About Admission to Miami Regionals
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Miami University's regional campuses have an open admission policy for first-time college students who have earned a diploma from a secondary program chartered by the state board of education, a General Education Diploma (GED) diploma, or are alternatively educated.
Go to the deadline dates page to view current deadlines.
High School graduates wishing to apply to Miami Regionals should apply either online or using a printed form and submit the following supporting documents to the Office of Admission at either the Hamilton or Middletown campus (i.e., the campus to which they are applying):
High school transcript.
- ACT or SAT scores should be sent directly from the testing agency or as part of the student's high school transcript.
High school transcripts must be submitted directly to the Office of Admission at Miami Hamilton or Miami Middletown or delivered in a sealed envelope from the high school.
Hamilton: ACT code: 3303 / SAT code: 1526
Middletown: ACT code: 3299 / SAT code: 1509
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