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Fall 2024 Scholarship Opportunities

Miami University Regionals is committed to offering a high-quality and affordable education with one of the lowest tuition rates among Ohio four-year universities. Scholarships based on academic merit and financial need are available to in-state and out-of-state students who are U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens.

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Extra time until the scholarship deadline!

We've decided to extend the scholarship deadline to April 1st. We understand that you may need additional time to navigate the new FAFSA changes. To ensure that everyone has an equal opportunity to receive a scholarship, we are thrilled to announce an extension of the deadline!

Scholarship Opportunities

To be considered for need-based scholarships, grants, loans, and federal work-study funds, students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and apply to Miami University Regionals. We encourage all students to apply by March 1 priority date, as some resources are limited and may run out. However, if you miss the March 1 priority date this does not mean you are disqualified from receiving financial aid. You should submit your FAFSA as soon as possible so your aid eligibility may be determined.

First-Time New Student Scholarship Opportunities

To qualify for any scholarships, you must have a completed admission application including high school transcript and ACT/SAT scores.


Merit Scholarship

  • 22+ ACT score and 3.25 grade point average cumulative in high school
  • Extended to April 1

Scholarship is renewable and stackable.


College Credit Plus Scholarship

  • You must be a former Miami University Regionals College Credit Plus (CCP) student applying for admission upon high school graduation
  • 3.0 grade point average cumulative in high school
  • $2,000/year
  • Extended to April 1

Scholarship is renewable and stackable.

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Miami Hamilton Promise

  • First-time new undergraduate student enrolling at Miami University Regionals full-time (12 credit hours or more) following high school graduation
  • Lived (has a primary, permanent address) in the city of Hamilton during all four years of high school
  • Attended all four years at Hamilton High School, Stephen T. Badin High School, or Butler Tech from Hamilton City School District and graduated
    Cumulative high school GPA of 2.5+ (unweighted)
  • Eligible for the Pell Grant (determined by the FAFSA) 
  • April 1

Scholarship is renewable.

Transfer Merit Scholarship

  • Have a completed admission application including college transcript.
  • 3.0+ grade point average cumulative.
  • June 1

STEM Scholars (S-STEM Scholarship)

Available to First-Time New and Transfer students.

STEM Scholars provides scholarships of up to $5,000 annually for select Computer Science, Information Technology, Engineering, and Engineering Technology areas of study.

  • The scholarship is renewable based on maintaining eligibility each semester and remaining in the STEM Scholars program.
  • STEM Scholars creates a customized pathway experience for students to advance from an associate to a bachelor’s degree and on to a master’s degree.
  • Students will receive enhanced mentoring and opportunities to participate in STEM summer workshops, internships, research experiences, and career placement guidance after graduation.


  • August 1

Funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation.

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Office of Admission Contact Information

Hamilton Campus

Harry T. Wilks Conference Center
1601 University Blvd.
Hamilton, OH 45011

Middletown Campus

Johnston Hall 114
4200 North University Blvd.
Middletown, OH 45042