If you apply for admission by Feb. 1 and are admitted to Miami University, you will be considered for the many general scholarships awarded to freshmen. No separate application is required.

Scholarship amounts range up to full tuition and fees (not including room and board). Many are multiple-year scholarships that may be renewed with a 3.0 cumulative grade point average.

Scholarship award determinations will be based on official testing and high school transcript information received by Miami University as of March 1.

Complete the FAFSA by Feb. 15 (Miami's Priority Filing Deadline)

All scholarships are based on academic merit, but some scholarships also require financial need.

Research Your Options

Learn about the many different types of awards.

We are committed to help make a Miami University education affordable and attainable. Toward that goal, we also make every effort to provide accurate, timely, and current information in all of our printed and online information. However, the university also reserves the right to change without notice any statement due to federal, state, or university changes in policies, procedures, or regulations.

Miami's Scholarship Policies

Miami offers scholarships based on academic merit, financial need, and a combination of both.

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70%Freshman entering for the fall of 2011 who were offered a scholarship or grant.

72%Undergraduate students who receive some form of financial assistance from Miami, the state of Ohio, or the federal government.