Calendar for first-year students enrolling for the Fall 2016 Semester
Friday, Jan. 15 Confirmation deadline for Early Decision applicants. After you confirm your enrollment, you'll be able to access your Miami student email account and Residence Hall and Meal Plan contract.
Monday, Feb. 15 Priority filing deadline for the FAFSA. Submit by this date to be considered for all need-based scholarships and financial aid awards. Miami's federal school code is 003077.
Feb.–April Attend a Make It Miami! event for accepted students.
Late March Online reservation for Summer Orientation opens. Log in to your myMiami account to register for an orientation session.
Late March Final notification of financial aid awards and most scholarships are mailed to eligible accepted students.
May–June As soon as possible after graduation, have your high school counselor mail your final high school transcript, including date of graduation, to: Miami University, Office of Admission, 301 S. Campus Ave., Oxford, OH 45056. You cannot enroll until we have received and evaluated your final transcript.
May–July If you're buying a new computer before coming to campus, check out Miami's student laptop program (with a special hardware, software, and service package).
Sunday, May 1 Confirmation deadline for Early Action and Regular Decision applicants. After you confirm your enrollment, you'll be able to access your Miami student email account and Residence Hall and Meal Plan contract.
Monday, May 2 Deadline to submit your Residence Hall and Meal Plan contract to ensure that your top living-learning community preferences are considered.
Mid-May Deadline to complete and submit your mandatory three-part medical history form.
Complete math and foreign language placement tests by this date. All students must take the math placement test in order to ensure effective advising at Summer Orientation. Students who plan to continue their
studies in a foreign language must take the foreign language placement test; students who will begin a new language do not need to take the test.If you do not take the placement tests at least one week before your orientation session, your advising and registration may be impacted.
June Attend a day-and-a-half Summer Orientation session, where you will learn more about Miami and register for classes.
Mid-July Your bill for tuition and fees will be sent to your Miami email address (if you've registered for classes).
Late July Students living on campus receive their housing assignments by email, which include their local address (residence hall), move-in, and roommate information.
Early August Payment is due for tuition and fees and room and board.
Thursday, Aug. 25
First-year student move-in day.
Monday, Aug. 29 First day of classes.