Miami University Middletown
Miami University Middletown is a state-assisted regional campus of Miami University located in Middletown, Ohio it was founded in 1966 during the time of President Phillip Shriver. It is the oldest regional campus of Miami University.
Miami University Middletown 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. Approximately 2700 undergraduates and 300 graduate students are enrolled. The campus is well known for its old growth Oak-hickory forest setting. In fact it is perhaps the most heavily wooded campus in the U.S. Coordinates: 39°30′43″N 84°44′05″W / 39.511905, -84.734674
Miami University Middletown ThunderHawks field 8 collegiate sports: basketball, softball, volleyball, and tennis for women; baseball, basketball, golf and tennis for men. MU Middletown participates in the Ohio Regional Campus Conference (ORCC) with other regional campuses of bigger Ohio universities.
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