Building Connections: Learn about Miami University's new building and renovation projects

building connectionsMiami University’s Oxford campus is growing with the construction of two new academic buildings — the first since the Farmer School of Business was built in 2009 — and an indoor equestrian center. The renovation of the College@Elm building in partnership with the city of Oxford will revitalize an area along College Avenue and Elm Street uptown. 

Learn more about each building in our Miami News stories and find them on the map below. 

Clinical Health Sciences and Wellness facility (A)

The new Clinical Health Sciences and Wellness facility is currently under construction. The 165,000 gross square foot building is scheduled to be completed by summer 2023. It will house Miami’s new Master of Medical Science/Physician Associate studies program, the department of speech pathology and audiology and the Oxford cohort of the BSN nursing program. The clinics wing will house the Employee and Student Health Centers, the Student Counseling, and the Speech and Hearing Clinic.

Indoor Equestrian Center (B)

The Indoor Equestrian Center is nearly complete and it is scheduled to open later this summer. The 125-by-250 square foot riding surface within the arena will allow for year-round educational and outreach programming for the university community and year-round training for the club equestrian team and academic classes. The indoor arena, which broke ground in November 2020, is funded by donor gifts to the equestrian facility fund. 

Richard M. McVey Data Science Building (C)

Miami plans to break ground this fall on the Richard M. McVey Data Science Building, an 87,000-square-foot space located along Tallawanda Road on the Oxford campus near Withrow Hall and Benton Hall. Construction is expected to be completed for use in January 2024.

College@Elm Innovation and Workforce Development Center

The College@Elm Innovation and Workforce Development Center at 20 S. Elm St. will house office space, an entrepreneurship center, startups, a workforce and small business development resource center, a design and testing area, and space for manufacturing operations. The building, which housed Miami’s food service operations for 68 years, has been vacant for 19 years. The total cost for the renovation project is $10.7 million.

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Regionals Nursing Innovation Hub

University Hall on Miami's Hamilton campus is undergoing renovation this summer to create the Nursing Innovation Hub. The Hub, scheduled to be open for students by fall semester, will accommodate Miami's growing nursing program, provide high-tech simulation spaces and more. 

College@Elm, located four blocks west of Campus Avenue, is not shown on the Oxford campus map below.

cartoon map of campus

 names of three buildings