Miami University Hamilton
Miami University Hamilton is a state-assisted regional campus of Miami University located in Hamilton, Ohio. It was founded in 1968 during the time of President Phillip Shriver. On Friday, June 21, Miami University’s Board of Trustees approved the creation of an academic division on the regional campuses, the College of Professional Studies and Applied Sciences.
Miami University Hamilton is a commuter campus offering bachelor's degrees, associate degrees, one certificate program, and beginning course work for most four-year degrees, and MBA and MEd programs.
Miami University Hamilton has a current enrollment (2013) of more than 4,000 students. Class sizes average 20 students and the average age of Miami Hamilton's student body is 23.
Coordinates: 39°30′43″N 84°44′05″W / 39.511905, -84.734674
Miami University System
- Miami University, Oxford, Ohio (main campus)
- Miami University Hamilton, Hamilton, Ohio
- Miami University Middletown, Middletown, Ohio
- Greentree Health Science Academy Middletown, Ohio
- Miami University Dolibois European Center, Luxembourg
- Miami University Voice of America Learning Center- West Chester, Ohio
Miami University Hamilton is a member of the Ohio Regional Campus Conference.
The Harriers field competitive teams in men's baseball, women's fast-pitch softball, men's/women's basketball, golf, tennis and volleyball. 
The Harrier Baseball Program has been the campus's most successful athletic program, claiming the ORCC Regular Season and Tournament Championship in 11 of the last 12 seasons.