SummaryMiami University is located in Ohio. Stereotypically known as a preppy school with preppy kids. Where one can not leave the house without sperrys, a polo, a comb over and nice khakis. Those are just stereotypes, but everyone at Miami is just the same typical college student: looking for a great education, while getting wasted on the daily.
From Website: Miami University has a role in the nation’s 3500 universities and colleges in the way they successfully blend scholarship and teaching. Nationally recognized as one of the most outstanding public undergraduate institutions, Miami gives undergraduates many opportunities to work with senior faculty on research projects and to participate in strong international programs. Miami also has selective graduate programs in areas of special strength. In all we do, we never lose sight of our focus on intellectual development.
Social LifeOpened on January 27, 2014, the Armstrong Student Center boasts over 200,000 square feet of student-oriented space. The center provides students with meeting rooms, quiet study rooms, unique dining concepts, lounge space, student organization offices, and signature spaces for student events. Miami University Oxford is a residential campus, with nearly all first- and second-year students living in 35 residence halls. These halls represent various Living Learning Communities (LLCs), which provide an opportunity for students to live and learn with others who share their interests. Miami is also known for its inclusive environment and active student body. With more than 450 student organizations, a new student center, and 34 intramural sports, it’s easy to see why The Princeton Review calls our campus a “vibrant, social atmosphere.”
CampusThey encourage you to explore the rest of their website and invite you to visit them there in Oxford. If you are unable to stop by, visit ExperienceMiamiOH.com to discover why Miami is a great place to call home. Robert Frost once identified our campus as “the most beautiful campus that ever there was.” We agree and we think you will, too!
- Students: 17,395
- Acceptance Rate: 73%
- Crime: .06 per 1000 households
- Tuition: $11,278
- Programs: 272
- Athletics: 11 programs