501 E High St Oxford, OH USA 45056
Founded in 1809, Miami University is a public institution located in Oxford, Ohio. Smaller, regional campuses are located in Hamilton, Middletown and West Chester. Miami is known for its research output and its robust liberal arts education, earning it a reputation as a “public Ivy.” Notable alumni include former President of the United States Benjamin Harrison, former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, and American poet Rita Dove.
Ranked 105 in the nation, Miami’s acceptance rate is 92%, and its graduation rate is 78%. In-state tuition is $17,364 per year and out-of-state tuition is $38,122 per year. A total of 18,880 students are enrolled, and its student to faculty ratio is 13:1. The university offers 123 undergraduate programs and 90 graduate programs. Miami follows a semester-based academic calendar.
Robert Frost once described Miami’s campus as, “The most beautiful campus that ever there was.” Miami’s campus boasts sprawling greens, shady trees, and beautiful facilities. Freshmen are required to live on campus. Students can choose from over 600 organizations and clubs, including 50 sororities and fraternities. Miami is known as the 'Cradle of Coaches', as it has produced a long line of exceptional football coaches. The university’s RedHawks compete in the Division I Mid-American Conference. Oxford is a top-rated college town, and 75% of its population is students. It offers round-the-clock dining options, unique stores, and enjoyable recreational activities. Plus, a city bus system and the university’s SafeRide shuttle service help students get around. Major cities of Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Chicago are easily accessible.
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