Miami University—Oxford

Oxford, OH

Miami University—Oxford

Oxford, OH

Above all, our goal is to create a diverse and inclusive culture.

Miami University, established in 1809, is located in Oxford, Ohio. Ranked among the top 50 national public universities by U.S. News & World Report, Miami is recognized as one of the nation's most outstanding undergraduate institutions. With a student body of nearly 19,000, Miami effectively combines a wide range of strong academic programs with the personal attention ordinarily found only at much smaller institutions.

Opportunities for engagement
Our focus on personal attention is enhanced through the study in selected disciplines by graduate students, who, along with undergraduates, participate with faculty in significant research and scholarship activities. Miami also offers vibrant residential, community-based, and international programs involving students in life-enhancing activities that build leadership and develop citizenship, character, and lifelong friendships.

Strong undergraduate teaching
Along with countless opportunities to gain practical experience, Miami is distinguished by a faculty who love to teach and mentor students. In fact, the U.S. News & World Report rankings have recognized Miami as a top 10 university in the US in the category of "Strong Commitment to Undergraduate Teaching" for 10+ years.  We believe that this commitment is also demonstrated in our record of exceptional retention and graduation rates, which remain some of the highest in NCAA Division I schools.

Picturesque campus
We invite you to visit us here in Oxford. As you explore our website, you can find directions, accommodations, and more information about visiting Miami. If you are unable to stop by, visit us virtually 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!

Active alumni
Our graduates represent the more than 236,000 Miami alumni located around the globe, serving as professional and community leaders. To an extent envied by most other universities, our alumni maintain ties with their alma mater and stand ready to assist students and young graduates as they join the "Miami Family.”



Ranked #5 among colleges for "Best Undergraduate Teaching" | U.S. News & World Report, 2023


Ranked among the "Best National Universities" and #48 among "Top Public Schools" | U.S. News & World Report, 2023


Ranked the #13 “Best School for Internships” among public universities | The Princeton Review, 2023


Ranked #55 among the "Best Undergraduate Business Schools" | Poets&Quants, 2023


Ranked #35 among the "Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs" | U.S. News & World Report, 2022


#1 Most Beautiful U.S. College Town | Travel Trivia, 2022

Miami At A Glance

Affiliation: Miami is an Ohio public university.

History: Founded in 1809, Miami University bears the name of the Myaamia people whose homelands are here in the Miami Valley. The university maintains a strong reciprocal relationship with the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma grounded in our shared commitment to learning and each other.

Location: Our main campus is located in Oxford, Ohio, with regional campuses in Hamilton, Ohio; Middletown, Ohio; the Voice of America Learning Center in West Chester, Ohio; and the John E. Dolibois European Center in Luxembourg.

Enrollment (fall 2022): 16,500+ undergraduates and 2,200+ graduate students study at our Oxford campus, 3,500+ study on regional campuses, and nearly 200 students per year study in Luxembourg. Miami students come from 48 states and 101 countries.

Calendar: First (fall) semester begins in late August and ends in mid-December. Our optional Winter Term runs for three weeks in January. Second (spring) semester begins in late January and ends in early May. Summer courses are also offered. For a complete schedule, see the academic calendar.

Degree Programs: On the Oxford campus, Miami offers bachelor's degrees in over 120 areas of study. Graduate students choose from more than 70 master's and doctoral degree programs. Several associate degrees, as well as bachelor's degrees, are also offered through study at the regional locations.

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