Juneteenth Holiday
To honor, reflect, and commemorate this important date, Miami University will be closed on Friday, June 18 in observance of Juneteenth. The Admitted Student Visit Day will continue as scheduled.
Salary Update for 2021-2022
Announcement: President Crawford expects the Board of Trustees to approve a 2% salary improvement pool for 2021-22
President's Message on the Verdict in the Murder of George Floyd
While the verdict brings a measure of justice, nothing can erase the loss suffered by George Floyd's family and friends or the deep scars on our nation.
Phased Return to On-Campus Work
We are planning for a phased approach for staff to return to full-time on-campus work, with an increased in-person schedule beginning June 1 and the goal of a full return to campus by July 6.
Spring Semester Update
Watch the video from President Crawford.
Standing in Solidarity
There has been a significant rise in bigotry and hate towards Asian Americans over the last year.
In-Person Commencement
Thanks to new, revised capacity limits for venues on campus, I am pleased to announce that Miami University intends to hold in-person Commencement ceremonies this May.
Return to Classes, Fall 2021
For Oxford undergraduates, we anticipate providing most instruction face-to-face and do not foresee a fully remote option.
DEI Task Force recommendations progress update
To demonstrate our progress as we advance DEI at Miami, we have created this website to track the progress of the recommendations and shared these updates with Faculty Assembly on March 2.
Spring Semester: Welcome Back
President Crawford welcomes everyone to the beginning of a new semester
Martin Luther King Jr. Day, 2021
President Crawford and Anthony James, Interim Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion, on events celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. King