Originally the home of our campus library, Alumni Hall is now home to the Department of Architecture and Interior Design. And you can bet any student who studies behind these iconic white pillars can tell you a thing or two about its Lombardic Romanesque style.
This stunning new student space opened in 2014. It includes dining, a theater, student event spaces, terraces, the Shade Family Room, and student spaces of all shapes
As an art student at Miami, you’ll probably spend a lot of time in one of these two buildings. Our art building houses studio spaces for drawing, painting, and photography and our center for the performing arts includes 70 practice rooms, a theater, and a recital hall.
Bachelor Hall is home to our English and Mathematics departments. It’s also where you’ll find our Speech and Hearing Clinic, where Miami students offer treatment under the supervision of experienced, licensed speech-language pathologists
No matter what kind of meal you’re hankering for, you’re likely to find it at Bell Tower. Here you’ll find everything from pastries to steaks, pizza to coffee, and deli sandwiches to
Miami’s College of Engineering and Computing students study in three main buildings—Benton, Garland, and the engineering building—and each one is filled with state-of-the-art equipment.
Central Quad is bordered by five residence halls housing primarily sophomore students and framed by the grand MacCracken Hall at the south end. Our active sororities—who focus on community-building and leadership—are granted corridors and lease chapter
Most of our outdoor intramural sports contests are held on Cook Field. Though really it should be called Cook Fields, since it’s home to both a grass field and an
First year students often live on East Quad. With six expansive residence halls—Dorsey, Symmes, McBride, Collins, Wilson, and Dennison—and Erickson Dining Hall, the space is home to some of our most academically-minded students.
Residence halls Elliot and Stoddard are the two oldest remaining buildings on the Miami campus. They were built in 1828 and 1835, respectively, and they’re both listed on the National Register of Historic Places. But though students who live here are surrounded by history, thanks to modern renovations, they’re also entirely comfortable.
In addition to housing around 60 beautiful horses, Miami’s Equestrian Center is the home of Miami’s nationally-ranked intercollegiate teams. They compete in Hunt Seat, Western, and Dressage disciplines.
Miami’s business school is housed in a brand new LEED certified building. Our undergraduate business program is ranked 8th among public institutions (22nd in the nation), and our entrepreneurship program is among the nation’s top 20.
Off-campus housing at Miami is part of our identity. Most first- and second-year students live on campus, but some high-achieving sophomores move to Fraternity Row to help foster leadership and community in
Goggin Ice Center boasts two ice rinks—the larger of which can hold up to 4,000 screaming RedHawk fans. This is home to our competitive ice hockey and synchronized skating teams, and intramural tournaments in hockey and broomball.
Harris Dining Hall is the main all-you-care-to-eat dining option on the south end of campus. You can choose from a wide variety of meals here—including Mexican, Italian, or American—all in the midst of the bustling, student-filled South Quad.
Heritage Commons was the first residential hall in Ohio to receive a 2012 Energy Star from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Its six buildings have 108 apartment-style suites for upper-class and
Chemistry and biochemistry majors at Miami are all familiar with Hughes Hall. It has classrooms, offices, laboratories, and the Brill Science Library filled with books on any kind of scientific research you’re looking
Miami’s main library is King. It holds millions of books on just about everything, and is also home to King Café, where students spend a lot of time snacking and studying.
Laws Hall used to house our business school, but now it’s a little more multi-dimensional. In addition to classrooms and offices, the bottom two floors house our B.E.S.T Library, which houses books and holdings for business, engineering, science,
The new LEED-certified Maple Street Station is part residence hall, part multi-dimensional dining hall. In addition to lots of student space, here you’ll find Red Brick Pizza, Delish sandwich shop, Encounter upscale burger place, and Patisserie pastry and coffee shop.
This is home to our College of Education, Health & Society. It has classrooms, offices, an auditorium, gathering spaces, a library, and even one of the best collections of children’s literature in the nation.
Miami’s baseball team plays at the Stanley G. McKie Field at Joseph P. Hayden Jr. Park. (It’s a hefty name, so we usually just call it McKie.) The field holds 1,000 fans, and win or lose, they cheer throughout all nine innings.
Three RedHawk teams call Millet Hall home—men’s basketball, women’s basketball, and volleyball. It’s also used for events ranging from commencement exercises to big-name concerts like Ray Charles, John Mayer, and
Many Miami teams practice and compete on our North Athletic Fields. Track and field, soccer, field hockey, and softball players all compete here during each academic year.
Most Miami athletes live in the six residence halls of North Quad—Hahne, Flower, Hepburn, McFarland, Brandon, and Swing. It’s just a short walk from Yager Stadium, Millet Hall, and many of our athletic fields.
Miami’s biology, neuroscience, genetics, and ecology departments can be found in Pearson Hall. It’s complete with an Electron Microscope Facility, an Animal Care Facility, two large aquatic animal rooms, a behavioral ecology lab, and an insect collection with over 82,000 specimens.
Along with several large gyms, Phillips Hall contains classrooms for our kinesiology and health students.
Recently renovated, Presser Hall houses the Department of Music’s office, instrumental teaching studios, large and small classrooms, plus rehearsal spaces for instrumental and choral ensembles.
Miami’s psychology department includes our Brain & Cognitive Science Studies, our Clinical Program, and our Social Program. All three have labs, classrooms, and offices located in our Psychology Building, where both graduates and undergraduates conduct psychology research.
Affectionately known as “The Rec,” Miami’s Recreational Sports Center is open to students 17 hours a day, complete with gyms, an indoor track, a fitness center, and a rock wall. It’s also home to Miami’s swimming and diving teams, who spend a lot of time in the diving well and Olympic-sized pool.
Our campus bookstore is housed in the Shriver Center, which was our main student center before Armstrong Student Center was built. Now Shriver is where you go for food, events, meetings with your clubs, or to purchase Miami books and gear.
South Quad stands adjacent to Central—so it’s not really all that far south. It’s four residence halls—Anderson, Porter, Stanton, and Dodds—center around Harris Dining Hall, where you can find all-you-care-to-eat dining and delicious eateries of Maple Street Station.
In Upham, you’ll find lots of experienced academics: anthropologists, environmentalists, gerontologists, sociologists, statisticians, historians, legal minds, and humanities experts. Of course, you’ll also find classrooms and offices aplenty.
Completed in 2014, the beautiful, modern Western Campus now includes six expansive residence halls—Mary Lyon, Havighurst, Peabody, McKee, Thompson, and Clawson—and a new 625-seat dining hall.
Housing our media and communications departments, in Williams Hall you’ll find burgeoning journalists and budding media moguls—studying with our experienced professors day in and day out.
Our intramural sports facility includes indoor tennis courts, a gymnastic studio, three basketball/volleyball courts, two aerobics rooms, eight racquetball courts, two squash courts, and locker rooms for both men and women.
The Miami football team practices inside—in our brand new Indoor Practice Facility—but they play in Yager Stadium, under the Ohio sun. The impressive space seats 24,000 fans, but our RedHawk enthusiasm often makes us seem like twice that many.
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