The tables and charts in this section pertain to
student tuition rates and financial aid at Miami University.
Tuition, Fees, Room & Board:
Tuition and fee rates used in this section are intended
to represent the most common yearly charge for full-time
students. Miami's tuition for full-time students is
charged as a flat rate. Part-time students (those
taking less than 12 hours) are charged per credit
hour. We have not included charges that apply only
to specific subsets of students, such as admissions
fees and course fees (e.g. materials fees for studio
art classes). Detailed information on tuition &
fees is kept by the Office
of the Bursar.
Miami is a public university and tuition and fee
rates are subject to regulation by the state of Ohio.
The Ohio state legislature meets biennially with sessions
adjourning at the end of June. Thus Miami's tuition
rate for the upcoming academic year may not be finalized
until the end of June.
The financial aid data presented in this section
comes from the Common
Note: From 2003-2004 through 2007-2008, Miami changed its tuition structure
so that Ohio residents and non-residents paid essentially
the same rate, with a slight difference in fees.
Resident students received a scholarship which was roughly
equivalent to the difference between in-state and
out-of-state tuition rates. The exact amount of the
scholarship varied by family income. Because of this
change, comparisons with these years, for both tuition and some areas of financial aid, are not particularly
meaningful. For details on these years, please contact the Office of Institutional Research at InstitutionalResearch@MiamiOH.edu.
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