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Miami University has a distinctive role among the nation's 3,500 colleges and universities in the way we successfully blend teaching and scholarship. 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.

This commitment to academic excellence is also demonstrated in our exceptional graduation rate, consistently ranked among those of the top 10 major public universities nationwide. We believe this record of success, which prompted Education Trust to identify Miami as a "model university," remains a reflection of the personal attention our students receive through a comprehensive advising system, a dedicated, accessible faculty, and a wealth of academic resources.

Campus Resources

Center for Career Exploration and Success—provides a well-balanced variety of services and educational programs to help students make positive academic and career decisions and gain meaningful employment.

Center for Teaching Excellence—promotes reflective and scholarly practice by teachers and students through curricular and co-curricular efforts.

Howe Center for Writing Excellence—helps faculty across the University improve student writing and connects students with writing resources.

Miami University Libraries—includes access to an extensive collection of information through online search capabilities.

Rinella Learning Center—offers individual and group tutoring, a learning disabilities program, and help with study skills.

Publications and Guidelines

General Bulletin—serves as the student's guide to information on academic policies, program requirements, and course descriptions.

Information Technology Services—provides an overview of technology at Miami and links to campus technology resources.

Three-Year Pathways—explains how students of select programs can complete a bachelor's degree in three years.


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Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) is a college program that prepares young adults to become officers in the U.S. Military. In exchange for a paid college education and a guaranteed post-college career, cadets commit to serve in the Military after graduation. Discover more about ROTC opportunities at Miami.