Transfer Scholarships

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Incoming Transfer students are considered for merit scholarships based on a holistic review of incoming transfer credits and average GPA earned on those credits. First consideration for transfer scholarships will be given to CLAAS degree seeking students.

To be considered for transfer merit scholarships a complete Admission application—Admission application and all prior transcripts—must be on file by the following deadlines:

Fall transfer students: May 1
Spring transfer students: December 1

*If you are a prospective transfer student that is currently enrolled prior to your intended start term at Miami Regionals please contact the Admission office.

Transfer merit scholarships will apply to the academic year in which the student has applied for Admission. If a student delays their enrollment from the initial application scholarship awards are not guaranteed. Scholarships are awarded based on full time enrollment for an academic year. If a student is enrolled less than full time the award will be prorated accordingly. If a student is awarded a scholarship for the regional campuses then relocates to the Oxford campus, the student will no longer be eligible for the regional campus scholarship(s).

Eligibility

The data in the table below are based on full time, undergraduate, Ohio Resident tuition rates as of 2018-2019. Please refer to Miami Regionals undergraduate tuition rates on the OneStop website. Regional campus transfer merit awards as of Fall 2018, are based on the tuition promise rates for the 2018 cohort.

Miami Regionals Transfer Scholarship Scores and Award Ranges
Average Transfer GPA (4.0 GPA) 1st Year Scholarship Award Range Maximum Undergraduate Award Total
3.0-3.24 $500-$1000 Up to $3000
3.25-3.49 $750-$1500 Up to $3500
3.5-4.0 $1000-$2000 Up to $4000

As a Miami Regionals transfer merit recipient, a portion (up to $1,000 per Academic year) may be renewable. Maximum eligibility not to exceed $4,000.