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Voice of America Learning Center, a Miami University Regional Location

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Voice of America Learning Center
7847 VOA Park Drive
West Chester, Ohio 45069
Phone: 513.895.8862









Student and Faculty Resources

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Academic Advising

VOALC offers personalized academic advising services to current and prospective students. Tracy L. Davis, Student Services Coordinator, is available to assist with a variety of advising needs, including course scheduling, adding or dropping courses, changing majors and declaring thematic sequences, and more.  MBA students please see the MBA staff on site for all student resources.

Students are encouraged to schedule an appointment to learn more about academic programs and course offerings to them achieve their academic goals. Appointments may be scheduled by calling the Center at 513.895.8862.  MBA students please contact the onsite offices at 513.895.8876.

Academic advising is also available at Hamilton, Middletown, and Oxford.

Academic advising for MBA students is provided by the MBA office at the VOALC.

Academic Calendar

Miami’s academic calendar is available online through the Registrar’s Office website.


Books for VOALC Courses

Books for courses at the VOA Learning Center are ordered on line from Miami’s Middletown Bookstore and may be delivered to students’ homes, or held at Bookstore locations in Middletown, Hamilton, or Oxford for pickup.  They may also be purchased on site at the Middletown Bookstore.

Books for MBA courses are provided directly to students as part of the MBA program.


Miami University’s General Bulletin is available online with information about University policies, degree requirements, and more for undergraduate and graduate students.


Students have access to personal and career counseling services at Miami’s regional locations.

Career counseling for MBA students is provide through the MBA program.

Course Schedules

Miami online course information has the most up-to-date available and covers all Miami locations.  You can also view Miami Regionals’ course schedules, including the schedule for classes at the VOALC.

DARS Reports

Directions to access DARS reports for undergraduate students is available at the Office of the Registrar 's website.

Employment & Income Verification

Miami uses JobTrax ( for employment and income verification to third party verifiers.  To access this service visit the Human Resources web page

Enrollment Verification

Enrollment verifications for health insurers, credit issuers, housing providers and others seeking verification of student enrollment are handled online through the National Student Clearinghouse. The verifications/certifications printed from this secure site are official and need no further institutional signatures or seals. 

Financial Aid & Scholarships

Resources regarding financial aid, grants, loans, and scholarships at Hamilton,  Middletown and Oxford.


Find instructions for applying for graduation at the Office of the Registrar.

The MBA Office handles graduation procedures for MBA students.

Learning Assistance

Tutoring services, academic assistance, and other resources to help you achieve academic success are available at Hamilton, Middletown  and Oxford.


Online reference and research assistance and more resources for Rentschler Library in Hamilton, the Gardner-Harvey Library in Middletown, and Miami’s library system in Oxford.

Publications & Policies

Resources for faculty, staff and students – Miami’s Publications and Policies.

Registrar/Records & Registration

Courses, schedules, registration information, and other services.


Regional campus students wishing to relocate to Oxford after meeting all requirements can pick up a permit at the VOALC, or at the Hamilton or Middletown campuses, or at the Commuter Center in Oxford.  Student may also relocate from Oxford to one of the regional campuses.

Senior Citizens
Individuals who are 60 years of age or older and have resided in the state of Ohio for at least one year can audit any course without charge if permission is granted by the instructor and facilities are available. Any special course requirements or fees are the responsibility of the student. Formal admission and registration are not required. Lifelong Learning at Miami coordinates this ( or 513.529.8600). See registration form (PDF).
Student Handbook

The current Student Handbook is available online in PDF format.

Tobacco-Free Policy

Miami University has a tobacco-free policy on all campuses.


Transcripts can be ordered online through the National Student Clearinghouse by following the instructions available from the University Registrar.

Transfer Credit

Miami’s Office of the Registrar evaluates all transfer credits, advanced placement, and non-traditional credits posted to student's academic records.  Articulation tables and program information that can be found on are maintained to assist students in reviewing/previewing transfer credit information.

Tuition & Fees

Tuition and fee information for undergraduate and graduate students on Miami’s Regional Campuses.


Miami has an online resource for veterans including benefit information, checklist for veterans applying to Miami, and information about veterans’ support services available.


Your Right to Know

Miami University’s Right to Know reports include information on campus safety, tuition and fees, financial assistance, student outcomes, and more. 

Crime and Fire Log
A Crime and Fire Log is prepared by the Voice of America Learning Center, and is accessible for the most recent 60 day period, upon request, during normal business hours at the Miami University Voice of America Learning Center. The Crime and Fire Log that is older than 60 days is available within two business days of a request for public inspection. To request the log, contact the Voice of America Learning Center 513-895-8862 or email us at Walk-ins are also welcome.


Miami University Hamilton
1601 University Blvd
Hamilton, OH 45011
Phone: 513.785.3000

Miami University Middletown
4200 N University Blvd
Middletown, OH 45042
Phone: 513.727.3200 or
1.86.MIAMI.MID (toll free)
Voice of America Learning Center
7847 VOA Park Drive
West Chester, Ohio 45069
Phone: 513.895.8862

Greentree Health Science Academy
5757 Innovation Drive
Middletown, Ohio 45005
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