First-Time Freshman Scholarships
Miami University Regionals offers scholarships to first-time freshmen who meet certain criteria. Explore our scholarship options below.
The data in the table below is based on full time, undergraduate, Ohio Resident tuition rates as of 2021-2022. Please refer to Miami Regionals tuition and fees page for tuition rates. Students entering Miami’s Regional campus merit awards as of Fall 2022, are based on the tuition promise rates for the 2023 cohort.
|Test Score Range||HS GPA (4.00 scale)||1st Year Scholarship Award Range||Maximum 4 Year Total|
|22+||3.25-3.49||Up to $1500||$4500|
|22+||3.50-3.74||Up to $2000||$5000|
|22+||3.75-4.0+||Up to $2500||$5500|
As a Miami Regionals merit scholarship recipient, $1,000 per academic year may be renewable based on maintained merit as a full-time continuing student (3.0 GPA).
- Admission decisions will be based on the official testing and high school transcript information submitted to Miami University Regionals at the time of application. Completed Admission applications received by February 1, 2023 will be considered for merit scholarship awards. Complete Admission application includes: Admission application, high school transcript and ACT/SAT scores.
- A deadline of April 1, 2023 applies for applicants originally applying to the Oxford Campus, but who request their application be transitioned to Miami Regionals. The Oxford campus admission decision will not impact Miami Regionals admission or scholarship consideration. All Admission documents must be on file with the university by the Feb 1 deadline for consideration.
- Merit scholarships will apply to the academic year in which the student has applied for Admission. If a student delays their enrollment from the initial application scholarship awards are not guaranteed.
- As a merit recipient, students must maintain a 3.0 GPA and Full time enrollment ( minimum 12 credits per semester) as an undergraduate student.
- If a student is awarded a scholarship for the regional campuses then relocates to the Oxford campus, the student will no longer be eligible for the regional campus scholarship(s).