Students run barefoot through the grassy quad, chasing after a frisbee

Start with passion,
end with a career.

Every aspect of Miami will play a role in your
education, not just your studies. The clubs you join
and the residence halls you live in might define your
Miami experience almost as much as your major.

Campus Life

Trumpets and trombones sparkle as the marching band plays on the football field at the game.

Miami has


residence halls that house more than 30
Living-Learning Communities.

Our dining facilities have won more
awards than any other university in
the nation. While you’re on campus,
stop by for a treat at one of our

25+ dining centers,
snack bars,
& coffee shops.

Start with passion, end with a career.

E.J. Corporan ’13

Manager, Music Partnerships at Textron Aviation
Marketing Major

His freshman year at Miami, E.J. Corporan lived in the Change: Emerging Leaders Living-Learning Community. He chose the experience because he’s passionate about leadership, and wanted to be around others with similar interests. Now he says he can’t imagine Miami without that experience.

As a member of the Emerging Leaders community, E.J. became a volunteer, an advocate, and a leader on campus. He volunteered at events in Oxford and beyond, coordinated Help Week, and became an active advocate for change at Miami.

By senior year, E.J. became Executive Chair of the Campus Activities Council, and worked daily to make Miami a better place. After graduation, E.J. got a job as a Customer Engagement Coordinator for Cessna Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas.

Exterior view of Havighurst hall, with red brick facade and pillars over the entrance. E.J. Corporan giving a presentation in a conference room.