Financial Aid is money that students receive to help pay for college. Financial Aid comes in the forms of grants, loans, and scholarships. Our goal at Miami University Regional campuses is to make the financial aid process as simple as possible for all students and their families.
Our staff is dedicated to answering all of your questions to help ease the anxiety of this process. We will help from the beginning of the application process through graduation. Please feel free to browse our website to find useful and important information. Also, feel free to complete the contact form below for further questions. Our office hours are also listed right, and we welcome you to stop by anytime!
A Master Promissory Note and an entrance interview are required for Federal Direct Stafford Loan first-time borrowers. These can be completed online at www.studentloans.gov. (Link opens in new browser window. Close window to return to this page.)
||Enrollment for Spring Semester 2014 is frozen; financial aid for the semester is based on the number of credit hours for which a student is enrolled at this time. Students should be enrolled for all the classes they intend to take for the semester as of this date.
||First disbursement of financial aid for Spring Semester 2014 for regional campus students
Priority deadline for incoming freshman applicants for filing the 2014–2015 FAFSA; Miami's Federal School Code is 003077. This is the same school code for all of Miami’s Campuses
(The priority filing deadline for the 2013–2014 FAFSA applies to incoming freshman students who want to receive financial aid during Fall Semester 2013, Spring Semester 2014, and Summer Session 2014.)
||Priority Filing Deadline for Returning and New Transfer Students to complete the 2014–2015 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Miami’s Federal School Code is: 003077. This is the same school code for all of Miami’s Campuses.