If you are considering relocating to the Oxford campus, please speak with an academic adviser at your current campus about the relocation process. Listed below are the steps you will need to take to successfully relocate to Oxford.
Mid-Semester you need to pick up a relocation packet at your regional campus advising office.
Included in this packet will be a Regional Application to Register for Classes on the Oxford Campus form that must be completed and turned into the Registrar's Office at your regional campus. You will need to sign the Permission to Relocate area only. Do not sign the Permission to Register which will only allow for one or two classes in Oxford, not a full schedule.
Attend the Oxford Relocation Program, offered once a semester on each regional campus or meet your Oxford advisor in Oxford before scheduling.
- This program offers you the opportunity to meet with an Oxford advisor in your field of study at the regional campus. You will need to sign up in advance to schedule a meeting with an Oxford campus academic advisor. You will not be able to register for Oxford classes until you have met with an Oxford campus academic adviser either at the Regional campus or in Oxford.
Attend Orientation for Relocation and Transfer Students . This orientation is designed to introduce you to the variety of campus services and resources available to you at Miami University, Oxford. For more information about the August orientation, visit: http://www.muohio.edu/orientation .
- For More information about the relocation process; to pick up a relocation packet; or sign up for the Oxford Relocation Program; please contact an academic adviser at your current regional campus.
- Middletown Campus: Office of Student Services, 1 Johnston Hall 513.727.3440
- Hamilton Campus: Office of Advising and Retention Services, 107 Rentschler Hall 513.785.3129
Oxford Divisional Offices
Your first step toward success as an upper-class student at Miami University, Oxford is to become acquainted with your academic divisional office.
College of Arts and Science (includes undecided students), 146 Upham Hall, 513-529-3031
School of Business , 103 Laws Hall, 513-529-1712
School of Education, Health, and Society , 207 McGuffey Hall, 513-529-6317
School of Engineering and Applied Science , Bonham House, 513-529-4036
School of Fine Arts , 501 East High Street, 513-529-2209
Western College Program , 114 Peabody Hall, 513-529-2233
Should you have any questions or concerns regarding your academics your divisional office will be able to assist you.
There are many organizations present on campus that cater to everyone. Organizations can help you to make friends and connect to the larger campus community outside of the classroom. If you are looking to become more involved on campus, there is likely to be a campus organization that will be of interest to you! Student Organizations and Leadership at Miami
Looking for a place to live in Oxford?
Off-campus housing :
Look here for rental information within the City of Oxford: Rental Information (Oxford)
Other Resources for Upper-class Students
City of Oxford Map
Jobs on campus
Learning Assistance Center (tutoring, study skills, etc.)