Holds on Student Accounts
Incoming first year students who need to submit their final high school transcript have this hold placed on their record by the Admission Office. Contact the Admission Office on the campus to which you were admitted. Oxford: 513-529-2531 or admission@MiamiOH.edu; Hamilton: 513-785-3111 or muhadmission@MiamiOH.edu; Middletown: 513-727-3216 or mumadmission@MiamiOH.edu.
Hold placed on transfer students or graduate students who do not submit transcripts from prior institution(s). Contact the Admission Office on the campus to which you were admitted. Middletown: 513-727 3216, mumadmission@MiamiOH.edu; Hamilton: 513-785-3111, muhadmission @MiamiOH.edu; Oxford undergraduate admission: 513-529-2543, admission@MiamiOH.edu; Oxford graduate admission: 513-529-3734, gradschool@MiamiOH.edu.
Regional campuses use this hold. It is placed on the student record after completion of one semester if the student has not submitted an ACT/SAT score (required of all students who are within two years of high school graduation). Contact the Admission Office on the campus to which you were admitted. Hamilton: 513-785-3111 or muhadmission@MiamiOH.edu; Middletown: 513-727-3216 or mumadmission@MiamiOH.edu.
Contact the American English & Cultural Program, 513-529-1206 or olauseca @MiamiOH.edu.
The AM Hold is placed by the Coordinator for Academic Integrity when a student’s deadline to complete an educational sanction has passed. The hold is also placed when a student leaves the institution with incomplete sanctions or an unresolved case. If the student wants to return to Miami, the hold will prevent registration until the case is fully resolved. Contact Brenda Quaye, Academic Integrity Coordinator, 513-529-2284 or academicintegrity@MiamiOH.edu.
Student has a prior balance but is currently due a financial aid refund. Miami is not permitted to use the financial aid refund to clear prior balances. The student will receive an email notification regarding the refund and the prior account balance. This hold stops registration as well as transcript and diploma release. The hold is cleared when the student pays the account balance.
Paying your balance in full will clear this transcript/diploma hold. Contact the One Stop at 513-529-0001 or OneStop@MiamiOH.edu.
Unpaid account has been referred for collections. Stops registration, transcripts, and diplomas. Hold is cleared when balance is paid in full. Contact the Collections Department at 513-529-7777 or collections@MiamiOH.edu.
Student with Perkins and/or Institutional loans needs to complete the online Exit Interview with ECSI (Educational Computer Systems, Inc.). This hold stops registration, transcripts, and diplomas. The University is notified as soon as the student completes the interview and the hold is removed immediately. Contact the One Stop at 513-529-0001 or OneStop@MiamiOH.edu.
This is a hold used by the Teacher Education Access Program at Miami and is put on when there is an outstanding balance. Contact the One Stop at 513-529-0001 or OneStop@MiamiOH.edu.
This holds does not restrict your account; no additional actions are needed at this time. Questions? Contact Collections at 513-529-7777 or collections@MiamiOH.edu.
Hold is placed when the student is past due on a Perkins Loan and/or University loan. Stops registration, and diplomas. Removed when Office of the Bursar determines that the account is no longer past due. Contact the Collections Department at 513-529-7777 or collections@MiamiOH.edu.
Student’s account has an unpaid balance. This hold is applied before registration opens; this hold stops registration, transcripts, and diplomas. Hold is removed when balance is paid. Contact the One Stop at 513-529-0001 or OneStop@MiamiOH.edu.
Student’s account had a previously unpaid balance that is now paid. Student is required to obtain a cosigner/guarantor in order to register. Contact the Collections Department at 513-529-7777 or collections@MiamiOH.edu.
Placed on hold by regional campus learning assistance offices based on Compass scores. Students are only permitted to take 6 credit hours of Miami coursework as determined appropriate by the Learning Assistance Specialist. The hold is ended when the student tests into the next level or higher of coursework. Contact the Advising Office on your regional campus.
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First-year Oxford campus students who have not completed “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” by the deadline (Part 1 in August, summer and fall admits; late January for winter and spring term admits; Part 2 deadline 30-45 days later) have this hold placed on their record. The hold prevents changing course schedule and registration. The hold is placed and removed by the Office of Student Wellness. For more information, contact the Help Line at 513-529-4650.
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This hold is applied for a variety of reasons, including the following: the student has not attended a required meeting with an international student advisor; there is an academic concern related to academic warning/academic probation; the staff wants the student to be aware of ramifications of probation status, the causes of suspension/dismissal, and consequences related to their visa status; and visa compliance circumstances (rare). Contact International Student & Scholar Services at 513-529-8600 or international@MiamiOH.edu.
The IM hold is placed on student records when they have not completed Miami's required immunization process by the published deadline. The hold is lifted once the student completes the process, which might include inputting their immunization documentation, seeking a medical or non-medical exemption, or a combination of the two. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The Office of Community Standards places this hold due to incomplete fulfillment of judicial sanctions and during periods of suspension (no less than one semester) and dismissal due to a judicial sanction. Only this staff can release the hold. Contact the Office of Community Standards at 513-529-1417 or CommunityStandards@MiamiOH.edu.
This hold is applied to a graduating senior who has not completed sanctions and a standardized transcript notation is placed indicating that a disciplinary sanction was not fulfilled. Contact the Office of Community Standards at 513-529-1417 or CommunityStandards@MiamiOH.edu.
This hold is placed when a student leaves the institution due to a Medical Withdrawal (medical or psychological situation). The procedure for re-enrolling at Miami after a Medical Withdrawal has two distinct processes: removal of the Medical Hold and Re-enrollment at the University.
1. Removal of the Medical Hold: When students wish to re-enroll at Miami, they need to submit to the Dean of Students a completed Provider Return from Medical Withdrawal Form. If the medical hold has not been approved and lifted two weeks before the start of the next registered term, all future registrations will be automatically canceled.
2. Re-enrollment at Miami: Students must complete the online re-enrollment application by the posted deadline. The medical hold does not prevent a re-enrollment application from being processed, however re-enrollment does not imply the student is eligible to register. Failure to re-enroll and resolve the medical hold at least two weeks before the start of the return term will result in registration cancellation.
This hold is placed on the student record when the student accepts the Pathways offer, with the intent of preventing students from dropping the cohort classes and to make sure they maintain enrollment at 16 credit hours in order to be eligible to relocate to Oxford in the spring semester. Contact the Office of Exploratory Studies at 513-529-2139 or exploratorystudies@MiamiOH.edu.
Placed by Registrar staff at the request of other administrative offices, usually at the request of the General Counsel or Dean of Students. Contact the Registrar's Office on your campus. Oxford: 513-529-8703 or registrar@MiamiOH.edu; Hamilton: 513-785-1820 or muhrecreg@MiamiOH.edu; Middletown: 513-727-3217 or midrecreg@MiamiOH.edu.
Placed by Registrar staff but can only be ended by divisional/regional professional advising staff. Placed on a student at the point of academic suspension. Student must talk with divisional/regional advising in order to return after suspension and register for classes. Contact the Advising Office in the division of your major.
Unofficially withdrawn from Miami University. Contact divisional advising.
Placed on all undergraduate students through an admissions trigger to force advising prior to initial registration. Ended through an automated process for Oxford orientation sessions or manually by divisional/regional professional advisors after the initial advising meeting. Oxford student: hold is ended the day of your Orientation advising. New regional student: hold is ended the day of your SOAR session. Regional transfer student: hold is ended when you meet with an advisor.
Placed on all regional campus undergraduate students who are placed on academic probation at the end of the term. The hold prevents registration (or changes to registration) until the student meets with a professional academic advisor. The advisor will lift the hold after discussing the student's academic standing. The hold will be placed back on at the end of the term if the student continues on academic probation. Contact the Advising Office on your regional campus. Hamilton Campus Advising Office 513-785-3129; Middletown Campus Advising Office 513-727-3440 or regadvising@MiamiOH.edu.
Placed by Registrar staff but can only be ended by Rinella Learning Center staff. Placed on an Oxford student who has been academically suspended to push the student to learning assistance. Contact the Rinella Learning Center at 513-529-5528 or RLC@MiamiOH.edu.
Placed on all students approved for a medical withdrawal. Students interested in returning to the university are required to meet with their divisional advisor to clear the hold.
Placed on Oxford undergraduate students by the Rinella Learning Assistance Center as part of the First Year Intervention program (Step 2). Requires student to meet with a Learning Specialist who removes the hold. Contact the Rinella Learning Center at 513-529-5528 or RLC@MiamiOH.edu.
Placed on Miami undergraduate students who when completing a re-enrollment application indicate they have attended another college or university during an absence from Miami. These students are required to submit transcripts from any institutions attended during an absence from Miami. Contact the One Stop at 513-529-0001 or OneStop @MiamiOH.edu.
This hold is placed when the student has not completed the required online course “Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates” by the deadline (in late August for first-year Oxford, Hamilton, and Middletown students, summer and fall admits; late January for winter and spring term admits). The hold is removed when the student completes the course in its entirety. Oxford campus, contact 513-529-7893. Regional campuses, contact the Office of Student Affairs (Hamilton - 513-785-3211; Middletown - 513-727-3233).
Placed on Oxford undergraduate students by the Rinella Learning Assistance Center as part of the First Year Intervention program. The hold prevents registration changes until the student completes the Canvas module or contacts the Rinella Learning Center at 513-529-5528 or RLC@MiamiOH.edu.
Placed on Oxford undergraduate students by the Rinella Learning Assistance Center as part of the Second Year Intervention program. Placed after the first week of classes in the fall to ensure students fulfill mandate to enroll in the Study Skills course or have an Academic Coach. Rinella lifts the hold with class enrollment and after initial meeting with Academic Coach. Contact the Rinella Learning Center at 513-529-5528 or RLC@MiamiOH.edu.
Placed on Oxford undergraduate students in mid-August by the Rinella Learning Assistance Center as part of the Second Year Intervention program. The hold is placed after summer classes end and to prevent add/drops to the schedule. Applies to students entering their third semester at Miami in the fall who are on academic probation. A letter is sent in mid-August to tell the student with whom he/she should meet in the divisional advising office; the divisional advisor ends the hold. Contact the Advising Office in the division of your major.
Placed on regional undergraduate students relocating to Oxford after completing relocation requirements as a regional campus student. Placed on by regional campus staff and ended by Oxford divisional advisors. Contact the Advising Office in the division of your major.
Placed on records by the Rinella Learning Assistance Center. Contact the Rinella Center at 513-529-5528 or RLC@MiamiOH.edu.
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