Money and Tuition

You will not have a tuition and fee bill until you have registered for classes. Once you have registered for classes, you will receive an email to your Miami email account to notify you that your bill is available. You are responsible for paying your total balance due by the due date. Late payments are subject to a late fee and class cancellation.

Payment Process

In order to facilitate the payment process for international students, Miami University has partnered with Flywire to streamline the wire transfer process. With Flywire, wire transfers are easy and affordable, as you are offered favorable foreign exchange rates, allowing you to pay in your home currency (in most cases) and save a significant amount of money, as compared to traditional banks.

To pay your tuition and fees, visit One Stop's International Payments page.

You will be notified via email when your payment is received by Miami.

Please direct any further questions about paying your tuition and fees to the One Stop at


To check Miami University’s tuition-and-fee costs, view Tuition and Fees. Any scholarship you may receive will be deducted from the total amount on your bill.

Note: You have been admitted to Miami University with the understanding that you have adequate financial support to cover all of your tuition and fees as well as all living expenses. Under no circumstances will the University be able to offer you any financial aid beyond that which you may have already been awarded by the University at the time of your admission. You must be prepared to pay what is owed to the University at the time of your registration for classes, so arrangements must be made before your arrival at Miami University so that you will be in a position to pay immediately all tuition and fees for the coming semester. Students who have received scholarship awards or grants from a sponsoring agency or institution must present a letter from their sponsor that (1) certifies tuition and fees are to be paid by the sponsor and (2) provides instructions to the Office of the Bursar on how tuition, fees, and other charges are to be paid. These instructions should be emailed to

Money Matters Upon Arrival

Students primarily use debit cards and credit cards in Oxford to pay their bills, eat in restaurants, and buy clothes and other items. If you bring a credit card with you from home, make sure it will work in the US. You should bring some cash (no more than $500) with you to pay for meals and other necessary items until you can purchase a meal plan and set up a bank account. You will have the opportunity to open a bank account within your first few days on campus. Please review more information about tuition, fees, bill payment, and graduate assistantships.

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Note that all new international students are charged a one-time non-refundable administrative services fee, which will appear on your Miami bill near the beginning of your first semester. In addition, if you live on campus, you will be charged a nightly pre-semester housing fee during orientation until your housing contracts takes effect. The total amount of these pre-semester housing fees will appear on your Miami bill near the beginning of your first semester.