MBA Program | Farmer School of Business - Miami University
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Miami proudly works to sustain and enhance health
and well-being throughout our community.

Environmental, social, occupational, financialEmotional, intellectual, spiritual, physical

Institute for Food


The Institute's sustainable farm integrates hands-on learning about sustainable agriculture, food production, and consumption with health and wellness while applying principles from a diverse range of academic disciplines across the university.

The Institute's Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program is a model of food production and distribution that directly connects producers and consumers. The program allows participants to take home a box each week packed full of fresh, local, organically grown produce.

For more information on the work of the Institute, the CSA program, and additional opportunities for involvement, see Institute for Food.

3500 athletes participate in Miami's 800 intramural teams.
An estimated 60-70% of students have participated in Rec Center programming.
 1500 athletes participate in Miami's 54 club sports teams.
 Miami University Natural areas boast over 17 miles of hiking trails.
 25% of annual dining budget spent on local products.