Miami University-Oxford

501 East High St, Oxford, OH
4-year
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Majors offered at Miami University-Oxford

Biggest majors
Finance and Financial Management Services
Marketing
Psychology, General

Academics at Miami University-Oxford

1200-1380
SAT Score Range
400
1600
Required with application
25-30
ACT Score Range
1
36
Required with application
Student Faculty Ratio
13 to 1
Selectivity
Less Selective (75% Acceptance Rate)
School type
Public 4-year institution

Miami University-Oxford demographics

69% White
5% Asian
5% Hispanic
4% Black
3% Multiracial
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Common careers for Miami University-Oxford students

Common Careers and Their Average Annual Salary

Senior Financial Analyst82k
Software Engineer74k
Project Manager, (Unspecified Type / General)73k
Marketing Manager66k
Mechanical Engineer66k
Financial Analyst58k
Account Manager54k
Based on 20,762 student responses
57.7kAvg. Early Career Pay
112kAvg. Mid-Career Pay
46%in High-Meaning careers
22%in STEM careers

Net price of attending Miami University-Oxford

Miami University-Oxford financial aid

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Student reviews of Miami University-Oxford

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3.7

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Recommended by

85% of students

Known for

Lots of interesting clubs and activities
Beautiful campus
LGBTQ+ friendly
Awesome study spaces and libraries
Safe campus
Alexandra Fennimore
Foreign Languages
Woodworking
Crafting
Art + 1 other

4.0

WHAT I LIKED

Miami University has a great Speech Pathology program and the professors in that field truly care. The University, student organizations, and city groups set up all kinds of interesting events from Art After Dark crafting nights to Educational Hikes and Public Ice Skating. The campus and town are generally quite safe. Use the Buztrakr app to track the town's bus system, they are free and fairly comfortable to use. The campus itself is quite beautiful and well kept by the managers. Western Campus has a great natural landscape and the Art Museum has an interesting collection that gets visiting exhibits and unique educational opportunities.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Oxford is a fairly isolated town so you must put in the work to find something fun to do. Beware that when you visit the university the dorms you will be shown are the fanciest ones. You will not be staying in those dorms your first year-- make sure you research the dorms before you make a choice out of the options given to you. Peabody Hall had bad air quality for a long time which made some students sick. McKee Hall had AC issues. There are still some issues with accessibilities for disabled students as well as treatment of disabled students at the university. There is too much money spent on the Farmer School of Business and general outward appearances when other areas like the insides of several academic and residential buildings and accessibility changes need more attention.

Princess Reginald
Photography and Photo Editing
Business And Entrepreneurship
Stocks And Investing
Fashion + 1 other

2.0

WHAT I LIKED

Not much

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

It’s honestly hard to enjoy my experience, I feel pressured and constantly bombarded by unnecessary elements. Plus they aren’t really helpful. Also, I go to Oxford Brookes University, but I couldn’t find it here and I’d like to apply for a scholarship.

Olivia Wilson
Music
Psychology

3.0

WHAT I LIKED

I don't know, I mean it really just depends on the kind of person you are. If you come from a wealthy family- this is the school for you. If you become a Miami Access Student (aka you're poor) then this might not be the school for you. They thrive off the money they get from their tuition and housing. But, I found my people here, so it made life here a little more bearable. Just put lots of thought into it before you make a decision. It's definitely a beautiful campus, that's for sure.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

They care more about money than they do you. That covers every category in the book. If you come from a wealthy family, then you'll have the time of your life. If you come from a poorer family, then you may still have the time of your life but it'll be a struggle.

Erica Abbington
Sewing
Hair Styling
Coding And Computer Science
Game Design and Development

4.0

WHAT I LIKED

The faculty here really want their students to succeed, so don't be afraid to ask questions and attend office hours. If you're interested in undergraduate research there are so many categories of research to choose from. Just a bit of a warning to freshmen who take calculus 1 here, it's one of the hardest courses on campus because of the amount of content.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

If you get placed in Morris Hall, I'm so sorry. It's like one of the worst dorms on campus.

Evette Harrell
Social Justice
Reading
Writing
Music + 15 others

4.0

WHAT I LIKED

I love the friends I've made here, and there is always something to do around campus. I've made connections with a few of my professors, and while academic advising is difficult at times, I feel like I have enjoyed many of my classes and been able to get involved in different ways.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Dorm life and dining halls are average.

Chloe Germanos
Travel And Tourism
Foreign Languages
Marketing
Art + 3 others

4.0

WHAT I LIKED

The environment, the experience, the community, and of course the area.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

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