IT services announces system upgrades and outages for spring break
IT services will be performing maintenance and implementing changes in the computing environment over spring break (March 19–27).
James Friedman brings creativity message to SATSS conference
Whether you're new to Miami University's classified staff or you've been around a while, you belong at the SATSS (Supervisory, Administrative and Technical Support Staff) Conference. 
Microsoft Office 2016 now available to faculty, staff and students for free
Office 2016 for Windows and mobile devices is now available to all Miami faculty, staff and students for use on personal devices at no cost. The software is available through Miami’s Microsoft Office Pro Plus portal.
Upgrade your prehistoric Internet connections with eduroam
Miami and the Talawanda School District have something in common besides both being in Oxford: They both are part of the eduroam network.
Tuition fee waiver, HawkWalk and Freedom from Smoking classes
Tuition fee waiver requests for the 2016-2017 academic year are now available in BannerWeb.
Five Free, Fun Things at Miami in March
Miami Matters brings you five free, fun things to do at Miami each month. We've highlighted five activities for March on Miami's Oxford and Regional campuses. Spring Break begins March 19; no classes March 21-25.
Spring is coming and so is ShredFest
Believe it or not, spring is right around the corner, so there is no better time to start thinking about spring cleaning and removing some of the clutter in your office, home or residence hall.
Two-Factor Authentication
Two-Factor Authentication (TFA) reduces the potential of security breaches and theft around certain sensitive resources.
Employee Annual Benefit and Compensation Statement is now available in BannerWeb
Benefits & Wellness is pleased to announce that employees can view their 2015 Annual Benefit and Compensation Statement via BannerWeb.