When you’re ready to take the next step and apply to Miami, you can find everything you need online at MiamiOH.edu/apply.

If you’ve got any lingering questions—about academics, campus, the application process, or financial aid—just ask a member of the admission staff. There’s no better time to get answers than now, while you’re here in person.

Fall 2019 Costs for First-Time Students

For all first-time Oxford undergraduate students, Miami’s Tuition Promise guarantees that Tuition, Room & Board, Special Purpose Fees, and Course Fees will remain constant for four years.


Tuition (Instructional Fee & General Fee): $15,592
Housing and Meals (Room & Board): $14,124*
Total: $29,716


Tuition (Instructional Fee & General Fee): $35,572
Housing and Meals (Room & Board): $14,124
Total: $49,696

*Amount is based on weighted average and depends upon student options for two semesters.

Miami University's Tuition Promise, four-year guaranteed tuition program.

Admission Requirements

Miami is a Common Application college. The application is available online at CommonApp.org. In addition to the application, you’ll need to submit:

  • $50 Application Fee
  • Recommendation from a Counselor or an Academic Teacher
  • Official High School Transcript
  • ACT/SAT Scores

Other application requirements may exist, depending on your academic interest. Visit MiamiOH.edu/apply for full details.

Application Deadlines:

  • Early Decision — November 1
  • Early Action 1 — November 1
  • Early Action 2 — December 1
  • Regular Decision — February 1

FAFSA Deadlines:

  • PRIORITY I DEADLINE — December 1

Financial Aid

The cost of tuition and fees in 2019-2020, including Housing and Meals (Room & Board):
Fall 2019 Incoming Class: Ohio residents $29,716, non-Ohio residents $49,696

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Miami’s graduation rates are among the highest in the nation, 1st for Ohio public universities, and 17th among national public schools.

One of Kiplinger's 100 best value colleges

Miami is listed in the top 50 of Kiplinger’s 100 Best Values in Public Colleges.

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75% of undergraduates receive some form of financial assistance from the state of Ohio or the federal government.