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Admission and Financial Aid

Miami University Regionals will provide a college education that fits your lifestyle so you can earn a life-changing degree. With our open admission policy, merit-based scholarships and need-based scholarships, and one of the lowest tuitions in the area, Miami’s campuses and online degree programs provide an environment for diverse learners to achieve their educational and career goals.

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If you are a high school graduate or earned a GED and have never attended community college or another university, you are a First-Time College Student. Note: This does not include any college courses taken while in high school.

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You are a College Credit Plus (CCP) student if you wish to earn college credit while you are still in high school.

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You are a Transfer student if you have attended a community college or another university after graduating high school. Students seeking to take courses on another Miami campus should not complete the transfer application.
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Veteran and military students pay no application fee and are provided priority registration, payment considerations, and VA education benefits enrollment support for the Post-9/11 GI Bill® (Chapter 33), the Montgomery GI Bill® (Chapter 30 or 1606), Vocational Rehabilitation (Chapter 31), Dependents Educational Assistance (Chapter 35), or Reserve Educational Assistance (Chapter 1607). We recognize your service and experience and have created a veteran-friendly culture to support you through the enrollment process and throughout your education at Miami University. You will have access to veteran support services at the Veteran Centers on the Hamilton and Middletown campuses.

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If you have previously enrolled as a degree-seeking student at any Miami campus, including online, you are a returning former student.
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If you are currently enrolled in another institution but want to take some courses at Miami University Regionals, then you are a visiting/transient student. You are an Unclassified Student if you are not attending college elsewhere and are not seeking a degree at Miami University's locations.

Together, We Will Transform Tomorrow

Miami University Regionals offers high-quality academic programs, essential student resources, and enriching outside the classroom experiences to help you transform tomorrow.


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Tuition and Financial Aid

Miami University Regionals tuition is one of the lowest among public and private Ohio universities. Scholarships, Work+, and more can help you in funding your college journey.

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Miami Regionals Application Deadlines

Pay attention to dates and deadlines to ensure you stay on track.

  • January 5 - Spring Application Deadline
  • August 1 - Fall Application Deadline
  • December 1 - Nursing Program Application Deadline for Current Miami Students; Rolling Admission for New to Miami Students
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Explore the Early College Academy

The Early College Academy will open doors for high school students within their region. Utilizing Ohio’s statewide College Credit Plus program, students can earn a Miami University Associate in Arts in General Studies degree at no cost.

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Discover the Work+ Program

Earn an associate or bachelor’s degree while working 24 hours with one of our Work+ partner employers who will pay your college tuition and a salary. With Work+, it’s possible for you to graduate with a degree debt free.

Find Miami Regionals Resources

Find the resources you need to learn more about and apply to Miami Regionals.

Parents and Families

The choice to attend college is a big decision so there may be a variety of questions. Our admission counselors can answer questions from application steps, tuition costs, and deadlines to available scholarships, degree programs, and potential careers after college.

High School and Transfer College Partners

We appreciate your role in guiding students through the college search process whether as newly college-bound high school students or bachelor's degree-bound transfer students. Thank you for your partnership and for allowing us to share the unique opportunity that attending Miami Regionals offers students.

Q: What Do All Of The Following Organizations And Businesses Have In Common?

A: They all recruit Miami Regionals graduates.

  • Cincinnati Children’s 
  • City of Middletown
  • FC Cincinnati
  • Fidelity Investments
  • Fitton Center for Creative Arts
  • Great Miami Valley YMCA
  • Hamilton City Urban Forestry
  • Kettering Health
  • Marriott Bonvoy
  • Medpace
  • Mercy Health
  • Northwestern Mutual
  • Premier Health
  • Procter & Gamble
  • The Cincinnati  Insurance Companies
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Office of Admission Contact Information

Hamilton Campus

Harry T. Wilks Conference Center
1601 University Blvd.
Hamilton, OH 45011

Middletown Campus

Johnston Hall 114
4200 North University Blvd.
Middletown, OH 45042