Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost?

Ohio Residents Total: $3,142.96
Non-Ohio Residents Total: $8,438.82

Will I be able to get a job after graduation?

From providing assistance with writing your resume and cover letter to helping you with career advice, the Career Services Office also educates you on how to gain professional experience, which includes building relationships and enhancing professional development so that you can stand out from other job candidates. In other words, don’t wait until your senior to schedule your appointment.

What’s campus life like?

Whether you want to enhance your passions or explore new opportunities, our vibrant campus life offers you a wide variety of ways to get involved. With more than 50 student organizations and competitive collegiate athletics, there’s bound to be something for everyone.

What do I need to do to apply?

Applying is easy and our checklist helps guide you through the process. Plus our admission counselors are here for you every step of the way.

  1. Apply for admission
  2. Send transcripts and test scores
    1. High School Transcript or GED
    2. College Transcript (if you attended any other college or university)
    3. ACT or SAT scores (if you graduated high school within the last two years)
  3. Apply for financial aid at (it’s recommended that all students do this)
  4. Confirm enrollment online (once you have received notification that you’ve been accepted)
  5. Register for SOAR (Student Orientation, Advising and Registration)

When are the general application deadlines?

Fall Semester: August 1
Nursing Program: December 1
Spring Semester: January 5

Where do I send my transcripts?

Official high school and college transcripts can be sent to us electronically through a transcript service (like Parchment or Naviance) or through the mail. Mailed transcripts should be sent to:

Miami University Regionals
1601 University Blvd.
Hamilton, OH 45011

How do I get a scholarship?

Have a COMPLETE admission application on file by the scholarship deadline
Fall Semester:
February 1: First-time New Students
May 1: Transfer
Students Spring Semester:
December 1: Transfer Students

Our scholarships are based on need and merit. You should also have a FAFSA on file and all financial aid requirements completed by the scholarship deadline.

When do classes start?

Fall 2019 Semester: August 26
Spring 2020 Semester: January 27
Summer 2020 Session: May 19
Fall 2020 Semester: August 24
Spring 2021 Semester: January 25
See academic calendar for more details.

What kind of academic programs do you have?

Miami University is known for academic excellence on all of its campuses. Offering bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees and online options, our rigorous academic content and liberal arts education gives students the skills to succeed in today’s workforce. We offer complete degrees and the ability to start more than 100 majors and then relocate to our main campus in Oxford.

Do you offer online classes?

We recognize that today’s college student is more unique, more motivated and demands flexibility in a busy world. By offering evening, online classes and 100% online degrees makes going to college a reality for some students.

What should I expect from my classes?

From their research, impact on students, commitment to the community, and dedication to their discipline, our award-winning faculty provide students with the top-notch education for which Miami is known. Our small class sizes provide the unique opportunity for students to interact with their instructors and other students.

What if I need help along the way?

We offer a variety of student support services at no cost for enrolled students which includes tutoring (in-person and online), advising, counseling and more. Everyone at Miami Regionals is committed to your success.

What if I have more questions?

Email our admission staff or reach out to your assigned counselor.