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Safety, sexual violence prevention receive federal support
With a three-year $300,000 federal grant and a two-year commitment with a national student affairs group, Miami University is greatly strengthening its prevention, education and response in areas of sexual and interpersonal violence (SIV).
Three renovated residence halls offer accessibility, open spaces and more
Renovations to MacCracken, Richard and Porter halls included updating the grounds and outdoor gathering spaces.Some Miami University students coming back to campus this month will be living in newly renovated residence halls.
Welcome Weekend and the First 50 Days
Welcome Weekend and the First 50 Days kicks off on Thursday, August 22 with the First Night Block Party at the Rec Center quad. Students in the Class of 2023 will come together as a class for the first time as they become part of the Miami community.
Academic Excellence Groups Launching in September
After a successful pilot in the spring, the Rinella Learning Center and the office of residence life are launching five academic excellence groups this September.
RA Training is a Community Effort
What does it take to prepare 258 Resident Assistants (RAs) for a successful year of building community, responding to crises and incidents of varying levels, resolving conflicts, and referring to campus resources?
Miami Bound: Global Friendship Day
Miami University’s inaugural Global Friendship Day is Wednesday, August 21, sponsored by Orientation and Transition Programs and International Student and Scholar Services.
New Hours for Armstrong Student Center
Beginning August 22, 2019, Armstrong Student Center (ASC) hours will be 6:30 a.m. to 2 a.m, seven days a week. Food service will begin at 7 a.m.
Three MiamiOH Global Updates
Summer term is winding down and we are getting ready for fall semester. This fall is full of global opportunities for your student.
AHEAD Award Goes to Miami Student
When she arrived on campus in 2015 for her first year at Miami, Megan Zahneis ¬Ď19 had a positive first impression of disability services. She did not anticipate, however, that disability and advocacy would become such an integral part of her collegiate career. And she certainly had no idea that her work would lead to being nationally recognized in the field.