High School Counselors

Admission team member Lauren Burlile working with a student

We are excited about working with you and your students as they navigate the admission process at Miami University's regional locations! 

Our Results Speak for Themselves

   725 CLAAS graduates during Miami University's 2020-2021 Academic Year Miami Data#1 Public College in Ohio with the Best Return on Investment Stacker, 2020 95.6% of 2019-20 graduates employed or furthering education NSSE Survey $54,750 average full-time salary of 2019-20 graduates NSSE Survey

Events & Visits

Cousenlor luncheon attendee talking at a table.Counselor Breakfast

Learn about all Miami Regionals can offer your students along with important updates for deadlines, new program information, and more! This event is geared toward high school and college counselors.

Friday, November 19th
7:30 am - 10:30 am
Voice of America Learning Center in West Chester


Students standing in a group in the quad of the Hamilton Campus.Regionals Exploration Day

Students spend a couple of hours learning about our services, student life, exploring degree programs, and enjoying a tour of campus. Students will be able to apply for admission and financial aid during the event.


A counselor meeting with a student virtually. 1:1 Appointments

Students can schedule a one-on-one appointment with an Admission Counselor! Register below to sign up to meet with a counselor virtually or in person.


2 Students walking around campus. Talk & Tours

Looking for a personalized on-campus visit experience? Attend one of our hour-long Talk & Tours. These visits happen multiple days and times throughout the week. You will have the opportunity to chat with an Admission Counselor about Miami University Regionals, get your questions answered, and explore the campus.


Students walking with a group during a tour. Schedule a Virtual Classroom Visit

We will customize our classroom visits to meet your needs. Classroom visits can include an admission presentation, general college topic presentations, virtual campus tours, student panels, and more. Classroom visits can be set up to occur in person or virtually.


Screen shot of the rendering from the campus map of the Middletown Campus. Online Tour

Our small campuses offer an educational experience that's all about you. Follow the routes to take a virtual look around our beautiful campuses.

Explore the Hamilton Campus

Explore the Middletown Campus


 

Admission Process

1Apply

Complete the Online Admission Application and pay the $35 Application Fee (Non-refundable). If the application fee would cause financial hardship, please send a fee waiver request to MURAdmission@MiamiOH.edu.

2Official Transcripts

Send official high school transcripts electronically or by mail to our Admission office. 

2ACT/SAT Scores

Official ACT or SAT scores can be sent directly from the testing agency or included in the official high school transcript.

Key Dates

Fall Application Deadline

August 1

Nursing Application Deadline

December 1 

Spring Application Deadline

January 5 

Scholarship Consideration Deadline

February 1

Completed Admission applications received by February 1 will be considered for merit scholarship awards. There is no separate application.

FAFSA Code

003077 (Note: All Miami Campuses have the same FAFSA code)

SAT/ACT codes

Hamilton: ACT code: 3303 / SAT code: 1526

Middletown: ACT code: 3299 / SAT code: 1509

Bring Miami Regionals to YOU

A counselor talking to a group of students

Our Admission Team is here to help your students understand the ins and outs of college and guide them through the college decision process. We are experts in admission and Miami University's regional locations.

Schedule an admission counselor to visit your school - virtually or in person! Our admission team brings exciting and interactive presentations to your classroom to help prepare your students for the challenges and opportunities afforded during the college years. We enjoy informing your students about the college process, no matter what school they choose. Presentations include:

  • YOUniversity - Discover what's important to you so you can select the best fit college.
  • Survivor - Ease your anxiety about going to college by learning how to navigate professors, student life, and time management.
  • College Ready - Explore majors and careers that fit your personality and interests using the Holland Code personality test.
  • The Interview - Learn the value of first impressions, how to dress professionally, and rehearse the tough questions to prepare you for success.
Contact our Admission Team to discuss opportunities to connect with students this year!

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