Welcome to the Miami University Commuter Center!!
The Miami University
Commuter Center, located in 100 Shriver Center, serves as a resource
for Oxford campus students who commute to school
from Oxford or the surrounding area.
The Commuter Center strives
to promote an environment that is welcoming and conducive to academic achievement. The commuter student population on the Oxford campus is comparatively smaller than the residential student population here at Miami.
students bring with them a variety of backgrounds and experiences, as
they may be first-year students, upper-class students, Evan's Scholars,
students who have been relocated from the Hamilton or Middletown campuses,
take classes at multiple campuses, or non-traditional* students.
In addition to
its friendly atmosphere, the Commuter Center provides a variety of services
and resources through its physical amenities and staff. The Center strives to create opportunities
for students to connect to each other as well as the larger University community. Please take some
time to scroll through the links on the left and explore all that the Commuter
Center has to offer.
*Non-traditional students are
students who are over the age of 24, veterans of the armed services, returning
to school after four or more years of employment, homemaking, and/or other
activity, or may be assuming multiple roles such as parent, spouse/partner,
employee, and student (Center for Adult Learner Services, Penn State University