Location
Oxford, OH
Undergrads
14,657
Tuition (in-state)
$29,158 ($13,594)
Admission Difficulty
Easy
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Reviews 2193 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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3 College Student

Transportation: You can pretty much walk anywhere, which is good. However, when you need a taxi, the local services are dodgy at best.

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4 College Student

Health & Safety: Never once felt threatened or unsafe in Oxford. Safe little town with plenty of police presence. The cops aren't overbearing, at least in my experience, though being belligerently drunk/disorderly may get you a ticket.

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4 College Student

Campus Dining: Great a la carte meal options, pricey but worth it.

3 College Freshman

Campus Strictness: They do enough to keep things under control but allow you to have fun.

3 College Freshman

Drug Safety: I do not notice many people partaking in the use of drugs.

College Freshman

Greek Life: I am not a part of greek life.

4 College Freshman

Facilities: The academics at Miami are the best. The professors are interested in what they teach and are very helpful. The classes are challenging and push to do to better.

3 College Freshman

Facilities: There is a lot of space on campus. The rec center is a great facility.

College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: I have never lived in an off campus facility.

3 College Freshman

Health & Safety: They only time I do not feel safe on campus is walking alone at night. Some pathways do not have many lights and it can be difficult to see.

College Freshman

Transportation: I haven't used the transportation options at my school.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I love living on campus. My building is close to my classes and many restaurants. The staff keeps my residence hall very clean. The people in my hall are very friendly.

3 College Freshman

Guys & Girls: Most guys and girls at my school are preppy. Many of the boys will wear dress shirts to class and most of the girls always look classy. I have noticed the opinions of many of the students are judgmental. They judge each other on what the are wearing and who they are with.

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1 College Senior

Drug Safety: In the simplest terms, Miami University is a partying school. Unfortunately, students have very easy access to procure alcohol. The drug/alcohol scene is arguably the school's ugliest aspect. The harsh reality is that a large percentage of students are here for "the college experience" (aka drinking and partying).

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4 College Senior

Scholarships: I was very, very fortunate to receive a full-academic scholarship my junior year. It came at a time when I had very few options for making school work. In fact, I was staring at having to take out student loans, which in my opinion, should never be a consideration for someone looking to attend college. I was very humbled and honored to receive the particular scholarship that I did. My benefactor was extremely generous. However, I hesitate to say that the university had any hand in the matter.

3 College Senior

Campus Dining: While the food isn't terrible and disgusting, it's nothing to write home about. Don't be surprised to see the same options day after day, week after week, and semester after semester. The quality of the food certainly isn't equal to the amount of money one is having to pay for it.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: My overall experience at Miami University up to this point has been one of highs and lows. If I could do it all over again, I probably wouldn't have chosen Miami. I cannot say that this is entirely the university's fault. Instead, I think I rushed my decision to go to college. I didn't really know what I wanted to pursue in terms of a degree, and when I finally did, I still repressed that desire, believing it to be too much of "a dream" and not practical. So, most of that is my fault, but I can't say that Miami was conducive to my learning or "higher education" as it is called in our culture. The courses that I took at Miami I could have easily taken at a different, perhaps smaller school at a fraction of the cost. The only thing I really can say I am grateful for from Miami is the people I've met (i.e. friends, peers, professors). Yet, I cannot attribute that to the university per se, as if it had actually played a vital role in that regard.

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Overall ExperienceWhat's This?

There’s an old saying that goes, “You can make a big school small, but you can’t make a small school big.” The overall experience at Miami University is different for every student, but most seem to have enjoyed their time here, and most will agree that the former part of this statement is representative of Miami. Miami is not a huge school, but it is large enough to feel like a big university without being overwhelming. It is essential to find a niche when you arrive; otherwise, you may get lost in the shuffle. One of the best ways to determine if you will like Miami is to take into consideration what is important to you in a school and to really weigh your options. Visit the campus and ask questions—this is the next four or five years of your life. If Miami does not fulfill an important need you have, it probably isn’t the school for you, and there are people here who feel like they don’t belong.

Nobody enjoys school 100 percent of the time, but the students at Miami have a plethora of options, both social and academic, at their doorsteps. At Miami, you cannot be afraid to try new things, talk to new people, or grow as an individual. However, this is true no matter where you decide to attend college. Overall, the most important fact to take away from this guide is that most students feel that they made the right decision in attending Miami.

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