The Miami experience is hard to define. It's a good thing our pictures speak volumes.

Robert Frost once said that Miami University is "the most beautiful campus that ever was." When our campus isn’t inspiring poetry, it's serving as a backdrop for classes, gatherings, and even a few movies (just ask George Clooney). Hopefully, this site will give you a taste of what makes Miami such a special place.

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The Quad and MacCracken Hall

A campus is more than just a place to live. It’s where you'll find a backdrop for making lifelong friends. For opening your eyes and your mind. For shared experiences, for stories worth repeating, and stories you'll never tell anyone. For learning what it's like to be away from home, and learning what it's like for a whole new place to feel like home.

MacCracken Hall

One of our liveliest residence halls, MacCracken Hall is located on the central quad, and houses six sorority suites, two large recreation rooms, a market, the Learning Technologies Center, and is close to many dining options. Meaning that if you live here, you might not ever want to leave.

MacCracken Hall

On-campus female, upper class residence hall built between 1957 and 1961. It was named after graduate Henry Mitchell MacCraken, is located on the Central Quad and currently houses four sorority chapters and the Learning Technologies Center.

Corner The Market

Or just make a quick circle around it. MacCracken Market is a mini grocery store (one of four on campus) with a variety of fresh fruit and vegetables, canned and packaged items. Whether you need a quick snack or a break from the dining hall, the Market provides some great options.

MacCracken Hall

On-campus female, upper class residence hall built between 1957 and 1961. It was named after graduate Henry Mitchell MacCraken, is located on the Central Quad and currently houses four sorority chapters and the Learning Technologies Center.

Home Sweet(er) Home

We have 35 residence halls, which often house living- learning communities for first year students. These communities are residence groups created around interests or fields of study, like the arts or medicine, where you can take learning beyond the classroom and into every facet of your time at Miami.

Live It up, You-Style

Residence halls are more than just places to live. More often then not, they'll be the first place you'll live away from home, which is why we give you the opportunity to really make them your own. Turn it into a shrine for your favorite musician or sports team. Host late-night movie marathons every weekend. No matter how you choose to live, you'll remember your time here for the rest of your life.

Havighurst Hall

Havighurst Hall, our newest residence hall, was named for Walter E. and Marion Boyd Havighurst who were both English professors and authors. It was dedicated in honor of their literary accomplishments and their decades of love and support for Western College for Women and Miami University. Walter authored many books including “The Miami Years”. Havighurst Hall is located on Western Campus and is right next to Alexander Dining Hall, an all you care to eat location, which also has The GreyStone, a convenient store.

Hahne Hall

Hahne Hall is a co-ed residence hall, and includes study areas, living rooms and kitchenettes.

A Hall Fit for a President

David Stanton Tappan was Miami's 11th president, so it's only fitting he should have a building named after him. Tappan Hall is a co-ed residence hall located on the South Quad, and houses both first year and upperclassmen.

Tappan Hall

On-campus residence hall named after the Miami University’s 11th President, David Stanton Tappan. It is located on South Quad and currently houses co-ed first year and upper class students.

Minnich Hall

Located on the Central Quad, Minnich is a residence hall for 2nd-year students and upperclassmen and is surrounded by tons of dining options. These include Haines Food Court, Tuffy's, Spring Street Market, Oak Street Deli, Encore and more. Hungry yet?

Minnich Hall

On-campus female, upper class residence hall located on Central Quad. The building was named after the university's first Dean of the School of Education, Harvey C. Minnich.

Five Quads. Infinite Fun.

Every college should have at least one good quad, which is why we have five. Quads are multipurpose fields; these purposes range from catching ultimate frisbees to catching ultimate naps.

Such A Place,
Such A Life

Our aim is and has always been to provide the best undergraduate experience in the nation.

Fill Your Calendar With Filling Your Stomach

Our dining facilities have won more awards than any other in the nation. Here's a sampling of what we offer:

  • Vegetarian/Vegan options at Alexander Hall
  • Fresh Italian dishes made to order at La Mia Cucina • Delicious toasted rolls (and other snacks) at Tuffy's • Late-night dining to-go window at Tower To Go
  • Panache, an upscale dining spot
  • Pizzas of all kinds at Sundial Pizza
  • Numerous traditional dining halls

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Our Favorite Haunt

Peabody Hall is a co-ed residence hall located on western campus, much to the dismay of the supposed ghost that occasionally shows up. Helen Peabody was an outspoken critic of coeducation, and some say she haunts the men who live in Peabody. (Although we haven't had any recent complaints, so maybe she's come around to the idea.)

Food for Thought

The dining halls at Miami have won more awards than any other university in the nation – and our students agree. Just ask them, provided they aren't mid-bite.

Live it Up

Located on western campus, McKee Hall is a residence hall that features kitchenettes, study areas, a recreation room and a living room for plenty of student living.

Farmer School of Business

Miami's business school is housed in a brand new LEED certified building. Our undergraduate business program is ranked 8th among public institutions (22nd in the nation), and our entrepreneurship program is among the nation's top 20.

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Farmer School of Business Building

Our comprehensive new building houses all aspects of the Farmer School of Business under one roof, enabling us to pursue our mission and make significant progress in achieving our goal of excellence in business education.

Instructional spaces in the new building reflect a shift toward small group work, seminar instruction, and experiential learning.

The design of work spaces, lounges, and eating and meeting spaces encourage greater interaction among faculty members.

Virtual Spaces. Actual Learning.

Students explore a 3D world during the Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies open house celebration.

Build Something Better

The Architecture program at Miami is ranked among the top 20 in the nation by Fiske Guide to Colleges 2012.

Just Add Ice

Miami University students are as comfortable on the ice as off. Our hockey and synchronized skating teams regularly rank among the top of their divisions, and we offer an array of club and intramural ice opportunities, including broomball (one of our President's favorite pastimes.)

Goggin Ice Arena

Home to the Redhawks Men’s Ice Hockey and Women’s Synchronized Skating teams, as well as the nation’s biggest and best intramural ice program—so you can enjoy epic matches of broomball.

All the Right Notes

Recently renovated, Presser Hall houses the Department of Music's office, instrumental teaching studios, large and small classrooms, plus rehearsal spaces for instrumental and choral ensembles.

Presser Hall

Presser Hall, completely renovated and expanded in 2008, houses the Department of Music’s office, instrumental teaching studios, several large and small classrooms, rehearsal spaces for large and small instrumental and choral ensembles, practice facilities, and music and instrument storage space.

Lectures and Lessons

Most of our class sizes are relatively small — an average of just 31 students—but sometimes a guest speaker or large lecture will require an auditorium space, such as this one in the Farmer School of Business.

Farmer School of Business Building

Our comprehensive new building houses all aspects of the Farmer School of Business under one roof, enabling us to pursue our mission and make significant progress in achieving our goal of excellence in business education.

Instructional spaces in the new building reflect a shift toward small group work, seminar instruction, and experiential learning.

The design of work spaces, lounges, and eating and meeting spaces encourage greater interaction among faculty members.

A Closer Look

Sometimes the smallest organisms have the biggest impact on our lives–which is the foundation of microbiology studies at Miami. This student is getting some hands-on experience with such microorganisms in one of our many labs.

Get Pumped. No, Literally.

The 10,000 square foot Martin Fitness Center features weights of both the free and machine variety, treadmills, bikes, ellipticals, an indoor track, rock climbing, racquet ball, fitness classes and even an Olympic-sized pool.

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Martin Fitness Center

Housed within Miami’s large Recreational Sports Center, the Martin Fitness Center provides a safe, enjoyable, challenging and fun environment in which to continue developing your life-long fitness commitment.

Offerings include:

  • 10,000 sq. ft.
  • Woodway Treadmills
  • Elliptical/Cross-Trainers
  • Recumbant/Upright bikes
  • Rowers
  • Free Weights
  • Freemotion Strength Equipment
  • Machine Weights
  • Upper Body Ergometers
  • Nu Steps
  • Arc/ Total Body Trainers
  • Steppers
  • Star Trac Inspiration Strength Equipment

Can You Hear the Applause?

Miami's Center for Performing Arts is home to our Theatre Department, and houses traditional and experimental theater space, scene shop, costume shop and prop shop, all to make sure you're ready for curtain.

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Center for Performing Arts

The Center for Performing Arts is the home of the Department of Theatre. It houses all our faculty and staff offices and most of the production facilities, including the Gates-Abegglen Theatre, W. Paul Zimmerman Experimental Theatre, scene shop, costume shop, and prop shop.

Opened in the fall of 1969, the CPA sits on the Fine Arts Plaza, adjacent to Hiestand Hall (home to our classrooms) and the Art Building (home to the Art Department). Directly across the plaza from the CPA is the Shriver Center, which houses the Haines Food Court, the Miami University Bookstore, Miami University Box Office, a convenience store, and many other services for students.

Explore A Wilder Kingdom

The Department of Zoology at Miami is one of our largest departments, and one of the largest zoology programs in the nation. This means we offer a wide variety of courses and research opportunities, ranging from the smallest DNA sequence to the largest ecosystem.

Pearson Hall

Constructed in 1986 where the historic Miami Field once was located, The Biological Sciences Building was renamed Pearson Hall in 1993 as a dedication to the university’s 18th President, Dr. Paul G. Pearson. The building is home to a wide range of science departments including ecology, genetics, biology, and neuroscience. It also houses the Electron Microscope Facility, the Animal Care Facility, and two large aquatic animal rooms used to replicate oceanic and freshwater environments.

Seal of Approval

One of the longest standing traditions on campus involves the seal in the center of campus. Legend has it, if you step on the seal, you'll fail your next exam. So, watch your step.

Engineering At Miami

Students at the College of Engineering and Computing enjoy bright and open classroom spaces where they can disassemble, reassemble, tinker, explore and learn.

Engineering Building

The Engineering Building is home to the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS). Offering 22 accredited majors, the SEAS has a brand new 90,000 square-foot complex located on High Street in the heart of campus and is connected to Benton Hall through a skywalk.

Under the Arch and Down the Aisle

Rumor has it couples who kiss under Upham Arch's lantern at the stroke of midnight are destined to marry.

A Finer Art

The Miami University Art Museum exhibits collections ranging from ancient artifacts to up and coming artists. What you'll see at this museum is often connected to what you'll learn in the classroom, making it a valuable resource on campus.

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Miami University Art Museum

The Art Museum—located on-campus—houses a collection that is exceptionally broad and eclectic with strengths in many fields from nearly all parts of the world.

Admission to the Museum is free. To learn more and view current exhibitions, visit the museum's website.

From Here To Graduation Day

Miami's graduation rates are among the highest nationally, in the top 10 among public universities, and first in Ohio.

Building Relationships

Our architecture program is ranked among the top 20 in the nation (by The Fiske Guide) for many reasons, chief among them being the faculty—and the fact that we offer a hands-on experience and lots of studio space for you to have that experience in.

Alumni Hall

Also known as Alumni Library, Alumni Hall was built in 1910 originally as the university’s library. Today, it’s home to the Department of Architecture and Interior Designs as well as the Wertz Art and Architecture Library.

Miami. We Have Lift Off.

Initiatives like Project High Flight encourage students to be as creative and innovative as possible in their thinking, while still keeping their feet on the ground.

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A Winter Wondercampus

Oxford also gets its share of winter weather, which can lead to some fun and unexpected moments (not to mention ways of getting around campus.)

Ranked #3 in Undergraduate Teaching

U.S. News and World Report consistently ranks Miami University near the top for commitment to undergraduate teaching. Recently, Miami ranked 3rd, just behind Dartmouth and Princeton who tied for first.

Welcome To The Real (Virtual) World

The HIVE is a huge immersive virtual environment where multiple users navigate through virtual worlds by physically walking through them. Really.

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Learn Anything and Anywhere

Teaching can come in many forms, and happen in unexpected places, like on a walk around campus or at an uptown coffee shop. (We recommend the double latte at Kofenya, a coffee house started by Miami students.)

Getting Down To The Cellular Level

Students collaborate with medical doctors in carrying out research on cancer detection and childhood diseases at the world class Center of Excellence Structural Biology and Metabonomics.

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Greetings From The Future

Starting as early as freshman year, Miami undergraduates are given the opportunity to participate in research opportunities such as robotic systems, normally reserved for graduate students at other universities, which greatly enhances the learning process.

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What Do You Want to Study?

We offer hundreds of majors and minors, from anthropology to zoology (and all the "ologies" in-between) and even more undergraduate research opportunities.

A Lesson on Teaching

Miami is known for fostering strong bonds between professors and students, many of whom continue to keep in touch long after graduation.

Hands On Learning

Students taking natural science classes or conducting research use The Ecology Center's 200 acres to support terrestrial and aquatic studies.

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Strike Up The Band

Nowhere is the spirit of Miami University more present (or at least louder) than in the Miami Marching Band. In the past few years, they've brought the noise to bowl games, and even the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

V-A-R-S-I-T-Y!
S-P-O-R-T-S!

Men's: Baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, ice hockey, swimming & diving, track & field

Women's: Basketball, cross country, field hockey, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, synchronized skating, tennis, track & field, volleyball

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Yager Stadium

Home to Miami University RedHawks football team, Yager Stadium has a capacity of over 24,000 spectators and was built in 1985. Yager Stadium replaced Miami Field, which had been used since 1895. The RedHawks field a Division 1 football program in Mid-American Conference (MAC).

Living the (Student) Life

Stick around for a little while, and you'll start to notice that the happiest students aren't necessarily the most popular or intellectual – they're the most involved. Maybe that's why we have a club for almost every interest imaginable.

Sing It Loud.

Listen closely, and you might hear our students randomly burst into song. More often than not, they're just rehearsing for a concert with one of our many singing groups, or a performance orchestrated by our Department of Theatre.

Greek Week

Miami University enjoys a large and energetic Greek presence, with approximately one third of our undergraduate students being members of a sorority or fraternity. Here, a fraternity is competing in a "Puddle Pull" during Greek Week, a week of events designed to bring the Greek community closer together in the spirit of competition.

Play. Then Lead.

The Miami Redhawks are in the NCAA Division I and play in the Mid-American Conference. The football program is perhaps best known for producing great coaches, which is how Miami came to be known as "The Cradle of Coaches."

Yager Stadium

Home to Miami University RedHawks football team, Yager Stadium has a capacity of over 24,000 spectators and was built in 1985. Yager Stadium replaced Miami Field, which had been used since 1895. The RedHawks field a Division 1 football program in Mid-American Conference (MAC).

Culture Clubs

Head to the Center for the Performing Arts and you'll encounter professional-level productions by your fellow students. Be sure to tell people you knew them before they were famous.

Center for Performing Arts

The Center for Performing Arts is the home of the Department of Theatre. It houses all our faculty and staff offices and most of the production facilities, including the Gates-Abegglen Theatre, W. Paul Zimmerman Experimental Theatre, scene shop, costume shop, and prop shop.

Opened in the fall of 1969, the CPA sits on the Fine Arts Plaza, adjacent to Hiestand Hall (home to our classrooms) and the Art Building (home to the Art Department). Directly across the plaza from the CPA is the Shriver Center, which houses the Haines Food Court, the Miami University Bookstore, Miami University Box Office, a convenience store, and many other services for students.

Two (Thousand) Can Play at This Game

Miami Intramural and Club Sports are open to all students, and include such options as soccer, flag football, horseback riding, basketball and quidditch.

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Ready. Set. Play.

The women's volleyball team in action; this team plays in the Mid-American Conference (or the MAC, as we like to call it).

Millett Assembly Hall

Built in 1968 and named after the university’s 16th President, John D. Millet, Millett Assembly Hall serves as the home of RedHawk men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball.

Make a Splash

The Corwin M. Nixon Aquatic Center features an eight-lane, 50-meter pool and diving platforms with a 25-meter well, plus a resistance pool. The varsity swimming and diving teams practice here, but it's also open to all students during certain hours.

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Corwin M. Nixon Aquatic Center

Located within the Recreational Sports Center, the Corwin M. Nixon Aquatic Center is home to the RedHawk swimming and is highlighted by an eight-lane, 50-meter pool and separate 25-meter well, containing one-, five-, seven-, and ten-meter platforms.

Brush With Victory

Grab a broom-like stick and head on down to the ice for a lively game of broomball, one of Miami's most popular intramural sports.

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Goggin Ice Arena

Home to the Redhawks Men’s Ice Hockey and Women’s Synchronized Skating teams, as well as the nation’s biggest and best intramural ice program—so you can enjoy epic matches of broomball.

Play Your Heart Out.

Because your playing field is about to get about 2,000 acres bigger. Miami University offers a variety of club sports, including:

  • Broomball
  • Football
  • Ice Hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Quidditch
  • Paintball
  • Rowing
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Ultimate Frisbee.

The Brotherhood

The Miami hockey team plays at Goggin Ice Center, and is one of our more popular sports. Students often camp out for good seats, and it's that kind of spirit that has helped them contend for regional and even national championships.

Goggin Ice Arena

Home to the Redhawks Men’s Ice Hockey and Women’s Synchronized Skating teams, as well as the nation’s biggest and best intramural ice program—so you can enjoy epic matches of broomball.

Steady & Stable

Miami has a club for every interest—even an Equestrian Team. And this being Miami, it's a nationally ranked team, at that.

John W. Browne Equestrian Center

The nationally-ranked Miami University Equestrian Team is composed of members competing in English Hunt Seat, Dressage, and Western disciplines. Students train on-campus at the John W. Browne Equestrian Center, which houses over 60 horses.

Indra Nooyi

Chairman and CEO of PepsiCo (and one of Forbes' 10 most powerful women in the world) Indra Nooyi speaks at Miami's 2011 graduation ceremony.

Greatest Hits

The Goo Goo Dolls perform at Oxford's Family Weekend, a yearly event filled with activities for visiting parents and family.

From Tibet to Millett

Approximately 11,750 people attended a lecture of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama at Millett Hall in October 2010.

Not Just a Science Guy. THE Science Guy.

Engineer, scientist, comedian, author and Miami University speaker Bill Nye gives a lecture on understanding and appreciating the science that makes our world work.

No Pressure

Miami's Collegiate Chorale rehearse before A.R. Rahman during a visit of his to campus. Rahman won two Oscars for his musical compositions in the movie "Slumdog Millionaire" and is described by Time magazine as possibly the most prolific recording artist in the world. He's also our 2012 Commencement speaker.

A Campus Fit for the Big Screen

George Clooney and Ryan Gosling converse on set during the filming of Ides of March on Miami's campus during the spring of 2011.

Heads of State Meet Heads of the Class

Former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice headlines a lecture series presented by Miami's Farmer School of Business.

Joining the Cos

Bill Cosby entertains the crowd during Family Weekend.

Spring Forward

Spring Fest is a week long series of events at the end of the Spring semester, usually a week or two before finals. Past events have included a carnival on Cook Field (pictured), yoga in Central Quad, free Skippers food, Miami Baseball Games, and a live concert on SlantWalk.

Cook Field

Located on the corner of State Route 73 and Patterson Ave., Cook Field is the only lighted grass field on campus, making it a great place to participate in one of the many intramural sports teams.

Spend Some Quality Time

The Welcome Back Concert at Yager Stadium is an annual event held to kick off the new school year. We recently featured electro hip hop band, Timeflies!

Yager Stadium

Home to Miami University RedHawks football team, Yager Stadium has a capacity of over 24,000 spectators and was built in 1985. Yager Stadium replaced Miami Field, which had been used since 1895. The RedHawks field a Division 1 football program in Mid-American Conference (MAC).

Welcome to Oxford, Ohio

Uptown Oxford is more than just the town you drive through when you come to campus. Acting almost as an extension of the campus, it offers a place for students to gather and hang, and all sorts of restaurants and stores. Oxford is only about 35 miles north of Cincinnati—meaning you can catch a Reds game, hit museums with world-class exhibits, go to concerts, shows, boutiques and mega-marts. So it's close to a major metropolitan area if you want to visit the city, but far enough away to feel like a world apart. In other words, it's the perfect setting for an ideal college.

Uptown Oxford, OH

"Uptown" is the portion of the city of Oxford where most of the places to eat and hang out are concentrated. It acts as an extension of campus and is essentially a town tailor-made for college students.

Fueled by Caffeine

There's a reason college towns are filled with coffee shops, and it's not just those all-night study sessions during finals week (although that's certainly part of it). It's because they provide the perfect setting for groups to get together and discuss issues and ideas, of both the academic and not-so-academic variety.

Kofenya

Founded by Miami University graduates, Kofenya is a place that matches students’ tendency to hang out with their need for caffeine.

Out of the Ordinary on Campus.

Staying on campus also has its benefits, such as being close to your friends and classes. Also among the benefits? Getting to sample the treats of over 23 dining halls, snack bars and general eateries, the most award-winning dining system in the country.

Uptown Downtime

We think that Oxford, Ohio is the perfect college town, with restaurants, boutiques and coffee shops custom built and operated with the student in mind. Get ready to eat, shop, chat, relax or just hang out with 17,000 of your closest friends.

High Street

High Street is the main drag through Uptown—the portion of the city of Oxford where most of the eateries and student hangouts are concentrated. Uptown acts as an extension to campus, but still provides a getaway.

A Night on the Town. Uptown, That Is.

When the sun goes down, the town lights up—with students and Oxford residents on their way to eat, hang out or catch a movie.

Side Streets

Students get to know Uptown Oxford pretty quickly. It's a safe town, and a fun town. You’ll see students cutting through the various side streets any time of day (and perhaps night) back to campus or to their houses.

We're Well-Rounded. And Covered in Toppings.

There are plenty of places that let you customize your sandwich. But how many places also let you name it, draw it, and stick it on the wall? That's where Bagel & Deli comes in. It's the kind of place that, like your bagel, you can customize and make your very own, and it's just one of many restaurants, coffee shops and stores that make Oxford an ideal college town.

Bagel & Deli

A favorite amongst Miami students—just about any time of day or night.

Monday Night Karaoke

Start picking your songs out now, because Monday night karaoke at one of the local establishments "Brick Street" is one of our most popular Uptown events, featuring aspiring divas and off-key singers looking to sing that one Third Eye Blind song. (Yep, that one.)

Brick Street

Monday night is karaoke night!

Find Your Style. Or Try on Something New.

Taking a break between classes comes in many forms. Some people like to grab a bite to eat. Some like to grab something new for their wardrobe, like this student checking out the selection at Juniper, an Uptown boutique.

Juniper (Boutique)

Get your shop on at one of the little stores or boutiques Uptown. This one, Juniper, is right by the center of town.

Get in. Then, Get Involved.

The best way to make friends around here is to get involved. In clubs, activities, sports and volunteer work. And sometimes, just hanging out.

Clear Eyes, Full Stomachs, Can't Lose

The wide variety (and large number) of dining halls at Miami make them popular student hangouts, or meeting places between classes. Try an Italian dish at La Mia Cucina, a slice at Sundial Pizza or just grab a sandwich at Bell Tower Place.

Hang in There. And Out There.

Oxford, Ohio is a college town in the truest sense—meaning you'll find students hanging out all over it, both on and off campus, with and without food (usually with).

Get in the Swing. Or on It.

Students take advantage of a sunny afternoon out on the porch swings adorning the front of many off-campus houses.

Where Free Time Gets Free-er

Residents of the “Copa Cabana” house enjoy a mid-afternoon cookout (emphasis on “enjoy”).

Forget The Address? Just Follow The Signs.

For years, it’s been tradition for Miami students to give their temporary residences a name, and to place a sign on the front of the house.

Kind Of A Big Deal

After their first two years, more than half of the undergraduate students at Miami live in off campus housing.

The Beat Goes on (Until Your Housemates Complain)

Living off-campus has its benefits… getting to have a drum set in your room being but one of them.

When Feelings Get Put Into Words

Inscribed on campus and taken to heart by our students, these simple words define just how special Miami truly is.

Higher Education

Students take in the view from the roof of their off campus house.

Living. Room.

A town like Oxford has plenty of off-campus housing options that are big enough to unleash your inner-interior designer.

All In A Name

Signs generally have some sort of theme or play on words incorporating the house’s street name.

Signs Of The Times

On the other hand, some house signs may hold personal meaning for the residents.

Bro Your Own Way.

Off-campus porches are a perfect place to kick back or kick flip.

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