Miami Regionals includes three community-based locations of Miami University in Hamilton, Middletown and West Chester. Miami is a highly regarded public university with a national reputation. All locations are ideally located near I-75, offer free parking and maintain an open admission policy.
Founded in 1968, Miami Hamilton is the largest location at the Regionals with bachelor’s and associate degrees plus starting coursework for Miami majors. The Hamilton Campus is home to the Regionals nursing program, Harry T. Wilks Distinguished Lecture Series and Michael J. Colligan History Project.Explore Hamilton
Miami's first regional campus, the Middletown Campus offers bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees and starting coursework for most four-year degrees, and houses the William & Patricia Schaefer Career Services Suite and the English Language Center. Nestled on 144 beautiful acres, the campus was founded in 1966.Explore Middletown
Located in West Chester, the VOALC is home to the Commerce Innovation Hub, Miami's nationally ranked MBA Program and graduate coursework in teaching and educational leadership. It is also home to the Ohio Small Business Development Center.Explore West Chester
Offering online programs since 1999, Miami Regionals' E-Campus is designed to offer students the richness of a premier education and the flexibility of learning at the location of their choice.Explore E-Campus
Strong support for higher education and the communities’ desire to have full-service campuses led to the opening of Middletown in 1966, followed by Hamilton in 1968. E-Campus has been innovators in online learning since 1999. Miami widened its reach with the West Chester location, which opened in 2009.