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Enrollment Overview

Enrollment Overview

Miami University offers courses on three campuses in Southwestern Ohio, as well as a European center in Luxembourg. The main campus in Oxford, Ohio is limited by the Ohio legislature to an enrollment cap of 17,000 students. Miami's enrollment goals emphasize quality: for Fall 2004, there were 14,960 applicants for the freshman class; 3,492 new freshmen are enrolled, with the middle 50% of those students having ACT scores between 25 and 29. Because applications consistently exceed space in the freshman class, Miami University has not experienced and does not expect any marked decline in enrollment. However, due to small yearly variations in freshman yield and the number of students graduating, as well as changes in graduate enrollment, overall enrollment tends to fluctuate from year to year.

For Fall 2004, enrollment on the Oxford campus is 16,307. Enrollment at the Hamilton campus is 2,582, and enrollment at the Middletown campus is 2,014.

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