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Individual Class Cancellations 11-15-18
The following classes are canceled due to inclement weather.
National First-Generation Student Day Makes Way to Regionals Campuses
It is estimated that 50 percent of today’s college students in the United States are first-generation students.
CCP Program Makes Lasting Impact of Regionals Grad
2008 was the year that Aaron Renner started taking PSEO, now known as College Credit Plus (CCP), courses at Miami Regionals and little did he know, he would have an enormous impact on the Miami Regionals campuses.
A Day In The Life #4: Senior Academic Advisor
For Christina Grote, Senior Academic Advisor, students are the main reason she looks forward to coming to work each day.
Miami Regionals to offer bachelor's degree in Applied Biology
Miami University Regionals today announced a new bachelor of science degree with a major in Applied Biology is now being offered exclusively at Miami’s campuses in Hamilton and Middletown, effective immediately.
A Day in the Life #3: Regional Director of Admission
Megan Spanel is someone you've most likely seen around campus; she's always smiling, radiating positivity and she might have even convinced you to spend your undergraduate years here at Miami Regionals. Spanel has been working in the Admission office for 12 years now. She's impacted thousands of students' lives and made Miami home for them.
Judy Reeb Klamo Reflects on Being First Student at Miami Hamilton
On September 9, 1968, Judy Reeb Klamo, the first student of Miami Regionals' Hamilton campus, stepped onto the campus in hopes to achieve her dreams of becoming an educator. Even though the buildings weren’t complete, and the classrooms weren't finished, that didn't stop Klamo from being excited about the future to come.
Faculty Highlight: Dr. Marsha R. Robinson
Dr. Marsha R. Robinson is a faculty member, author, historian, and so much more.
A Day in the Life #2: Dean of Miami Regionals
Dean Cathy Bishop-Clark, has worked at Miami Regionals since she was 25 years old, making this her 29th year on our campuses. Her reason for staying here after all these years: her love of the students.