More than raising awareness and promoting wellness, Miami provides care to students who need it.
Miami students are an eclectic mix of thinkers, doers, leaders and followers, introverts and extroverts, authors, painters, climbers, coders, pianists, philanthropists, and gamers. Just to name a few. We do what we love, and we think you’ll fit right in.
College life may look very different these days, but Miami remains committed to the collective health of our community and to our tradition of delivering high-quality educational experiences.
Live on campus as a first- and second-year student to develop close connections.Explore Housing
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Miami is committed to maintaining a safe learning environment for all students and members of the university community.See Details
Study from our chateau in Luxembourg. Take a monthlong Winter Term in a far-off place. There’s a reason more Miamians choose to complement their education by learning around the world.
Our mission is to empower each Miamian to be an engaged citizen and improve the future of the community and the world.
It’s pregame butterflies and postgame celebrations. It’s friendly matches and fierce competition. But mostly, it’s fun. And we’d love for you to join the game.
Basketball, volleyball, indoor soccer, racquetball, swimming, aerobics, jogging, fitness training, and even broomball are all here to keep you healthy and active.
Find a healthy spirit of competition, sportsmanship, and teamwork. Choose from leagues, tournaments, individual events, and team sports. All skill levels welcome.
Miami University varsity teams compete in NCAA Division I Mid-American Conference, the National Collegiate Hockey Conference, and the U.S. Figure Skating Association.
There’s a lot to say about one of America’s most beautiful campuses. Find out why so many choose Miami for their most memorable years.
The big question is, “Where will you go after college?” With a degree from Miami University, the answer is, “Wherever you want.”