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Information for Returning Former Students

Once you have taken classes at Miami, you're able to reenroll at Miami after a leave of absence, whether you've been away for a semester or a decade. Since you’ve been gone, there may have been some changes at Miami, but what’s stayed the same is our commitment to the success of our students. We aim to support, inspire, and empower you on your educational path. You have enormous potential to do great things--welcome back!

Returning Former Advising

Within a week of your reenrollment being processed, you'll get an email to your Miami account from with a link to schedule an advising appointment with an advisor who works with your declared major. If you are changing your major, email Laurel Gilbert at to be referred to the correct advisor for your new major. In your advising appointment, you'll go over degree requirements, course selection and registration, and any questions you might have.
Student walking in his cap and gown during graduation.

Additional Information

Fresh Start

If, when you reenroll, your GPA is below 2.0 or you are on Academic Probation, you may be eligible for Fresh Start. The Fresh Start policy helps students return to good academic standing after an absence of at least two years. If you are eligible for Fresh Start, your academic advisor will go over the policy with you in your appointment.

Changing your major?

Explore our Regional majors and minors, including our all-online E-Campus degree programs. Undecided? Explore Pre-Major Advising and work with an advisor who specializes in helping you find your passion and path. Interested in an Oxford major? Schedule an Academic Advising appointment by calling 513-727-3440.

Reinstate a Scholarship

You may be able to reinstate a scholarship you received previously from Miami Regionals. The site requires you to be logged in with your uniqueID and password; please complete the reenrollment process before applying to reinstate a scholarship. 

Resources for Returning Former Students

Reenrollment Checklist

The Regionals One Stop's Reenrollment Checklist will help keep you on the right track as you plan your return to Miami Regionals.

TRIO Student Support Services

You may be eligible for TRIO Student Support Services. TRIO offers a variety of academic and professional support to ensure you take advantage of all your Miami degree has to offer.

Tutoring and Learning Center

The Tutoring and Learning Center (TLC) offers many services, including tutoring, writing consultation and peer mentoring. They also offer space on each Regional campus for studying, using computers and group study sessions.

Student Disability Services

If you previously received accommodations with Student Disability Services, you need to reactivate your services with that office. If you have received a diagnosis since your time away from Miami Regionals, connecting with SDS may be beneficial to see if you qualify for accommodations. You'll find helpful information on the FAQs and Student Tools pages.

Academic Coaching

We also want to help you stay on track for academic success, so consider accessing the Academic Coaching Resources Canvas site. Then click Join this Course in the upper-right hand corner of the page. This resource will help increase your academic savviness, providing tips about time management, note-taking, avoiding procrastination, test-taking strategies and more!

ReFUEL Student Resource Center

The ReFUEL Student Resource Center connects students with campus and community resources to help address challenges such as problems with housing, food insecurity, finances, transportation, etc. If you need help, fill out the confidential request for assistance form on their website.


To reenroll, first, complete the reenrollment application on the One Stop website. It may take up to a week to process your request. The One Stop will notify you by email when your reenrollment is complete, at which point you can access your student records and Miami Regionals' services. You may have holds, and the One Stop will give you information on how to resolve them. 

Regionals Academic Advising

Hamilton Campus, Rentschler Hall 2nd Floor
Middletown Campus, Johnston Hall 001