About Miami University Middletown
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Miami University Middletown is a regional campus of Miami University, a highly regarded public university with a national reputation. A commuter campus, Miami Middletown offers bachelor's degrees, associate degrees, and beginning course work for most four-year degrees. Miami University also offers one certificate program, Geographic Information Science (GISci).
*Note: If you are considering enrolling in classes to work toward a certificate, please read the Miami University Cerificate Disclosure Information (PDF).
As one of Miami University's regional campuses, we maintain an open admission policy, which means first-time college students are automatically accepted with a high school diploma or GED, at any age. Learn more about our open admission policy.
Miami University Middletown was Ohio's very first regional campus.
Location & directions
Miami University Middletown is at
4200 N University Boulevard,
Middletown, OH 45042. You can find directions to the campus via our Maps & Directions website.
You can complete a bachelor's in Integrative Studies, Engineering Technology, Nursing, or Health Information Technology. entirely at Miami University's regional locations. Learn more about Academics.
Get involved! Check out the Miami Middletown Student Life
website to learn how. At Miami Middletown, it's easy to get involved in student life. Don't see a student org that features your interests? Start one!
Our Thunderhawks' colors are blue and white.
Our mascot is Flash. Check out Flash doing a special dance on You Tube!
In 2010-2011, our enrollment was approximately 3,000 students. Miami Middletown is a compact, friendly campus with an average class size of 19 students.
Balancing the cost of higher education
Miami Middletown, along with its sister regional campus Miami Hamilton, has among the lowest tuition rates of regional campuses in Ohio.
Securitas Security Services USA, Inc. provides 24 hour security for the Middletown campus.
All Miami University campuses are tobacco-free. Read the Miami University Tobacco-Free Policy (PDF
Dining options in Hawk Haven include Java Johnny's Café, breakfast and lunch food service during the fall and spring semesters, and vending machines year round. Microwave facilities are also available for "do-it-yourselfers."
Miami Middletown students have a number of different options when it comes to study abroad opportunities, including studying at Miami University's Dolibois European Center in Luxembourg.
The Gardner-Harvey Library at Miami Middletown offers access to all Miami University's online resources, its own collection, and a staff of professional librarians ready to help. Learn more about Gardner-Harvey Library.
Miami’s Regional Campuses are accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and are members of the North Central Association 312.263.0456.
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