Learn from professors who become mentors. Access a powerful alumni network. Find people who can help you connect the dots from where you are to where you want to go. Wherever life takes you, you will be ready.
Success by Any Measure
organizations interviewed, attended a job fair, or posted jobs at Miami in 2018-2019
Center for Career Exploration and Success
of 2018-2019 graduates were employed or furthering their education by fall 2019
Miami University Data
median, mid-career income for Miami alumni
The Miami Network in Action
Alison Tuiyott '20
Major: Statistics, Co-Major: Analytics
Alison found strong mentors who connected her to summer internships at GE Aviation and Eli Lilly.
Brian Niccol '96
Brian launches restaurant brands into the future with an eye toward technology, ensuring they appeal to the needs of modern consumers.
Sara Al-Zubi '19
MD candidate, Harvard Medical School
Sara received the Harry S. Truman Scholarship, an award that honors future public servants and change agents. She also was a Rhodes Scholarship finalist.
John Steele '14
Public Diplomacy Officer, U.S. Department of State
John earned a master's degree in security policy studies as a prestigious Charles B. Rangel Fellow and is now working in Angola with the U.S. Department of State.
Caroline Danzi '17
Software Engineer, Google
Caroline shared her passion for computing and strengthened her technical skills by teaching school children to code through Kode2Learn and Girls Who Code.
Kyle Denman '16
Kyle was named Young Fashion Designer of the Year by the Fashion Designer and Craft Makers Network and appeared on the hit show “Project Runway.”
Sean McVay '08
Head Coach, Los Angeles Rams
Sean became the youngest head coach to lead a team to the Super Bowl. No wonder he’s considered one of the brightest minds in the NFL.
Grace Chaney '21
Major: Kinesiology, Co-Major: Pre-Medical Studies
Grace works with her professor in the muscle fatigue lab, developing programs that minimize workout time while maximizing health benefits.
Do Well and People Take Notice
We’re proud to consistently be included in a wide variety of prestigious rankings and listings.
Commitment to Undergraduate Teaching, National Public Universities
U.S. News & World Report, 2021
Operating Efficiency, National Public Universities
U.S. News & World Report, 2020
National Public University
U.S. News & World Report, 2020
Starting in your first year, projects and mentors will connect you to career opportunities in your field. Where will you go after college? With a degree from Miami, the answer is wherever you want.
The Sue J. Henry Center for Pre-Law Education will prepare you to take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) and also help you arrange internship and job-shadowing opportunities.
The Mallory-Wilson Center for Healthcare Education and Miami's rigorous science curriculum will help you navigate your route to medical school and careers in the healthcare field.
You'll conduct research, work on real-world projects, and stand out to top graduate schools. Miami also offers multiple combined bachelor's and master's degree programs so you can quickly advance your studies.
A Bright Future Starts Here
Ready to discover the greatness in yourself? Apply to Miami and begin the journey.
A Campus That Speaks for Itself
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