Work+

Miami University Regionals Work+ Work + Tuition | Work + College Degree | Work + Experience

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About the Program

work+ is a program designed for Miami University Regionals students to obtain an associate or bachelor's degree while working part-time and getting their tuition paid. Students work approximately 24 hours per week with one of our work+ employers and take classes in a major of their choice. work+ makes it possible for a student to earn a college degree debt-free!

Frequently Asked Questions

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How to Get Started

Current Miami Regionals Students

  1. Complete the current student work+ interest form
  2. Apply for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  3. Attend a work+ Orientation session
  4. Apply and be successfully hired into an entry-level position at one of these four companies:
    • Butler County Regional Transit Authority (BCRTA)
    • Deceuninck North America, LLC (Monroe)
    • The Fischer Group (Fairfield)
    • thyssenkrupp Bilstein of America, Inc. (Hamilton)

Prospective Miami Regionals Students

  1. Apply for Admission to Miami Regionals and complete the prospective student work+ interest form
  2. Apply for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  3. Attend a work+ Orientation session
  4. Attend a Student Orientation Advising and Registration (SOAR) session
  5. Apply and be successfully hired into an entry-level position at one of these four companies:
    • Butler County Regional Transit Authority (BCRTA)
    • Deceuninck North America, LLC (Monroe)
    • The Fischer Group (Fairfield)
    • thyssenkrupp Bilstein of America, Inc. (Hamilton)
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Admission Info

To be considered for the work+ program submit your admission application (prospective students only) and work+ interest form by 

  • October 31 for Spring 2020
  • April 30 for Fall 2020

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Program Benefits

  • Paid tuition
  • Weekly pay (above minimum wage)
  • Development of career and professional skills
  • Academic and work schedule coordination

 

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Qualifications

  • Must have good attendance and a strong work ethic
  • Must have good communication skills and the ability to work effectively as a part of a team 
  • Must pay close attention to detail 
  • Must regard safety and quality as a top priority

Brittany Ashcraft

Brittany Ashcraft

Major: Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology

High School: Colerain High School

Employer: Thyssenkrupp Bilstein

Brittany is earning her Miami University degree with little to no debt. 

Read her Story


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Contact Us

For more information please contact Kelly Brown, Interim Director work+ Program, at brownka2@MiamiOH.edu or 513-785-1884.

If you are an employer looking to participate in the work+ program please contact Dr. Pete Haverkos, Senior Assistant Dean for Student and Academic Success at haverkpj@MiamiOH.edu or 513-785-3026.