Return to Campus Fall 2022

We are excited to welcome you to an exciting and robust semester. The health and safety of you and all of our visitors are of utmost concern. Our COVID-19 safety protocols are in place. You can find details below. Please check regularly as we continue to monitor the situation.

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Miami Vaccine Requirement

We require every Miami University student, faculty, and staff member to be vaccinated against COVID-19 unless exempted. Read the vaccine requirement announcement and FAQs.

Mask and Facial Covering

Miami strongly recommends its community members follow CDC guidance for COVID-19 prevention in accordance with the associated CDC's community risk level for Butler County, which is updated every Thursday.

Moving forward, our masking requirement will match the CDC's community risk level for Butler County:

  • High Risk (Red): Wear a well-fitting mask indoors in public, regardless of vaccination status or individual risk.
  • Medium Risk (Yellow)If you are at high risk for severe illness, talk to your healthcare provider about whether you need to wear a mask and take other precautions.
  • Low Risk (Green)Wear a mask based on your personal preference, informed by your personal level of risk.

There is no universal mask requirement on campus at this time. However, if we experienced a spike of illness on campus among employees or students, or if there were a new, more serious variant, it is possible we would need to temporarily adjust our approach to ensure continued campus operations. We do not anticipate needing that action, but we have all learned that we cannot predict every possibility for the future. Additionally, Miami asks members of our community to honor an individual’s request to wear a mask in their space (e.g. in a classroom, lab, residence hall room, office, etc.) as a courtesy.

View this week's status

Please see our FAQs for additional information about mask requirements.

Basic Symptom Assessment

Faculty, staff, and students are expected and visitors are strongly encouraged to perform a basic symptom assessment before coming to campus and may not come to campus if they are ill, have COVID-19 symptoms, or have a temperature over 100.4 F.

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Prepare for the semester with the student checklist

Follow these easy steps that will keep you right on track to start the semester at Miami Regionals.

Review the Student Checklist

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Academic Plan and Academic Calendar

Find the different ways courses will be delivered and important deadlines for the new academic year.

Academic Plan

Academic Calendar

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Where you can find help

Miami University Regionals campuses are open and providing face to face and virtual services.

Student Support Offices

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Faculty and Staff

 Miami University offers tools and support to navigate the semester.

Employee Information