Miami University Regionals to host series of academic departmental info sessions

A new student meeting with an admission team member
Miami University Regionals will host a series of fall information sessions for its most popular academic departments in September and October.

According to Crystal Walker, interim regional director of admission and associate director of admission, recruitment operations, the sessions provide prospective students with the opportunity to learn more about Miami Regionals’ most popular majors.

“Students who apply to Miami University Regionals while attending an information session will get the added benefit of having their $35 application fee waived,” said Walker.

The series kicks off on Thursday, September 9, with the Honors Program Open House. Students will discover how the CLAAS Divisional Honors Program enhances the Miami experience for highly motivated and intellectually curious students. The event, which runs from 5-7 p.m., in the Harry T. Wilks Conference Center on Miami Regionals’ Hamilton campus, will be led by the program director, Dr. John Cinnamon, and Honors faculty members. 

One of Miami Regionals most popular departments, Commerce, will host its info session on Friday, September 10, from 1:30-4:30 p.m., at the Voice of America Learning Center in West Chester. The department offers bachelor’s degrees in Digital Commerce, Hospitality Management, Sales Management, and Small Business Management, all of which can be completed online or in person.

The Department of Engineering Technology will showcase its programs on Friday, September 24, from 1:30-4:30 p.m., on the Middletown campus. The department offers bachelor’s degrees in four concentrations: Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology, Electro-mechanical Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, and Robotics Engineering Technology. All eligible programs are accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET.

Rounding out the fall series is Nursing, which will host its information session on Wednesday, October 20, from 2-5 p.m., on the Hamilton campus. Brooke Flinders, chair and associate professor, will lead prospective students on a tour of University Hall, which will include demonstrations of equipment and simulation laboratories. 

For more information or to register for these events, visit