Affiliation: Public university of Ohio
Philosophy: Miami is a residential university with a focus on teaching undergraduates. A liberal education core complements the more specialized studies of the majors.
Established: 1809; Miami's name reflects the history of the Miami Indian Tribe that inhabited the area now known as the Miami Valley Region of Ohio.
Locations: Main campus in Oxford, Ohio (35 miles north of Cincinnati); regional locations in Hamilton, Middletown, and West Chester, Ohio; European Center in Luxembourg.
Enrollment: 15,208 undergraduates and 1,827 graduate students on the Oxford campus; 3,479 undergraduates on the Hamilton campus; 2,031 undergraduates on the Middletown campus; 159 graduate students at the Voice of America Learning Center (based on Fall 2013 enrollment).
Diversity: Multicultural students make up 13.2 percent of the first-year class and 12.0 percent of the undergraduate student body (based on Fall 2013 Oxford campus enrollment).
Degree Programs: Miami offers the bachelor's degree in over 100 areas of study and the master's degree in more than 50 areas; Miami also offers a number of doctoral degrees. Several associate's degrees as well as bachelor's degrees are offered through study at the regional locations.
Calendar: First semester begins late August, ends mid December; winter term is in January; second semester begins late January, ends early May. Summer sessions are also offered.
Cost: For 2013–2014, the cost of tuition, fees, room, and board for Ohio residents is $24,646. The cost for non-Ohio residents is $40,434.