAS), has been appointed Vice President for the Regional Campuses. As vice president, he’ll serve as a member of the President’s Executive Cabinet, effective Aug. 30. He will also continue to represent CLAAS and the Regional campuses at all deans’ meetings.
Vaccination clinics: Drop in at Armstrong or schedule at Health Services
A drop-in vaccination clinic is open in Armstrong Student Center Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. No appointment needed.
Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in August
Our editors' picks for August provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage:
Miami University's Bridges Program receives a 2021 Inspiring Programs in STEM Award
Miami University's Bridges Program has received a 2021 Inspiring Programs in STEM Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine.
Miami University recognized as top 10 in-state employer
Miami University has been named 10th among employers in the state of Ohio on the 2021 America’s Best-In-State Employers list by Forbes and marketing research company Statista. Miami is also the top educational institution on the list for Ohio. 
Miami University Move-in and Welcome Week commences
Miami welcomed 19,000 students back to campus this week with a series of move-in sessions and activities designed to introduce new students to campus and reacquaint returning students with their Oxford home.
Through the Lens: Move-in day photo gallery
Scott Kissell, senior university photographer, captured images of Miami University’s first-year students moving in to their residence halls August 18 and 19.
Vaccination clinics: Drop-in clinic to open at 6 a.m. Aug. 24
A drop-in vaccination clinic will be open in Armstrong Student Center beginning on Aug. 24. No appointment needed.
Ask the experts: Afghanistan
Miami University professors who have studied Afghanistan, the Taliban, and world history are available to share insight into the unfolding crisis in Afghanistan.
Ten new things students will see this fall semester
Take a look at ten new things students will see this fall semester, including a new look for dining facilities and High Street.
Miami University's newest degrees and majors tap into industry expertise
Headline-making terms like cybersecurity, game design and urban development are prominent in Miami University’s newest majors and degrees.