Miami University welcomes applications from veterans. To make sure you don't miss any important steps or deadlines, see our Student Veterans Checklist (PDF 373KB). For more information unique to your application and enrollment process, see Benefit Requirements.
Veterans Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP)
This program began July 1, 2012. Because Miami University (including Miami Regional campus locations) is a four-year institution we are not an eligible VRAP school. To qualify for VRAP you must enroll at a community college or technical school. Please visit http://benefits.va.gov/vow/education.htm for further eligibility and application information.
We're Here to Help
The Office of Student Financial Assistance works with you and your family to help make a Miami education within your reach. Contact the office via email or phone at 513-529-8734 or stop by 121 Campus Avenue Building to speak with a counselor.
Tuition and Costs
With reasonable tuition and costs, Miami is consistently identified as a best value in Kiplinger's annual list of the "100 Best Values in Public Colleges."
Rewards for Scholars
Miami offers scholarships based on academic merit, financial need, and a combination of both. Miami also offers more than 500 different scholarships named after individual or group donors to our scholarship endowments.
If you are interested in working part-time while attending college, you may want to consider student employment. Working not only provides income; it offers opportunities for learning and skill development.
Miami ranks among the top universities in the nation for the number of students studying abroad, and the Office of Student Financial Assistance can help you cover your expenses. For more information, see Financial Aid for Study Abroad.