Types of Transfer Admission
Documents Needed & Where to Submit Them
Transfer Agreements with Other Colleges & Universities (This link opens in a new browser window.)
You are a transfer student if you have attended another regionally accredited college or university after high school and enrolled in one or more courses.
Download the Regionals Transfer Student Info document (PDF)
Admission is based on your grade point average (on a 4.0 scale), including courses which have been repeated. Transfer students are required to have at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA at their previous institution(s) or have been out of college for at least two years.
If you do not meet either of these situations, you should contact the office of admission for additional information regarding possible admission. Hamilton (513.785.3111) or Middletown (513.727.3216). See Types of Transfer Admission for more information.
Go to the deadline dates page to view current deadlines.
Students planning to apply for financial aid need to contact the Office of Financial Aid and ask about additional requirements that may apply. For more information, contact the Office of Admission at either Hamilton (513.785.3111) or Middletown (513.727.3216) campuses.
Note: Miami does not accept AP credit posted on a college transcript. Students must contact CollegeBoard and request that AP score reports be sent directly to Miami University. The number to request the score reports is: 1.888.308.0013. Read more about this at the CollegeBoard website.
Generally, credit for any college-level course taken at a regionally accredited institution for which you received a passing grade can transfer to Miami. Some training courses provided by the armed forces and businesses may be the equivalent of college courses. Learn about Miami University's Transfer Credit Policy.