Change of Campus

Change of Campus

Miami University is a multi-campus school and has the following campuses:

  • Oxford (main) campus
  • Hamilton
  • Middletown
  • Voice of America

Change of campus happens when a Miami University student originally admitted to one campus decides to take the majority of coursework at a different Miami University campus.

Change of Campus Procedures

Students who wish to change their campus must complete the following tasks:

  1. Verify eligibility. There may be requirements concerning credits, GPA, and coursework that must be met in order to be eligible to change to the new campus. Typically these requirements must be met before the term you wish to change campuses.
  2. Complete necessary forms
    • Visit the One Stop website and complete the appropriate Change of Campus form.
  3. Resolve all registration holds by connecting with necessary offices. Typically international students relocating campuses may have registration holds from the following offices:
    • Academic Advising
    • Health Services
    • International Student & Scholar Services
  4. Register for coursework. Please plan to take the majority of your coursework at your new campus.

How do I resolve my registration hold from ISSS?

Because your I-20 or DS-2019 form lists your primary campus, if you change your campus, you must update your form.

F-1 Student Procedures

  1. Login to your InterLink account

    1. Click on the blue login button. Login with your Miami unique ID and password.

    2. Navigate to “F-1 Student Services” located on the left side of the menu

  2. Submit an "Intercampus Transfer" request. 

    1. Please note you must provide recent proof of funding. View the Estimated Expenses for Study for guidance—make sure to check the amount for your new campus of study!

J-1 Student Procedure

After you submit a complete request and we have reviewed it, your registration hold with ISSS will be lifted.

When will my new document be issued reflecting my change of campus?

ISSS will be able to update your I-20 or DS-2019 after the current term ends. I-20 documents will be emailed to your Miami email address.