One of Ohio’s state universities, Miami enrolls about 18,000 students. Some 65 percent of the students are state residents and there are about 2,000 international students. Miami maintains a small college atmosphere, and approximately 50 percent of the students live on campus.
Miami's facilities are extensive. The Center for Performing Arts houses piano and voice studios, Amos music library, and a recital hall. The Goggen Ice Center is home to Miami's hockey team and broomball, one of Miami's most popular intramural sports options. The Armstrong Student Center is the "living room" of the campus where students find meeting rooms, unique dining concepts, and lounge space, among other comforts. The "Miami experience" is based on a rich tradition of academic excellence and intense engagement outside the classroom. Our students thrive in an educational community offering exceptional opportunities, including hundreds of programs, activities, organizations and services available to help students create their personal path to success at Miami and beyond.
Main CampusOxford, Ohio, United States Campus Website5,000 - 20,000 on Campus<100,000 residents in OxfordLanguage(s) spoken on campus: English
Robert Frost once identified the Miami University campus as "the most beautiful campus that ever there was." We agree, and we think you will, too!
Miami’s 2,000-acre campus is located in Oxford, Ohio, a quaint college town filled with local history, nostalgic shops and welcoming hospitality. Located in Butler County, Oxford is 15 minutes from Hamilton (county seat) and roughly 45 minutes from both the greater Cincinnati and Dayton areas. Explore the Oxford Visitors Bureau to learn more about Oxford, Ohio.
Encouraging student involvement and participation in purposeful group activities, the Office of Student Activities and Leadership works to facilitate leadership development and encourage student growth through a variety of programs, services and activities. View a complete list of Miami registered student organizations.