College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science

Hamilton Campus
1601 University Blvd., OH 45011
Phone: 513-785-3000

Middletown Campus
4200 N. University Blvd., OH 45042
Phones: 513-727-3200, 1-866-426-4643

Voice of America Learning Center
7847 VOA Park Dr.
West Chester, OH 45069
Phone: 513-895-8862

General Information

Miami University Regionals are commuter campuses of Miami University, a highly-regarded public university with a national reputation. Regional locations include the Hamilton campus, the Middletown campus, and the Voice of America Learning Center (VOALC) in West Chester.  The Hamilton and Middletown campuses are full-service campuses, with a range of student facilities and services. 

Miami University Hamilton occupies about 75 acres on the east bank of the Great Miami River between Neilan and University boulevards in Hamilton. Classes began in 1968.  

Miami University Middletown opened in 1966 on 142 wooded acres between University and Breiel boulevards in Middletown. 

In 2009, Miami opened the Voice of America Learning Center in West Chester, midway between Cincinnati and Dayton and adjacent to I-75. VOALC serves as the hub for the Department of Commerce. Miami’s nationally-ranked Professional MBA program is based at the Learning Center. In addition to the MBA program, area educators can take advantage of professional development, graduate courses, and degree programs through Miami’s College of Education, Health and Society. 

The College of Liberal Arts & Applied Science (CLAAS) is home to twelve academic departments offering micro-credentials, certificate, associate, and bachelor degrees, as well as select graduate degrees. 

Students may begin most majors at the Miami Regional locations. CLAAS micro-credentials, certificates, associate, bachelor, and graduate degrees can be completed on the regional campuses.  Students pursuing other Miami majors will need to complete their programs on the Oxford campus.  In addition, students are able to complete many Miami Regional courses and CLAAS programs without traveling to a physical campus. As a pioneer in online learning, Miami Regionals have significant experience in cultivating rich learning experiences to meet the diverse needs of students. Online undergraduate programs include the following: Applied Business, Digital Commerce, English Studies, Health Communication, Health Information Technology, Hospitality Management, Prekindergarten Education, Psychological Science, Sales Management, and Small Business Management.  A Master of Science in Nursing and a Doctor of Nursing Practice are also available online.


Registration for new students takes place during the Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration program (SOAR) which occurs in June, July, and August for Fall Semester, and in December and January for Spring Semester. Continuing students may select coursework once registration opens, October for Spring Semester, April for the Fall semester, February for the Summer term, and May for the Winter term.  Registration dates and times for new and continuing students may vary; consult the regional campus Calendar of Events and Advising & Registration Sessions (SOAR) schedule for specific information.

For More Information

Office of Admission

Hamilton Campus - Harry T. Wilks Conference Center

Middletown Campus - 114 Johnston Hall


Regional Students Seeking to Take Oxford Classes 

Regional campus students may take coursework at any of the Miami University Regionals locations (Hamilton, Middletown, and Voice of America Learning Center). Bachelor degrees can be completed in the College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science on the regional campuses, in other divisions at the Oxford campus, or at other four-year institutions. Students seeking to complete Miami baccalaureate degrees on the Oxford campus must apply to change their campus, full or partial, when they need to take Oxford courses.  Regional campus students may request approval to take a course(s) in Oxford, full or partial, after earning at least 16 hours of graded Miami University college-level coursework (not including credit/no credit, developmental 00_classes, CLEP, AP, and College Credit Plus credit), a 2.00 minimum cumulative grade point average, and an acceptable conduct record.  At least one fall or spring semester must be completed on a regional campus. Regional campus students must submit the change of campus form, submit appropriate health forms, and meet with an appropriate Oxford divisional advisor prior to being allowed to register for Oxford courses. Change of campus requirements will be verified as of the start of the approved term by Regional Enrollment Operations and the Regional Advising Office. Students wishing to take courses in Oxford with exceptions to these requirements must submit their rationale within the change of campus form.

Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Integrative Studies

Bachelor of Arts in Applied Communication

Bachelor of Science in Applied Communication

Bachelor of Science in Applied Science

  • Engineering Technology with concentrations available in
    • Electrical & Computer Engineering Technology
    • Electro-Mechanical
    • Mechanical Engineering Technology
    • Robotics Engineering Technology

Bachelor of Science in Commerce

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Bachelor of Science in Nursing


Associate in Applied Science

Associate in Arts

Associate of Applied Business

Associate of Technical Study


Fees and Expenses: Regional Locations

Note: All fees and charges are subject to change. For current information on tuition and fees, visit

Refund of Charges

Questions about refunds should be directed to the One Stop for Student Success in Hamilton - 102 Mosler and Middletown - 114 Johnston Hall.  Contact, 513-217-4111. The date when you withdraw or drop your last course is the date that you formally withdraw.