Parents & Families
We’ll help your student develop the key skills they’ll need to chart their path in an ever-changing workforce.
Employers and graduate schools love Miami students. That’s what makes a Miami education an investment that pays dividends for a lifetime. Additionally, we are committed to helping our students make their valuable education as affordable as possible.
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.
Bright Futures Start Here
Where will your student go after college? With a degree from Miami University, the answer is wherever they want.
of 2018-2019 Miami graduates were employed or furthering their education by fall 2019
Miami University Data
Among Public Universities in the United States for Four-Year Graduation Rate
The Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac
Median, mid-career income for Miami alumni
The Miami University Parents Council develops initiatives for students and makes allocation recommendations from the Miami Family Fund.
Staying informed of campus issues and policies is a great way to support your student from afar. We’ve gathered links and information to answer many of your questions.