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The Miami Family Calendar 2010-2011

Miami University: Equal opportunity in education and employment.

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WelCoMe FroM The Division oF sTuDenT AFFAirs

The Division of Student Affairs is happy to be a partner with you and your student to create experiences that enable students to engage in Dr. Barbara Jones all the University has to offer. There is a rich tradition, in what we call the "Miami Experience," that encourages students to explore curricular and co-curricular opportunities on their path to success. Examples of student engagement are evident in the service-learning work of our students in neighborhood agencies and schools, the student-run credit union, and the student who helped develop a lunar calendar with the Miami tribe. Student Affairs is proud of the role that our dedicated staff plays in the lives of our students. When students are asked to describe the student body, the one word used most frequently is "involved". It is that involvement that has characterized generations of Miami students. It is the work of Student Affairs to provide activities, programs, and services that enhance student learning and growth. We work in collaboration with faculty to create what President Hodge refers to as "exceptional student success". This calendar is designed to recognize and share some programs with you, the families of our students, as we continue a partnership with students and families that has lasted over 200 years. We look forward to creating an even more successful future for Miami students. Best wishes for a wonderful year! Barbara Jones, Ph.D. Vice President for Student Affairs

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FroM The PArenTs oFFiCe

Warm greetings to parents and family members! We understand the vital role parents play in the college experience, and we want to connect with you to ensure that your daughter or son is successful at Miami. In addition to communicating your needs and concerns to University administration, we are here to answer questions about student development and the many appropriate ways to help your college student become a self sufficient and involved citizen in our community. As the Assistant to the Vice President for Parent Programs, I coordinate the work of the Parents Office (in the Division of Student Affairs) and serve as Editor of the Parents Newsletter. I also work with the Parents Council and help to administer the Parents Fund. Betsey Dietrich is the Program Associate in the Parents Office. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at [email protected] or 513.529.3436. current important information. Our monthly newsletter, eeweemakiki, will be sent to your email address and will serve as a reminder about Kris Stewart Betsey Dietrich what's happening on campus and in the city of Oxford. If you're the parent of a first year student, you will also receive the Parent Lantern, an electronic newsletter especially designed around the First Year Experience. We know that you communicate with your Miami students often and in a variety of ways. During your conversations by phone, text, or email, if you have a question that needs to be answered, please think of the Parents Office as your main source of information. It is likely that we will be able to help you instantly, but if we do not know the answer, we'll do the work to research the best answer and communicate it to you, usually within 24 hours. Whether your daughter or son is part of the residential campus community or living off campus, we hope that she or he will become engaged with the unlimited resources on the Miami University campus and within the Oxford community. As they grow and change, the Parents Office will be available to partner with you during the journey ahead. Please feel free to call on us. We're here to help!

Kris Stewart Assistant to the Vice President for Parent Programs Miami University 451 East Spring Street 115 Warfield Hall Oxford, OH 45056-2819 Betsey Dietrich Program Associate

Mission

Our mission is to develop the potential of each student through education, communication, and opportunities that draw upon the expertise and wisdom of parents, families, and guardians in collaboration with the expertise and wisdom of the university and its resources.

vision

Our vision is to be recognized nationally as a model resource for parents, families, and guardians of Miami students by creating an inclusive learning environment and communication network that supports student development and success.

We're here to help You

What this means for you, as part of the Miami family, is that you will have a central location that serves your needs and helps you find the best answers to your questions. Whatever your knowledge about the college experience, we will help you stay in touch with

513.529.3436 513.529.3445 (Fax) [email protected],

www.muohio.edu/parents

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The Parents Fund makes possible a wide range of out-of-classroom experiences for Miami students. These include learning assistance programs and collaborative learning experiences, providing late-night, weekend, and other events on campus, student travel to academic conferences, and many other initiatives, all designed to diversify the student culture of learning experiences. Annual gifts to the Parents Fund benefit current Miami students by providing resources for programs that cannot be funded by state assistance, tuition, or fees. The support of Miami parents will enable students to engage in opportunities that would otherwise be unavailable. A few examples of Parents Fund initiatives are: · 21st Birthday Card Program · Adopt A School and America Reads Tutoring Programs · Community "Walk About" Welcome Program for Off-Campus Students · International Student Programming During Miami Breaks · Da Jia Hao: A Manycultural Production Season of Plays · Make It Miami Recruitment Legacy Events · Office of Student Activities and Leadership--Weekend On-Campus Events · Out-of-Classroom Learning Opportunities · Parent Lantern Online for Parents of First Year Students · The President's Distinguished Service Awards

PArenTs CounCil 2010-2011

Alexander, Becky and Tony, Akron, OH Class of 2011 Angelo, Frank and Maria, Greenwich, CT Class of 2011 Ball, Linda and Jack, Winnetka, IL Classes of 2012 and 2014 Brown, Kris and Neil, Minnetonka Beach, MN Classes of 2012 and 2013 Cafaro, Debra and Livingston, Terry Winnetka, IL Class of 2011 Caruso, Michele and Tom, Oakton, VA Class of 2013 Dancie, Paula and Wayne, Chagrin Falls, OH Class of 2012 Finnegan, Anne and Bill, Rye, NY Class of 2013 Garcia, Marilyn and Ramón, Winnetka, IL Class of 2011 Gestal, Robin and Ken, New Canaan, CT Class of 2013 Gross, Rochelle and Harley Shaker Heights, OH Class of 2012 Holmberg, Thomas, Winnetka, IL Class of 2011 Hoy, Jenny and Mike, Reno, NV Class of 2011 Johnson, Donna and David, Lake Forest, IL Class of 2013 Joseph, Wendy and Greg, Cincinnati, OH Class of 2012 Kereiakes, Anne and Dean, Cincinnati, OH Class of 2012 Klotman, Mary and Paul, New York, NY Class of 2011 McMillan, Lori and Greg, Nokomis, FL Class of 2011 Morrison, Susan and Robert, Lake Forest, IL Class of 2012 Nural, Judy and Haluk, Cincinnati, OH Class of 2012 Oldach, Janice and Scott, Chicago, IL Class of 2011 O'Leary, Kaye, Orono, MN Class of 2013 O'Leary, Julie and Christopher, Edina, MN Class of 2013 Pulte, Mary Clare, Bloomfield Hills, MI Classes of 2011 and 2013 Rupp, Amy and Bob, Darien, CT Class of 2012 Sarkisian, Juanita and Alex, Wilmette, IL Class of 2011 Stromberg, Ann and Mike, Cincinnati, OH Classes of 2011 and 2013 Stukey, Rachel and Todd, Johnstown, OH Class of 2011 Thorén, Lisa and Peter, Darien, CT Class of 2011 Walker, Debbie and Dick, Potomac, MD Class of 2013 Wilson, Lynn and Don, Greenwich, CT Class of 2012 Wren, Diane and John, Greenwich, CT Class of 2011

How Can I Contribute?

Send a check payable to the Miami University Parents Fund to The Parents Fund, Murstein Alumni Center, 725 E. Chestnut St., Oxford, OH 45056-2480. If you would like to make a gift of securities, the preferred procedure is by electronic transfer to a Miami account. Please contact Emily Berry, Interim Director of Annual Giving, at 513.529.9625 for account information, or log onto www.forloveandhonor.org, and look under "Ways to Give." You may also make a secure gift online at www.forloveandhonor.org/givetoMU.

Why should I contribute?

Your generous support helps Miami uphold its academic excellence by strengthening the programs that enhance our students' educational environment. Our success is nationally recognized year after year, in large part, because of your continuing support. Thank you for making these initiatives possible. We couldn't do it without YOU!

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Office of the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean of Students

110 Warfield 513.529.1877 513.529.3445 (Fax)

Dr. Susan MosleyHoward [email protected] www.muohio.edu/saf/Dean%20of%20Students/

The Office of the Dean of Students serves as the primary advocate for the student body, supports intellectual and interpersonal development, and helps students successfully matriculate through the university system. The office maintains a strong advisory relationship with Associated Student Government (ASG). The Office of the Dean of Students is the primary office to contact for most studentrelated emergencies and crises. This office is connected with the Institutional Response Team, co-chaired by the Dean and the Miami University Police Chief. This office oversees the following areas: · Office of Diversity Affairs · Emergency Case Manager · Office of Ethics and Student Conflict Resolution · Office of Residence Life · Bernard B. Rinella, Jr. Learning Center · Office of Transition and Assessment

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Tuition Payment

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Undergraduate tuition and fees for the Fall 2010 semester are due on August 11, 2010. Miami does not mail paper bills; rather, students receive semester and monthly electronic invoices through their Miami email accounts. Students may authorize others to receive email notifications that a bill is ready for viewing and/or to view and pay the bill. The Office of the Bursar can answer your questions about electronic billing, payment methods, payment plans, and University financial policies.

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Pre-Semester Programs: Miami Bound and FYI

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Miami's pre-semester programs present opportunities for new students to engage in learning, leading, and connecting to Miami and other new students before fall semester classes begin. The First Year Institute (FYI) is a series of welcome events for all new students, and occurs during the four days between new student move-in and the start of fall classes (August 19-22, 2010). FYI includes the firstyear convocation ceremony, as well as events where new students connect with peers, campus resources, and the town of Oxford. Students may opt to participate in the MADE @ Miami or Miami Bound programs, topicoriented leadership and outdoor adventure experiences which occur prior to FYI. Through MADE @ Miami or Miami Bound, new students can build community, learn about campus services and resources, and get to know themselves and other new students. These programs are optional, may be limited in size, and may require an additional cost to participate.

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Preparing for the Semester

August is an exciting month. With students moving to campus, and the start of fall classes, there is much to anticipate. The information here will help you get ready.

Moving In

513.529.4000

www.muohio.edu/reslife

Move-in day for first-year students (August 19, 2010) is a major event at Miami. The day is busy, but students and staff from Residence Life and Housing, Dining, and Guest Services lead the community in welcoming new students and families. Upperclass move-in day is scheduled for August 21, 2010. Be sure to check the Residence Life website and watch for summer mailings with additional details.

First Year Institute

513.529.9771

www.muohio.edu/orientation

Miami's First Year Institute (FYI) is four days of programs and activities designed for all new students to meet one another, learn more about Miami, and get comfortable on campus before classes begin. The FYI schedule is distributed through first year residence halls and through the commuter center, and is also available online.

Getting Involved

513.529.9771

www.muohio.edu/orientation

Miami has hundreds of clubs, teams, oncampus jobs, and volunteer opportunities

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* Holy day begins at sundown the day before this date. ** Regional customs or moon sightings may cause a variation of this date Blue dates require abstinence from all secular activity and fall under the attendance policy adopted by the University Senate and the Board of Trustees. While other religious holidays listed may not necessarily require abstinence from all secular activity, one should be sensitive to certain other observations that may involve fasting, a dietary change, or special celebrations that may occur during the day or evening. Jewish and Islamic days begin at sundown of the day preceding date shown and end at sundown of (last) date shown. Orthodox and observant Conservative Jews stop all work related activities from sundown on Friday to sundown on Saturday to observe Shabbat (Sabbath). Other religious traditions include similar practices. For example, Seventh day Adventists observe the Sabbath from sunset Friday to sunset Saturday.

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that can help your student build important connections for student success. Research shows that students who are involved tend to be more satisfied with their college experience, and have higher grades and graduation rates, so encourage your student to pursue opportunities that look interesting.

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Commuter Students

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For Miami students who don't live on campus, the Commuter Center is an important resource. The Commuter Center, located in the Shriver Center, serves as a physical hub for commuters between classes, and also provides a community center for programming and involvement opportunities.

Parking

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www.muohio.edu/parking

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Residence halls open at 9 a.m.

Late registration for Fall Semester, students not registered in advance FYO (First Year Institute) Backyard Bash, 8 p.m.-12 a.m.

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Parking on campus requires a student permit, which should be purchased at the Parking Services Office in the Campus Avenue Building. Most first-year students are not permitted to have cars on campus; exemptions to this rule are listed in Part 6 of the Student Code of Conduct. Information about parking permits, as well as a campus parking map, is available on the Parking and Transportation website.

Last day to drop a class with a full refund Registration/Change of Schedule through BannerWeb, ends at 11:59 pm

Code of Conduct

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www.muohio.edu/judicialaffairs

Deadline for health insurance waiver

(Full-time Oxford students only)

Mega Fair, 1-5 pm, Millett Hall

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Dates and times are subject to change without notice.

Miami's Student Code of Conduct explains the rights and responsibilities of being a Miami University student. The complete Code is available online, and questions about the Code may be directed to the Office of Ethics and Student Conflict Resolution.

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Family Weekend: October 1-3

513.529.3436

www.muohio.edu/parents

Make plans now to attend Family Weekend at Miami, sponsored by the Campus Activities Council, and the Parents Office. The weekend features a football game, entertainment provided by Campus Activities Council, and other activities for you and your student to enjoy!

Marcum Conference Center & Miami Inn

513.529.6911

www.muohio.edu/marcum

If you're looking for somewhere to stay during your next visit, try Miami's on-campus conference center and hotel. Surrounded by beautiful gardens and grounds, the Marcum Conference Center & Miami Inn are nestled in a quiet, wooded setting within walking distance of all campus facilities and Oxford's uptown area.

Housing, Dining & Guest Services

513.529.5000

www.muohio.edu/housing

Housing, Dining & Guest Services works in conjunction with the Office of Residence Life to provide students assistance with meal plans, residence hall room selection, residence hall contracts, pre-semester arrival and ID card distribution. The housing website features helpful information such as the Residence Hall Contract; details about services such as cable TV, laundry, and room cleaning; meal plan details; and frequently asked questions.

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513.529.4000

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The Office of Residence Life oversees the residence hall community on campus. Professional staff members and undergraduate and graduate student staff help residents transition and connect, lead numerous Living Learning Communities, facilitate student leadership opportunities within the residential community, and assist with roommate problems when they arise. In the first-year residence halls, professional staff members also serve as students' academic advisors.

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Student's enrollment will be frozen and financial aid for semester will be based on number of credit hours that are enrolled at this time. Students should be enrolled for all classes they intend to take for the semester as of this date.

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Work study/Campus employment

513.529.8722

www.muohio.edu/studentemployment

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Does your student have a job on campus? Research shows that students who work on campus tend to be more satisfied with college, more academically successful, and more likely to graduate on time. From libraries to dining halls to academic and student life departments, Miami has thousands of opportunities for on-campus student employment. Some students receive Federal Work-Study as part of their financial aid package, but all students are eligible to work on campus. Visit the student employment website for details and a listing of available jobs.

Counseling Services

513.529.4634

www.muohio.edu/saf/scs

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Dates and times are subject to change without notice.

Transitioning to college ­ whether for the first time or when starting a new year ­ can be a stressful experience. At Miami's Student Counseling Service, psychologists, therapists, and counselors are available for individual and group sessions, and outreach programming.

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rinella Learning Center

513.529.8741

www.muohio.edu/saf/lrn

The Rinella Center offers individual and group tutoring, a learning disabilities program, and help with study skills. Students may attend workshops on topics from test-taking anxiety to time management, and learning specialists are available for targeted support. A workshop schedule and a wide variety of academic success tools are available on the Rinella Center website.

Accessibility

513.529.1541 (V/TTY)

www.muohio.edu/oeeo/odr

513.529.8741

www.muohio.edu/saf/lrn

Students who need accommodations for their academic program or for any Universitysponsored programs, should contact the following campus offices to discuss the registration process. · Oxford campus students with physical, medical, and/or psychiatric disabilities are encouraged to contact the Office of Disability Resources. · Oxford campus students with AD(H)D and/or specific learning disabilities may contact the Rinella Learning Center. A student may disclose his or her disability at any time while a student at Miami, but the accommodation process does not begin until the time of self-disclosure. Students must provide appropriate supporting documentation of their disability. Details of the documentation can be discussed with the offices listed above.

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Howe Writing Center

513.529.6100

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The Howe Writing Center, located in King Library, supports students in their writing both in- and outside the classroom. Students can use the Howe Center website to make individual appointments with writing consultants for assistance with writing assignments for any class.

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Libraries

513.529.4141

www.lib.muohio.edu

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Miami has four libraries on the Oxford campus, and each one provides students a place to study, and access research assistance and scholarly texts. King Library, the largest library on the Oxford campus, includes its own café. Hours for campus libraries and for King Café can be found on the MU Libraries website.

Advising

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Miami Advising Resource Center, 513.529.5900 First-Year Advising, 513.529.4000 College of Arts and Science Advising Office, 513.529.3031 Farmer School of Business Advising Office, 513.529.1712 School of Education, Health, and Society Advising Office, 513.529.6317 School of Engineering and Applied Science Advising Office, 513.529.0700 School of Fine Arts Advising Office, 513.529.2209

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Dates and times are subject to change without notice.

Miami students have an array of resources for academic advising. From First Year Advisors in the residence halls, to faculty and professional advisors in academic divisions, to specialized advisors for programs such as Honors, Athletics, and the Scholastic Enhancement Program, academic support and guidance is always available. Registration for spring semester courses begins in November. Use the advising website above to access advising resources, frequently asked questions, and contact information for advisors across campus.

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Career Services

513.529.3831

www.muohio.edu/careers

Miami's Office of Career Services assists all students in exploring, developing, and pursuing career goals and opportunities. Students can meet with career advisors, take a career exploration or career planning course, attend workshops and resume critique sessions, participate in on-campus recruitment and job fairs, and search for jobs and internships.

GLBTQ Services

513.529.0831

www.muohio.edu/glbt

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As part of the Office of Diversity Affairs, the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (GLBTQ) Student Services works to make the Miami University community an open, safe, and inclusive environment for people of all sexualities and gender identities. The office provides programming, support, community education, and resources to raise awareness regarding GLBTQ issues.

Flu Shots at the Student Health Center

513.529.3000

www.muohio.edu/health

Want to help your student avoid the flu this winter? With the start of flu season, and students working hard toward Thanksgiving break and the end of fall semester, it's easy to get sick. Miami's Student Health Center

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administers flu shots to interested students. For details on getting a flu shot, and other information on how to prevent the flu or treating flu symptoms, visit the Student Health Services website.

Thanksgiving Break Transportation

513.529.3436

www.muohio.edu/parents/transportation.cfm

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Oxford provides many options to students who need transportation to the airport or need a ride home. The Miami Parking & Transportation Office provides bus service to area airports (Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, and Indianapolis) for Thanksgiving, Winter, and Spring Breaks. Students may purchase tickets at the Shriver Center Box Office. Charter services operate shuttles to regional locations such as Cleveland and Chicago, and students can also access the university ride board through the myMiami portal. A complete list of transportation resources is on the Parents Office transportation website, and additional details can be found in the back of this calendar.

Tuition Payment

513.529.8700

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Dates and times are subject to change without notice.

Undergraduate tuition and fees for the Spring 2011 semester is due on December 17; bills will be sent on November 12. Miami does not mail paper bills; rather, students receive semester and monthly electronic invoices through their Miami email accounts. Students may authorize others to receive email notifications that a bill is ready for viewing and/or to view and pay the bill. The Office of the Bursar can answer your questions about electronic billing, payment methods, payment plans, and University financial policies.

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Final exams

513.529.8703

www.muohio.edu/registrar

The final exam period marks the end of the semester. Final exams do not necessarily take place during scheduled class times; the final exam schedule is set by the registrar's office and is available on the registrar's website approximately three weeks prior to the start of the semester. Guidelines on the registrar's website offer direction for instances where students have four scheduled exams in a 24-hour period, or two or more final exams scheduled at the same time.

Grades and FerPA

513.529.8703

www.muohio.edu/registrar

Students' final grades are posted over Winter Break on BannerWeb, which students can access through the myMiami portal at www. mymiami.muohio.edu. Grades are never mailed to students' homes, and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) restricts University communication about student records to anyone other than the student. Students may grant family members access to their academic and other records through the myMiami for Families portal. In order to grant access, students login to myMiami and follow instructions in the Sharing Access to Your Personal Records module on the Student tab. If you have questions about FERPA, please contact the registrar's office.

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Fraternity and Sorority Life

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www.muohio.edu/gogreek

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Miami is home to over 50 fraternity and sorority chapters, each of which is committed to principles of Scholarship & Learning, Service & Philanthropy, Leadership, Community, and Brotherhood & Sisterhood. About one third of Miami students are involved in fraternity and sorority life. New students may participate in fraternity and sorority recruitment in January; sorority recruitment begins prior to spring semester classes, and fraternity recruitment begins in mid-January. Interested students should register online to participate in recruitment; the sorority registration deadline is December 10.

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Winter Break

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Winter Break is a welcome period of rest and rejuvenation. Fall semester exams conclude on December 17, and spring semester classes begin on January 10. Residence halls close during the break; on-campus residents must check out of their hall within 24 hours after their last final exam. Shuttle bus transportation and the University ride board operate similar to Thanksgiving break; visit the Parents Office transportation website for complete details.

DeCeMber 2010

Dates and times are subject to change without notice.

JAnuArY

Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration

513.529.6504

www.muohio.edu/saf/diversityaffairs

The new semester begins with a weeklong celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr., featuring community service opportunities and a march from Oxford's uptown parks to the Freedom Summer Memorial on Western Campus. The Celebration is coordinated by Miami's Office of Diversity Affairs (ODA). ODA supports diverse student populations through programs, mentorship and leadership opportunities, and community events.

Center for American and World Cultures

513.529.8309

www.cawc.muohio.edu/

With the start of the new semester, students often explore new opportunities for involvement and engagement on campus. The Center for American and World Cultures website is a great place to look! The Center coordinates programs and activities that celebrate and promote learning around racial, ethnic, religious, social, and lifestyle differences.

Getting Involved: MegaFair

513.529.2266

www.muohio.edu/studentactivities

For a complete introduction to involvement opportunities on campus, students should plan to attend Winter MegaFair sponsored by the

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Campus Activities Council on January 25, 2011 in the Shriver Center. All 350 Miami University clubs, organizations, community service groups, fraternities, and sororities are invited to set up a table and share information about their group with students. These groups span a number of interest areas, and include service, cultural, religious, academic, political, sports, and social groups.

Intramurals and Club Sports

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Students who want to stay active and make connections to other students should connect with campus recreation through intramural or club sports. Intramural sports include leagues, tournaments, and games open to all Miami students. Club Sports often compete at the intercollegiate level, and may include a tryout and selection process. Miami offers intramural competition in over a dozen different sports, and coordinates over 40 club sports teams.

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Intercollegiate Athletics

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JAnuArY 2011

Dates and times are subject to change without notice.

FebruArY

Study Abroad

513.529.5985

www.muohio.edu/studyabroad

Living and learning abroad is a great way for students to enhance their studies at Miami, and February is the season for planning and applying for Study Abroad opportunities for next fall. Many students take advantage of Miami's own campus in Luxembourg as a study abroad location, and the Office of International Education can help students explore and apply to semester, full-year, and summer programs around the world.

Career Services/Internships

513.529.7666

www.muohio.edu/careers/students/internships

Is your student looking for a summer internship? Refer your student to the Office of Career Services for a variety of resources such as internship search workshops, career advising sessions, an internship fair, internship directories, resume critiques, and mock interviews. The Career Services website also features an internship search timetable, and frequently asked questions about internships. In mid-February, your student can attend the Spring Internship and Career Expo (Spring ICE), featuring over 100 employers representing business, industry and governmental and public service agencies.

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MArCh

Miami Tribe relations & Myaamia Project

513.529.2268

www.myaamiaproject.org

Miami University is named for the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma; the University and the Tribe have partnered for more than 35 years to provide support through scholarships and mutual visits. The Myaamia Project at Miami University began in 2001, with a mission to preserve, promote, and research Miami Nation history, culture, and language. Students have interacted with and learned about the Tribe through a wide range of activities including visits to Oklahoma, direct involvement in research initiatives, class visitations by Project staff, and access to Miami Tribe language and cultural resources. If your student is interested in learning more about the Miami Tribe, visit the Myaamia Project website.

Information Technology Services

513.529.7900

www.muohio.edu/itservices

Need tech support? IT services provides assistance such as walk-in software/hardware repair for personally owned computers; online chat and phone troubleshooting; consultation for network installations; and online tutorials.

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No classes are scheduled during Spring Break at Miami, and all residence halls are closed. Students must leave their residence halls by 7pm on Friday. University offices remain open 8am-5pm throughout the week. There is limited space on campus for students who require accommodations; to inquire about availability, students may contact the Office of Residence Life at 513.529.4000.

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Advising and registration for Fall 2011

513.529.8703

www.muohio.edu/advising

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APril

Second Year Programs

513.529.4038

www.muohio.edu/secondyear

Is your student is in his/her second year at Miami? The Office of Second Year Programs can support your student in pursuing academic and personal success. Second Year Programs coordinates events, workshops, and even an annual retreat to engage second year students in learning and development surrounding career exploration and commitment to a major; local and global citizenship; connecting academic experiences; and health and well being. Visit the office website for more details on programs and opportunities for involvement.

Women's Center

513.529.1510

www.muohio.edu/womenscenter

The Women's Center works to facilitate the empowerment of women students, faculty and staff through support, education and advocacy for the benefit of all members of the Miami community. The Center coordinates programs throughout the year, and offers leadership opportunities, connections to women's resources across campus, a weekly e-newsletter, and a library of texts on women's issues. The Women's Center is also a gathering space that welcomes everyone.

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Students from every year and every major can find volunteer opportunities that fit their interests at the Office of Community Engagement and Service. With a wide range of community partners and service programs, it's easy for students to schedule volunteering around classes and other obligations. Encourage your student to make a difference in his/her community by contacting the Office or even by searching volunteer opportunities on the Community Engagement and Service website.

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513.529.3014 513.529.3053 513.529.6333

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The arts are a central part of campus and cultural life at Miami, and involvement is open to students of all majors. The Department of Music coordinates a wide variety of student performing ensembles (auditions may be required); and the Department of Theatre includes students in all areas of theatre production. In addition, the Performing Arts Series brings national and internationally known artists to campus each year ­ students can even volunteer as ushers and see a show for free!

APril 2011

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MAY

Graduation Information

513.529.8703

www.muohio.edu/commencement

Miami University 2011 Spring Commencement celebrations for undergraduate, masters and doctoral students will take place May 7-8. The university-wide commencement ceremony will take place on Saturday, May 7 at 2pm in Yager Stadium, rain or shine. For more information, visit the commencement website.

Miami university Alumni Association

513.529.5957

www.MiamiAlum.org

Is your student graduating this May? If so, he or she is eligible to join the Miami University Alumni Association and stay connected to Miami. Membership in the Alumni Association includes a variety of benefits, such as career resources, area discounts, travel benefits, university publications, and even options for continuing education.

Summer Storage

513.529.3721

www.hdg.muohio.edu/Housing/residentialServices/ SummerStorage/

513.529.3436

www.muohio.edu/parents/moving_storage.cfm

For students who are not graduating, and may need to store belongings over the summer, Miami provides students with a simple and reliable summer storage option. Students sign up using their MyCard Account

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and arrange for pick-up and delivery of their belongings online. Additional off-campus storage locations are listed in the back of this calendar and also on the parents website.

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Miami University offices switch to a summer schedule beginning the Monday after commencement. During the summer, offices are generally open weekdays from 7:30am ­ 4:30pm (hours may vary by office). The summer schedule continues through mid-August, at which time offices resume 8am-5pm hours for the school year.

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Memorial Day

MAY 2011

Dates and times are subject to change without notice.

June

Transfer Credits

513.529.8703

www.units.muohio.edu/reg/transfercredits/Index.php

Some Miami students choose to take courses closer to home over summer break. Students should consult with their academic advisors before taking classes elsewhere instead of assuming that classes will transfer in and/ or fill particular requirements for the Miami Plan or their major. To find out more about the process and requirements for transferring credits to Miami, please visit the website above.

Summertime in Oxford

513.523.8687

www.enjoyoxford.org

For those students who will study or live in Oxford over the summer, there are events and activities to take advantage of. Students and community members commonly gather for The City of Oxford's Summer Music Festival Concert Series, which happens Thursday Evenings in Oxford's Uptown Parks (High and Main Streets) from 7:30PM-10:00PM, and features different music styles each week. In addition, Oxford's two farmer's markets are a popular Saturday morning activity, and other special events occur throughout the summer. Visit the website for more information on what to do in Oxford, including additional summer events.

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Alumni Weekend is Miami's summer tradition! Parents who are also Miami alumni are encouraged to schedule a visit to Oxford for June 17-20, 2010 to take part in Alumni Weekend festivities. The event includes fun for the whole family, from outstanding musical entertainment (Campus Owls, The Mistics, Glee Club) to a chance to get back in the classroom with Classes Without Quizzes. If it's a reunion year for you, consider attending your class reunion luncheon. For more information about Alumni Weekend, visit the website above where you can also register for the weekend. If your student is staying in Oxford for the summer, Alumni Weekend is also a great opportunity for student employment. For more information, call the Alumni Office at 866.682.5867.

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June 2011

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iMPorTAnT Phone nuMbers and WebsiTes

generAl CAMPus inForMATion: 513.529.1809

ABSENCES (ILLNESS, FAMILY ILLNESS) www.muohio.edu/studenthealth Dean of Students (family deaths) .......................... 513.529.1877 Health Services Center .......................................... 513.529.3051 ACADEMIC ADVISING First-Year Advising ................................................ 513.529.4000 First-year students (commuters) Commuter adviser, Shriver Center .................... 513.529.3431 Miami Advising Resource Center ........................... 513.529.5900 College of Arts and Science Advising Office ........... 513.529.3031 School of Business Administration Advising Office................................................. 513.529.1712 School of Education, Health, and Society Advising Office .................................... 513.529.6317 School of Engineering and Applied Science Advising Office................................................. 513.529.0700 School of Fine Arts Advising Office ........................ 513.529.2209 Undecided students College of Arts & Science Academic Advising office ................................................. 513.529.3031 ACADEMIC STANDING www.muohio.edu/registrar Office of the Registrar ....................................... 513.529.8703 or see Academic Adviser ADMISSION........................................................... 513.529.2531 www.muohio.edu/admission ADVANCED PLACEMENT www.muohio.edu/admission COMMENCEMENT www.muohio.edu/registrar Office of the Registrar ........................................... 513.529.8703 COMMUTING STUDENTS www.muohio.edu/commuters Commuter Adviser, Commuter Center ................... 513.529.3431 CONDUCT REGULATIONS Residence Life ....................................................... 513.529.4000 www.muohio.edu/reslife Ethics & Student Conflict Resolution ..................... 513.529.1417 www.muohio.edu/judicialaffairs COUNSELING www.muohio.edu/saf/scs Student Counseling Service ................................... 513.529.4634 Psychology Clinic................................................... 513.529.2423 COMMUNITY COUNSELING & CRISIS CENTER (24-hour hotline) .................................................. 513.523.4146 ....................................................513.894.7002 or 513.424.6498 COURSE REGISTRATION www.muohio.edu/registrar Office of the Registrar ........................................... 513.529.8703 DISABILITY RESOURCES www.muohio.edu/oeeo Office of Disability Resources................................. 513.529.1541 DIVERSITY AFFAIRS www.muohio.edu/oda Office of Diversity Affairs ....................................... 513.529.6504 FEES, PAYMENT & REFUND www.muohio.edu/bursar Office of the Bursar................................................ 513.529.8700 FINANCIAL AID, LOANS, SCHOLARSHIPS .............. 513.529.8734 www.muohio.edu/financialaid FRATERNITY & SORORITY LIFE www.muohio.edu/saf/gra Cliff Alexander Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life & Leadership .................................................. 513.529.1462 GRADES, Changes/Incompletes, Grade Point Average www.muohio.edu/registrar Office of the Registrar ........................................... 513.529.8703 HAMILTON CAMPUS, MIAMI UNIVERSITY ............ 513.785.3000 www.muohio.edu/hamilton HEALTH PROBLEMS, INSURANCE www.muohio.edu/studenthealth Health Services Center .......................................... 513.529.3051 HONORS PROGRAM, UNIVERSITY HONORS & SCHOLARS PROGRAM........................................... 513.529.3399 www.muohio.edu/honors HOUSING (Residence hall assignment, hall and roommate requests, room deposit and refund, lost room key) Student Housing & Meal Plan Services .................. 513.529.5000 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES................ 513.529.7900 www.muohio.edu/itservices/ INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS/PROGRAMS www.muohio.edu/internationalprograms International Education......................................... 513.529.5628 KING LIBRARY ...................................................... 513.529.4141 www.miami.muohio.edu/libraries/ LOST AND FOUND www.units.muohio.edu/psf/police Police Services....................................................... 513.529.8135 LUxEMBOURG PROGRAM www.units.muohio.edu/luxembourg MUDEC, Dolibois European Center ......................... 513.529.5050 MEALS, TRANSFER, AND REFUND Student Housing and Meal Plan Service ................ 513.529.5000 MARCUM CONFERENCE CENTER AND MIAMI INN.................................................... 513.529.6911 www.muohio.edu/marcum MIDDLETOWN CAMPUS, MIAMI UNIVERSITY ...... 513.727.3200 www.muohio.edu/middletown PARKING SERVICES ............................................... 513.529.8535 www.muohio.edu/parking PARENTS OFFICE ................................................... 513.529.3436 www.muohio.edu/parents RECREATIONAL SPORTS CENTER .......................... 513.529.6868 www.units.muohio.edu/rsp/recsports/ RESIDENCE HALLS www.muohio.edu/reslife Residence Life ....................................................... 513.529.4000 SAFETY/SECURITY www.units.muohio.edu/psf/police Miami Police Department ..................................... 513.529.2222 SExUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE AND PREVENTION .. 513.529.1870 www.units.muohio.edu/saf/sexualassault/ STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND LEADERSHIP............... 513.529.2266 www.muohio.edu/saf/sac STUDENT EMPLOYMENT ....................................... 513.529.8722 www.muohio.edu/studentemployment STUDENT GOVERNMENT ...................................... 513.529.6019 www.muasg.com STUDY ABROAD, INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS www.muohio.edu/internationalprograms/studyabroad.php Office of International Programs ........................... 513.529.5985 STUDY SKILLS www.muohio.edu/saf/lrn Bernard B. Rinella Jr. Learning Assistance Center .. 513.529.8741 TICKETS Athletic: www.muredhawks.com/tickets/mioh-tickets.html Millett Athletic Ticket Office ..................... 513.529.HAWK (4295) Concert: www.tickets.muohio.edu Miami University Box Office, Shriver Center........... 513.529.3200 Performing Arts Series: http://arts.muohio.edu/performing-arts-series Miami University Box Office .................................. 513.529.3200 Theatre: www.tickets.muohio.edu Miami University Box Office, Shriver Center........... 513.529.3200 TRANSFER CREDIT www.muohio.edu/registrar Office of the Registrar ........................................... 513.529.8703 TUTORING www.muohio.edu/saf/lrn Bernard B. Rinella Jr. Learning Assistance Center .. 513.529.8741 VETERANS AFFAIRS http://www.units.muohio.edu/sfa/veterans/index.htm Office of Veterans Affairs ....................................... 513.529.8772 WITHDRAWAL, GENERAL www.muohio.edu/registrar Office of the Registrar ........................................... 513.529.8703 WITHDRAWAL, MEDICAL www.muohio.edu/studenthealth Student Health Service.......................................... 513.529.3000 WOMEN'S PROGRAMMING www.units.muohio.edu/womenscenter Women's Center .................................................... 513.529.1510

Admission ........................................................513.529.2531

ALCOHOL & DRUGS, RESOURCES, AND PROGRAMMING www.muohio.edu/healtheducation Health Education................................................... 513.529.3438 ATHLETICS http://muredhawks.cstv.com Athletic Media Relations ....................................... 513.529.4327 BOOKSTORE .......................................................... 513.529.2600 www.mubookstore.muohio.edu/ BURSAR ................................................................ 513.529.8700 www.muohio.edu/bursar CAREER SERVICES................................................. 513.529.3831 www.muohio.edu/careers CENTER FOR AMERICAN AND WORLD CULTURES . 513.529.8309 www.cawc.muohio.edu

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OxFOrD AnD VICInITY

Marcum Conference Center & Miami Inn Miami University, Oxford, OH 45056 Local: 513.529.2104, Fax: 513.529.5700 / 513.529.4747 (Inn) Travel Time: Local. Reservation Policy: Six months; Open lottery for Commencement. Special Info: 92 Rooms; Breakfast included Web: www.hdg.muohio.edu/marcum Artistry Farm Bed and Breakfast 7701 Stillwell Beckett Rd., Oxford OH 45056 Local: 513.523.3740 Travel Time/Mileage: 5 miles SW of campus. Special Info: One guest room, no smoking, private entrance and bath, double bed and single bed in same room; Simple accommodations with line-dried linens and farm-fresh food; Free high-speed Internet; No TV; No breakfast on Saturdays Baymont Inn & Suites 5190 College Corner Pike (Rt. 27 N.). Oxford OH 45056 Local: 513.523.2722 Toll free: 877-BAYMONT 877.229.6668), Fax: 513.523.4103. Travel Time: Local. Reservation Policy: 11 months; Special events vary. Special Info: 61 rooms available (37 doubles, and 12 whirlpool suites); Continental breakfast included Web: www.baymontinn.com Best Western 6 E. Sycamore. Oxford, OH 45056 (Corner of Sycamore & Main/Rt. 732) Local: 513.523.0000 Toll free: 800.523.4678, Fax: 513.523.2093 Travel Time: Local. Reservation Policy: 11 months. Special Info: Complimentary continental breakfast; Pool; Hot tub; Sauna; Exercise equipment; High-speed wireless Internet; In-room coffee; Microwave and refrigerator in all rooms Web: www.bestwestern.com Bette's Inn B&B 7588 Stillwell Beckett Rd., Oxford, OH 45056 Local: 513.523.2721 Travel Time/Mileage: 4 miles SW of campus (near the Miami Airport). Rates: $125. Payment: Cash or check. Special Info: Large suite with private bath; Kitchen; Sitting area; Private entrance; Breakfast and snacks provided. Email: [email protected] Comfort Inn 5056 College Corner Pike (Rt. 27 N.), Oxford, OH 45056 Local: 513.524.0114 Toll free: 877.424.6423, Fax: 513.524.1147 Travel Time: Local. Special Info: Free deluxe continental breakfast; Indoor heated pool and hot tub; Exercise room; Free wireless Internet; Free weekday newspaper Web: www.comfortinn.com Doctors Inn Bed and Breakfast 100 W. Liberty St., West College Corner, IN 47003 (Corner of Rt. 27 and First St.) Local: 765.732.3772, Toll free: 8773.drs.inn Travel Time: 10 minutes. Rates: $80­$115. Payment: Cash, check, or credit card. Reservation Policy: Unlimited. Special Info: Full gourmet breakfast; Complementary snacks and beverages; Evening meals by arrangement; High-speed wireless Internet; Children welcome The Elms Hotel (a Holiday Inn hotel) 75 S. Main St., Oxford, OH Local: 513.524.2002, Fax: 513.524.2003 General Manager: Judy Michael. Special Info: 60 rooms, 34 suites, 4 whirlpool suites; ADA accessible and hearing impaired rooms; Free high-speed wireless Internet; Free parking; Lobby restaurant and Irish Pub; Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant; Fitness center; Guest laundry; Catering through DiPaolo's restaurant Web: www.theelmshi.com Hueston Woods Resort 5201 Lodge Rd., College Corner, OH 45003 Local: 513.664.3500, Toll free: 800.282.7275 Travel Time: 15 minutes/7 miles. Reservation Policy: 12 months; First day of month. Special Info: Restaurant; Lounge; Indoor/ Outdoor pool; Game room; Paintball; Gift shop Web: www.hwresort.com Maplevale Farm Bed & Breakfast 3891 Oxford Millville Rd. (Rt. 27 S.), Oxford, OH 45056 Local: 513.523.8909, Toll free: 877.506.2753 Reservation Policy: Guests who have stayed with us will be in our lottery for Family Weekend and Graduation weekend. Email: [email protected] Web: www.maplevale.com Pennington Place 6556 Morning Sun Rd., Oxford, OH 45056 (1.5 miles south of Hueston Woods) Local: 513.255.6102 Travel Time: 4 minutes/3 miles north of Oxford. Rates: $125/night, double-occupancy room; $400/night, entire house. Payment: Cash or check with a deposit to hold reservation. Special Info: 5 acres in the country; sleeps 8-10 with four bedrooms and two full bathrooms; Breakfast and snacks provided; Children welcome; No smoking please; Rent the entire house and plan a gathering with access to the deck and grill Email: [email protected] Plas Cadnant Bed & Breakfast 4777 Cincinnati Brookville Rd., Shandon, OH 45063 Local: 513.738.4180 (Rt. 27 N. to exit for Rt. 126/128, west on Rt. 126/128 to Venice/ Ross. Continue west on Rt. 126 to Shandon. Make a right at traffic light by antique mall to stay on Rt. 126. House is on Rt. 126 in Shandon on the left, across from Cong. Church.). Travel Time/ Mileage: 20 miles. Rates: $90/night, based on double occupancy. Reservation Policy: One night advance deposit required to secure reservation unless reserving with a credit card. Check-in: 4 p.m., Check-out: 11 a.m.. Cancellation Policy: Two-week prior notice. Special Info: No Smoking; No Pets; Children over 12 welcome Email: [email protected] Rymer Residential Bed and Breakfast Inn 6440 Fairfield Rd., Oxford, OH 45056 Local: 513.523.9273 Travel Time/Mileage: 2 miles west of Shriver Center. Rates: $90­$125. Payment: Cash or check. Special Info: Two queen suites with private baths; One apartment with queen room, single room, and private bath (outside entrance and carport); Deluxe continental breakfast included in all rates; Children 12 and older welcome Email: [email protected] Sugar Valley Farm Bed & Breakfast 7611 Sugar Valley Rd., Camden, OH 45311 Local: 937.452.3983 Payment: Cash or check only. Special Info: Cottage with two rooms; Private baths and fully furnished kitchen; Breakfast served during hours requested by guests; Evening meals by arrangement; No smoking please Web: www.bbonline.com/oh/sugarvalley Two Trees Log Cabin 7126 Buck Paxton Rd., College Corner, OH 45003 Local: 513.796.0608 Travel Time: 12 minutes, close to Hueston Woods golf course. Rates: $100­$150/night; Weekend rate for entire home available. Reservation Policy: One night advance deposit. Cancellation Policy: 48 hours. Special Info: Private setting adjacent to Hueston Woods; two guest rooms, one with Jacuzzi; Beautiful custom log home with open floor plan, 32" ceiling, and loft; Gourmet kitchen; DirecTV; Gourmet breakfast 7­9 a.m.; Dinner upon request; Complimentary snacks and beverages; No smoking; Children over 12 welcome Email: [email protected], [email protected] White Garden Inn 6194 Brown Rd., Oxford, OH 45056 Local: 513.524.5827, Toll free: 800.324.4925 Rates: $95­$169. Special Info: Bed & Breakfast; Five large rooms, all with private bath Web: www.whitegardeninn.com The Rossville Inn 117 S. B St., Hamilton, OH 45013 Weekdays 513.863.4015, Toll free: 888.924.7684 Evenings & Weekends 513.868.1984, Toll free: 888.892.0871 Cell: 513.290.4181, Fax: 513.785.2221 Travel Time: 20 minutes/12 miles. Special Info: Pre-Civil War home; Gourmet breakfast; Complimentary beverages and snacks Email: [email protected] Web: www.ohiobba.com/members/rossvilleinn.html

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Ameri-Suites 12001 Chase Plaza, Cincinnati, OH 45240 (Forest Park) Local: 513.825.9035 Toll free: 800.833.1516, Fax: 513.825.9185 Travel Time: 30 minutes. Reservation Policy: 12 months, subject to availability. Cancellation Policy: 4 p.m. day of arrival. Special Info: Breakfast included; Fitness center; High-speed Internet; Wireless access in lobby Web: www.amerisuites.com Comfort Inn & Suites 5944 West Chester Rd., West Chester, OH 45069 Local: 513.645.1700, Fax: 513.645.1690 Special Info: Free Comfort Sunshine Breakfast; Indoor pool; Sauna; Free high-speed Internet; Free local phone; Microwave and refrigerator in each guest room and suite; 24-hour business services available Email: [email protected] Web: www.choicehotels.com Courtyard by Marriott Cincinnati North at Union Centre 6250 Muhlhauser Rd., West Chester, OH 45069 (I-75, exit #19, North Union Centre) Local: 513.341.4140, Fax: 513.874.2415 Travel Time: 37 minutes/25 miles. Special Info: 100% smoke free; Restaurant for breakfast; Indoor pool; Fitness center; Complimentary high-speed Internet; Business center Web: www.Marriott.com/cvgwc Days Inn, Sharonville 11775 Lebanon Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45241 (Rt. 42 at I-275) Local: 513.554.1400, Toll free: 800.DAYS.INN Travel Time: 35 minutes (maps to Oxford provided). Reservation Policy: Unlimited. Special Info: AAA discounts; Continental breakfast (with hot waffles) included; Seasonal pool; Guest laundry; Game room Double Tree Guest Suites 6300 E. Kemper Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45241 (I-275 & Reed Hartman Hwy., exit #47, 4 mi. east of I-75 and 1 mile west of I-71) Local: 513.489.3636 Toll free: 800.222.TREE, Fax: 513.489.8231 Travel Time: 40 minutes/45 miles. Reservation Policy: Based upon availability. Special Info: Room service; Seasonal pool; Fitness center; High-speed wireless Internet Web: www.doubletree.hilton.com Drury Inn & Suites Dayton-North 2265 E. Sharon Rd., Sharonville, OH 45241 (I-75 & Sharonville Rd., exit #15) Local: 513.771.5601, Fax: Same as Local. Travel Time/Mileage: 32 miles. Reservation Policy: Ask for Miami University rate. Special Info: Free hot Quickstart Breakfast; Free evening

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Comfort Suites 1234 Omniplex Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45240 Local: 513.551.5028, Fax: 513.551.5030 Special Info: All brand new non-smoking suites; Free hot breakfast; Indoor pool; Hot tub; Exercise room; Free high-speed Internet & local calls; Microwave & mini refrigerator in each suite Web: www.choicehotels.com/hotel/oh483 Courtyard by Marriott Hamilton 1 Riverfront Plaza, Hamilton, OH 45011 Local: 513.896.6200, Fax: 513.896.9463 Travel Time: 20 minutes. Reservation Policy: Unlimited Web: www.courtyardhamiltonohio.com Extended Stay America 9651 Seward Rd., Fairfield, OH 45014 Local: 513.860.5733, Fax: 513.870.1874 Travel Time: 15 minutes. Special Info: Outdoor swimming pool; 24-hour on-site laundry facility; One-time fee of $4.99 for highspeed wireless Internet; Grilling area (seasonal); Pet fee $25 per day up to five days (maximum $150) Web: www.extendedstayhotels.com Gregory Creek Inn Owners: Janet and Robert Niederman 4972 LeSourdsville-West Chester Rd., Liberty Township, OH 45011 (5 miles west of Monroe off I-75) Local: 513.887.0725 Travel Time: 30 minutes. Special Info: Bed & Breakfast (full breakfast included) in two-unit log home; Each unit has one bedroom with two Queen beds, private bath, living room, and kitchenette; Hide-a-beds and pull-out sofas also available Web: www.gregorycreekinn.com Hampton Inn Cincinnati Northwest/Fairfield 430 Kolb Dr., Fairfield, OH 45014 Local: 513.942.3440 Travel Time/Mileage: 26 miles. Rates: Special Miami University rate; Use corporate ID 056.002.9148) for online reservations. Special Info: Complimentary hot breakfast daily; Indoor pool and hot tub; Fitness room; Within walking distance to restaurants/shopping Web: www.hampton.com

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beverages; Indoor/Outdoor pool and hot tub; Exercise room; Free wireless Internet; Microwave and refrigerator in all rooms; Free long distance; Business center Web: www.druryhotels.com Econo Lodge 11620 Chester Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45246 Local: 513.771.0370, Toll free: 800.424.6423 Travel Time: 45-50 minutes. Reservation Policy: Unlimited. Special Info: Breakfast included; Free wireless Internet; Microwave and refrigerator in all rooms Web: www.choicehotels.com Embassy Suites 4554 Lake Forest Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45242 (Blue Ash) Local: 513.733.8900 Toll free: 800.EMBASSY, Fax: 513.733.3720. Travel Time: 40 minutes. Reservation Policy: Unlimited. Special Info: Complimentary breakfast; Room service; Indoor pool; Pool table; Game room Web: www.embassysuites.com Extended Stay America 320 Glensprings Dr., Springdale, OH 45246 Local: 513.671.4900 Toll free: 800.398.7829, Fax: 513.671.1985 Special Info: Fully equipped kitchen with refrigerator, stove top, microwave, toaster, cookware, and utensils for two; High-speed wireless Internet $4.99; Free local calls; Free voice mail; On-site laundry facility; Pets welcome Web: www.extendedstayhotels.com Holiday Inn 3855 Hauck Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45241 Local: 513.563.8330 Toll free: 800.HOLIDAY, Fax: 513.563.9679 Travel Time: 40 minutes. Reservation Policy: Based upon availability. Special Info: Indoor/Outdoor pool; 24-hour fitness center; Game room Web: www.holidayinn.com Homewood Suites by Hilton 2670 E. Kemper Rd., Sharonville, OH 45241 Local: 513.772.8888, Fax: 513.772.8737. Special Info: Complimentary breakfast; Pool; Fitness room; Pets to 50 lb. allowed, $100 deposit, $15/night fee Web: www.cincinnati.homewoodsuites.com Howard Johnson 400 Glensprings Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45246 (I-275 & Rt. 4, exit #41) Local: 513.825.3129 Toll free: 800.446.4656, Fax: 513.825.0467 Travel Time: 40 minutes/32 miles. Reservation Policy: 12 months. Special Info: Continental breakfast included Email: [email protected] Web: www.hojo.com La Quinta Inn 12150 Springfield Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45246 (I-275, exit #41, north on Rt. 4/Springfield Pike) Local: 513.671.2300, Fax: 513.671.7324. Special Info: Complimentary continental breakfast; Indoor pool; Fitness center; Free high-speed Internet; Pets welcome Web: www.lq.com La Quinta Suites 11029 Dowlin Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45241 Local: 513.771.0300, Toll free: 800.338.0008, Fax: 513.771.6411. Reservation Policy: Based on availability; Group Contact: Lindsay Fish. Special Info: Breakfast included Marriott Cincinnati 6189 Muhlhauser Rd., West Chester, OH 45069 (I-75, exit #19, North Union Centre) Local: 513.874.7335, Fax: 513.874.7336 Travel Time/Mileage: 30 miles. Special Info: 100% smoke free; Indoor pool; 24-hour fitness center; On-site restaurant Web: www.cincinnatiMarriottnorth.com Marriott Courtyard 4625 Lake Forest Dr., Blue Ash, OH 45242 Local: 513.733.4334, Toll free: 800.321.2211 Travel: 45 miles. Special Info: 100% smoke free; Indoor pool; Fitness center; Free high-speed Internet; On-site restaurant Web: www.Marriott.com Marriott North Residence Inn 11689 Chester Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45246 (Sharonville) Local: 513.771.2525, Toll free: 800.331.3131 Travel Time/Mileage: 35 miles. Special Info: 100% smoke free; Complimentary hot breakfast; Outdoor pool; Fitness center; Free high-speed Internet Web: www.Marriott.com Marriott Residence Inn 11401 Reed Hartman Hwy., Blue Ash, OH 45241 Local: 513.530.5060 Toll free: 800.331.3131, Fax: 513.530.0133 Travel Time/Mileage: 45 miles. Special Info: 100% smoke free; Complimentary hot breakfast; Full kitchens; Fitness center; Free high-speed Internet Web: www.Marriott.com Quality Hotel, Norwood 4747 Montgomery Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45212 Local: 513.351.6000 Toll free: 800.228.5151, Fax: 513.351.0215 Travel Time/Mileage: 45­50 minutes. Reservation Policy: Unlimited. Special Info: Free full breakfast; Outdoor pool; On-site restaurant; Game room Web: www.qualityhotelandsuites.com Ramada Plaza 11911 Sheraton Ln., Cincinnati, OH 45246 Local: 513.671.6600 Toll free: 800.528.1234, Fax: 513.671.0507 Travel Time/Mileage: 35 miles. Reservation Policy: Unlimited Web: www.ramada.com Residence Inn by Marriott Cincinnati North/West Chester 6240 Muhlhauser Rd., West Chester, OH 45069 Local: 513.341.4040, Fax: 513.860.0053 Special Info: 100% smoke free; Spacious suites with full kitchens; Complimentary breakfast buffet; Wireless Internet Web: www.Marriott.com Staybridge Suites 8955 Lakota Dr. W., West Chester, OH 45069 Local: 513.874.1900 Toll free: 800.238.8000, Fax: 513.874.7192 Travel Time: 30 minutes. Reservation Policy: Open. Special Info: All-suite hotel, 117 Suites; Complimentary breakfast buffet; Full kitchen; 24-hour indoor pool/whirlpool; 24-hour fitness center; Free high-speed Internet; DVD player; Convenience store Web: www.staybridge.com/cincinnatioh Reservation Policy: Unlimited. Special Info: Complimentary breakfast; Fitness center; Free high-speed wireless Internet; Pets welcome; Complimentary shuttle to Dayton airport Web: http://book.bestwestern.com/bestwestern.selecthotel.do Crowne Plaza Hotel 33 E. Fifth St., Dayton, OH 45402 Local: 937.224.0800 Toll free: 877.2CROWNE, Fax: 937.224.3913 Travel Time: One hour. Reservation Policy: 12 months. Special Info: 24-hour room service; Outdoor pool; High-speed Internet Dayton Marriot Hotel 1414 S. Patterson Blvd., Dayton, OH 45409 Local: 937.223.1000 Toll free: 800.228.9290, Fax: 937.223.7853 Travel Time: One hour. Special Info: 100% smoke free; Indoor/ Outdoor pool; Fitness room; On-site restaurant DoubleTree Downtown Dayton 11 S. Ludlow, Dayton, OH 45402 Local: 937.461.4700 Toll free: 800.222.TREE, Fax: 937.461.6981 Travel Time: One hour. Reservation Policy: Unlimited. Special Info: Room service; Pool; Fitness center Web: www.doubletree.com Drury Inn & Suites Dayton-North 6616 Miller Ln., Dayton, OH 45414 (I-75 & Beechwood Ln., exit #59) Local: 937.454.5200, Fax: Same as Local Travel Time/Mileage: 54 miles. Reservation Policy: Ask for Miami University rate. Special Info: Free hot Quickstart Breakfast; Free evening beverages; Indoor/Outdoor pool and hot tub; Exercise room; Free wireless Internet; Free long distance; Microwave and refrigerator in all rooms; Business center Web: www.druryhotels.com English Manor Bed & Breakfast 505 E. Linden Ave., Miamisburg, OH 45342 Local: 937.866.2288, Toll free: 800.676.9456 Travel Time: 40 minutes. Reservation Policy: 12 months. Special Info: Historic Tudor home; Full breakfast included Web: www.englishmanorohio.com Hampton Inn Dayton-South 8099 Old Yankee St., Dayton, OH 45458 (Located on "Restaurant Row" minutes from the Dayton Mall) Local: 937.436.3700, Fax: 937.436.2995 Travel Time: 45 minutes. Reservation Policy: Unlimited. Special Info: Complimentary hot breakfast; Pool; Fitness room Web: www.hamptoninn.com Hampton Inn and Suites 180 Rockridge Rd., Englewood, OH 45322 Local: 937.832.3333, Fax: 937.832.3939 Rates: $93 plus tax Email: [email protected] Web: www.hampton.com Hawthorn Suites 730 E. xenia Dr., Fairborn, OH 45324 Local: 937.754.9109, Fax: 937.754.9110 Special Info: Free hot breakfast; Fitness center; Free high-speed Internet; Pets welcome Web: www.hawthorn.com/reservations/locationdetail. asp?facid=2566 Holiday Inn Dayton Airport 10 Rockridge Rd., Dayton, OH 45322 (I-70, exit #29, 10 minutes from Dayton International Airport) Local: 937.832.1234 Toll free: 877.588.7378, Fax: 937.832.3548 Travel Time: 45­50 minutes. Reservation Policy: Unlimited. Special Info: Full-service property with restaurant and lounge; Room service; Large indoor pool; Fitness center; High-speed wireless Internet; Complimentary airport shuttle Email: [email protected] Web: www.holidayinn.com/daytonap Holiday Inn Dayton North 2301 Wagoner Ford Rd., Dayton, OH 45414 Local: 937.278.4871 Toll free: 800.465.4329, Fax: 937.278.0146 Travel Time: 45 minutes/35 miles. Special Info: Full-service Holidome; Complimentary continental breakfast; Indoor pool; Jacuzzi; Game room Web: www.holidayinn.com/day-north Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites 95 N. Parkview Dr., Brookville, OH 45309 Local: 937.833.9998, Fax: 937.833.9088 Rates: Special Miami University rate. Special Info: Complimentary breakfast; Fitness center; Free high-speed wireless Internet; Free parking; On-site guest laundry Email: [email protected] Web: www.hiexpress.com/brookvilleoh Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites 2455 Dryden Rd., Dayton, OH 45439 Local: 937.294.1471 Toll free: 800.465.4329, Fax: 937.294.4282 Travel Time: 45 minutes. Special Info: Room service; Indoor pool/whirlpool; Fitness room; Free wireless Internet; On-site restaurant; Game room Holiday Inn Miamisburg 31 Prestige Plaza Dr., Maimisburg, OH 45342 Local: 937.434.8030, Toll free: 800.465.4329, Fax: 937.434.6452 Travel Time: 55 minutes. Special Info: Room service; Indoor/Outdoor pool; Free high-speed Internet; On-site restaurant; Game room Web: www.hidayton.com Howard Johnson's Express Inn 7575 Poe Ave., Dayton, OH 45414 Local: 937.454.0550 Toll free: 800.654.2000, Fax: 937.454.5566 Travel Time: 45 minutes. Reservation Policy: Up to two years in advance. Special Info: Continental breakfast included Golden Inn 8868 Rt. 40 W, New Paris, OH 45347 (I-70, exit #156B, one mile E.) Local: 937.437.0722 Travel Time: 35 minutes. Special Info: Leeanne Golden, Owner Web: www.thegoldeninn.com

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Best Western Regency Inn 6475 Culbertson Rd., Franklin, OH 45005, (I-75, exit #32) Local: 513.424.3551, Toll free: 800.937.8376, Fax: 513.424.7091. Travel Time: 30­40 minutes. Special Info: Complimentary continental breakfast; Two-room suites available; Outdoor pool; Exercise room; High-speed wireless Internet; Free local calls; Coffee maker in rooms; VCR; Guest laundry; Restaurant nearby Web: www.bestwestern.com Cascade Lakes Bed & Breakfast 489 Emerson Rd., Middletown, OH 45042 (From campus: From I-75: Exit #32, 122 W., Right Hill, Right Emerson) Local: 513.425.0015 Travel Time: 21 minutes. Special Info: Four luxuriously decorated

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Best Western Dayton Northwest 20 Rockridge Rd., Englewood, OH 45322 Local: 937.832.2222, Fax: 937.832.3859 Travel Time: 45 minutes; 10 minutes from Dayton Int'l Airport.

suites in this historical colonial home hidden in 47 rolling wooded acres; Full breakfast; Refreshments upon arrival; High-speed wireless Internet; Lake; Fishing; Hiking; Paddleboating Web: www.bedandbreakfast.com/ohio-west-middletowncascadelakesbedandbreakfast.html Days Inn Middletown 3458 Commerce Dr., Franklin, OH 45005 Local: 513.420.9378 Travel Time: 30 minutes. Special Info: Breakfast included; Pool; Free high-speed wireless Internet; Microwave and refrigerator in all rooms Web: www.daysinn.com Drury Inn and Suites 3320 Village Dr., Franklin, OH 45005 (I-75 & Hwy. 122) Local: 513.425.6650, Fax: Same as Local Reservation Policy: Ask for the Miami University rate. Special Info: Free hot Quickstart Breakfast; Free evening beverages; Indoor/ Outdoor pool and hot tub; Exercise room; Free wireless Internet; Free long distance; Microwave and refrigerator in all rooms; Business center Web: www.druryhotels.com Fairfield Inn by Marriott 6750 Roosevelt Pkwy., Middletown, OH 45044 Local: 513.424.5444, Fax: Same as Local Special Info: 100% smoke free; Free breakfast; Indoor pool/ whirlpool; Free high-speed wireless Internet; No pets Web: www.Marriott.com Holiday Inn Express 851 Commerce Center Dr., Franklin, OH 45005 Local: 937.746.1094 Travel Time: 35 minutes/25 miles. Reservation Policy: Credit card required to guarantee room upon making reservation; Group Contact: Denise Price, 937.746.1094 ext. 502. Check-in: 3 p.m., Check-out: noon. Cancellation Policy: Individual--24 hrs prior to arrival, Group--14 days. Rates: $79/night; Pricing available by contacting hotel directly; Applicable to Standard Single King Room or Standard Two Queen Bed Room only; Suites available, prices vary. Special Info: Brand new construction, 83-room hotel; Complimentary hot breakfast buffet; Indoor pool; Exercise room; Complimentary wired and wireless Internet throughout entire hotel; Microwave and refrigerator in every room; Business office; On-site guest laundry Web: www.hiexpress.com/franklinoh Holiday Inn Express 6575 Terhune Dr., Middletown, OH 45044 Local: 513.727.8440 Special Info: Complimentary breakfast; Indoor pool/whirlpool; High-speed wireless Internet Knight's Inn 3663 Maxton Rd., Dayton, OH 45414 Local: 937.898.1212, Toll free: 800.843.5644, Fax: 937.898.7354 Travel Time: 1 hour, 10 minutes. Special Info: Free continental breakfast; Pets welcome Ramada Inn Middletown 6147 W. St. Rt. 122 (I-75, exit #32), Franklin, OH 45005 Local: 513.424.1201 Travel Time: 50 minutes. Special Info: Free deluxe continental breakfast; Free high-speed wireless Internet; On-site restaurant; Business center; Pets welcome Red Roof Inn Dayton North 7370 Miller Ln., Dayton, OH 45414 Local: 937.898.1054, Toll free: 800.733.7663, Fax: 937.898.1059 Reservation Policy: Unlimited; Pet friendly. Special Info: Wireless Internet; Free local calls. Web: www.redroofinn.com

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Days Inn Kings Island 9735 Mason-Montgomery Rd., Mason, OH 45040 (I-71 N. & S., exit #19) Local: 513.398.3297 Travel Time: One hour/39.8 miles. Special Info: Free Daybreak Breakfast; Free wireless Internet; Pool; Business center Kings Island Resort 5691 Kings Island Dr., Mason, OH 45040 Local: 513.398.0115, Toll free: 800.704.2439, Fax: 513.398.1095. Travel Time: 40 minutes La Quinta Inn 9918 Escort Dr., Mason, OH 45040 (I-71 N. & S., exit #19) Local: 513.459.1111, Fax: 513.459.1168 Special Info: Free continental breakfast; Indoor pool and spa; Pets welcome. Web: www.lq.com Marriott Springhill Suites 9365 Waterstone Blvd., Cincinnati, OH 45249 Local: 513.683.7797, Toll free: 888.287.9400 Travel Time/Mileage: 45 miles. Special Info: 100% smoke free; Spacious suites with pull-out couch; Complimentary hot breakfast; Indoor pool and fitness center; Free local calls; Two-line phones with dataport and voice mail Web: www.Marriott.com Marriott Towneplace Suites 9369 Waterstone Blvd., Cincinnati OH 45249 Local: 513.774.0610, Toll free: 800.229.9290 Travel Time/Mileage: 45 miles. Special Info: 100% smoke free; Complimentary breakfast; Full kitchens; Outdoor pool; Fitness center; Free high-speed Internet Web: www.Marriott.com Red Roof Inn Kings Island 9847 Bardes Road, Mason, OH 45040 (I-71 N. & S., exit #19) Local: 513.398.3633 Travel Time: One hour/39.8 miles. Special Info: Complimentary continental breakfast; Outdoor pool; Microwave and refrigerator in all rooms; Kids 12 and under stay free Web: www.redroofkingsisland.com Super 8 Motel 5589 Kings Mill, Mason, OH 45040 (Miamisburg) Local: 513.398.8075, Toll free: 800.227.7100 Travel Time: 45 minutes. Special Info: Complimentary continental breakfast; Outdoor pool; Fitness room; Free high-speed Internet; Game room. Web: www.super8mason.com

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Apple House Guest Apartments 115 N.W. Seventh St., Richmond, IN 47374 Local: 765.993.0624 Travel Time: 35 minutes. Rates: $80­$225 single night, $70­$195/night for two or more nights. Payment: Visa, Mastercard, and Discover. Reservation Policy: Guarantee with credit card at Web address below. Cancellation Policy: One-week notice to avoid $100 late cancellation fee. Special Info: Spacious, tastefully appointed apartments in quiet residential area at prices comparable to hotels or B&Bs; Complimentary breakfast and snacks; Large three-bedroom apartment available by the room or as a whole, specially suitable for families who normally reserve two or more hotel rooms; Private one-bedroom apartment with attached garage; Full kitchens & laundry facilities; Fully furnished with small appliances, cookware, and linens; Free high-speed Internet; Cable TV; DVD/VCR. Email: [email protected] Web: www.applehideaway.com

Best Western 533 W. Eaton Pike, Richmond, IN 47374 Local: 765.939.9500, Toll free: 800.780.7234 Special Info: Complimentary continental breakfast; Pool; Fitness room; Free high-speed Internet; Cable/HBO Web: www.bestwestern.com The Brookville Inn 1049 Main St., Brookville, IN 47012 Local: 765.647.5522 Travel Time: 25 minutes. Payment: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, check, or cash. Special Info: Renovated Victorian with private baths; Full buffet breakfast; Wireless Internet; Cable TV; DVD player; CD player Web: www.thebrookvilleinn.com Comfort Inn 912 Mendelson Dr., Richmond, IN 47374 (I-70, exit #151) Local: 765.935.4766, Toll free: 800.228.5150 Travel Time: 30­40 minutes. Special Info: Free continental breakfast; Indoor pool and spa Web: www.choicehotels.com Days Inn 5775 National Rd. E., Richmond, IN 47374 (I-70, exit #156A) Local: 765.966.4900 Special Info: Free Daybreak Breakfast; Free high-speed Internet; Pets welcome Web: www.daysinn.com Denison Guest House 307 W. Main St., Centerville, IN 47330 Local: 765.855.3099 Special Info: Located along the Historic National Road (Rt. 40); A warm and welcoming retreat located in the heart of IN's Antique Alley Web: www.centervillein.com Doctor's Inn Bed and Breakfast 100 W. Liberty St., West College Corner, IN 47003 (Corner of Rt. 27 and First St.) Local: 765.732.3772, Toll free: 8773.drs.inn Travel Time: 10 minutes. Rates: $80­$115. Reservation Policy: Unlimited. Payment: Cash, check, or credit card. Special Info: All private baths; Full gourmet breakfast; Complementary snacks and beverages; Evening meals by arrangement; High-speed wireless Internet; Children welcome Hermitage Bed & Breakfast 650 E. 8th St., Brookville, IN 47012 Local: 765.647.5182 Proprietress: Martha Shea. Travel Time: 30 minutes. Rates: $75. Special Info: Breakfast, snacks, and beverages included Web: www.bbonline.com/in/hermitage Historic Lantz House Inn 214 W. Main St., Centerville, IN 47330 Local: 765.855.2936, Toll free: 800.495.2689 Travel Time: 30 minutes. Special Info: Breakfast included Web: www.lantzhouseinn.com Holiday Inn Richmond 5501 National Rd. E., Richmond, IN 47374 Local: 765.966.7511, Toll free: 800.548.2473 Travel Time: 30 minutes. Reservations: 50 weeks out. Check-in: 3 p.m., Check-out: 11 a.m.. Special Info: Complimentary hot breakfast buffet, dinner specials nightly; Cocktail lounge; Room service; Indoor pool; Fitness center; Free high-speed Internet; Game room; Rooms include iron & board, hair dyer, in-room coffee maker; Over 40 cable channels; Microwave and refrigerator

available upon request; Whirlpool rooms and suites also available; Voted best hotel in Richmond! Email: [email protected] Web: www.holiday-inn.com/richmondin Lees Inn & Suites 6030 National Rd. E., Richmond, IN 47374 (I-70, exit #156A) Local: 765.966.6559, Toll free: 800.733.5337 Special Info: Complimentary Silver Service hot breakfast buffet; Non-smoking and handicapped-accessible rooms available; Indoor pool; Laundry facility; Pets welcome Web: www.leesinn.com/richmond.htm Liberty Motel 303 N. Main St., Liberty, IN 47353 (Three blocks from courthouse) Local: 765.458.6894 Travel Time: 20 minutes. Special Info: Mastercard and Visa only major credit cards accepted Materic House Inn & Gift Shop 118 W. Main St., Centerville, IN 47330 Local: 765.855.5835 Travel Time: 45 minutes. Special Info: Beautiful guest rooms; Outside cottage available during July; Private baths and TV; Continental breakfast included; Gift shop hours, Tues­Sat 10­6 Web: www.materichouseinn.com Motel 6 419 Commerce Dr., Richmond, IN 47374 (I-70, exit #156A) Local: 765.966.6682. Toll free: 800.466.8356 Special Info: Morning coffee, Outdoor pool; High-speed Internet; Pets welcome Philip W. Smith and Martha E. Parry Bed & Breakfast 2039/2221 E. Main St., Richmond, IN 47374 (Rt. 27 S. to Oxford) Local: 765.966.8972, Toll free: 800.966.8972, Fax: 765.966.3010 Travel Time: 25-35 minutes/23 miles. Cancellation Policy: Seven days prior. Special Info: 10% discount for Miami parents with two-night stay; Full breakfast included; Evening refreshments Web: www.pwsmithbnb.com The Potter's Wheel Bed & Breakfast Inn Keepers: Marcia and Bill Pendley 4495 Park Elwood Rd., Richmond, IN 47374 Local: 765.966.1651, Toll free: 877.445.1335 Payment: Visa, Mastercard, Discover Card, American Express, personal check, and cash. Check-in: 4:00 p.m., Check-out: 11:00 a.m., prior arrangements can be made for other times. Special Info: One guest room has private bath, fireplace, and sitting room Email: [email protected] Web: www.potterswheelbandb.com The Sagamore Resort on Brookville Lake 15179 Old State Rd. 101, Liberty, IN 47353 Local: 765.458.7431 (Kim), Fax: 765.458.7435 Travel Time: 20 minutes Email: [email protected] Web: www.kentsharbor.com Super 8 Motel 2525 Chester Blvd., Richmond, IN 47374 Local: 765.962.7576, Fax: 765.966.0754 Travel Time: 35 minutes. Special Info: Free continental breakfast; Pool; Free high-speed Internet; Pets welcome Super 8 Motel 2407 N. Centerville Rd., Centerville, IN 47330 (I-70, exit #145) Local: 765.855.5461. Special Info: Free continental breakfast; Free high-speed Internet; Pets welcome

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The Cincinnati and Dayton airports are the two major facilities located within the shortest distance to Oxford (approximately one hour). Ticket prices vary, however, so be sure to check for cheapest fares. Several travel agencies in Oxford provide personalized service. Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, approximately an hour south of Oxford in northern Kentucky off I-275 Dayton International Airport, approximately an hour northeast of Oxford in Vandalia off I-70E Port Columbus International Airport, approximately two hours northeast of Oxford via I-70E Indianapolis International Airport, approximately two hours northwest of Oxford via I-70W Butler County Regional Airport, commercial services excluding scheduled air carrier service, Airport Rd. E., Hamilton, OH, 513.887.0444 Miami University Airport, small commercial and private planes, Fairfield Rd., Oxford, 513.529.2735 limousines, GMC shuttle van, Cadillacs, Mercedes, and Hybrid Toyota Camry. Flamingo Limousine, Fairfield, OH, 513.600.2643, www.flamingolimousines.com 24-hour transportation from Miami University to all airports. To Cincinnati or Dayton airport, $75 + gratuity for up to 3 people or $95 + gratuity for up to 5. (Call for rates to other airports.) We also provide transportation to other destinations, including doctor's offices. Miami Metro Shuttle Service, to major airports for Thanksgiving break, Winter break, and Spring break. Buses leave from Spring Street bus stop in front of Shriver Center. Tickets must be purchased in advance at the Miami University Box Office in Shriver Center or by phone at 513.529.3200. One-way tickets to Cincinnati or Dayton $27.50; Columbus or Indianapolis $47.50. No discounts for roundtrip. For more information, including dates and departure times, see http://www.hdg.muohio.edu/ParkingAndTransportation/ AirportShuttle/index.php Oxford Limousine Service­need-a-ride Inc., Oxford, OH, 800.891.0064, 513.523.6840, www.oxfordlimousine.com Providing transportation in and out of Oxford, 24/7 by appointment, shopping and to all hospitals and doctor's offices, bus, and train transportation: $85 single, $60 each for two, $55 each for three, $45 each for four or more. Transportation costs to/from airports-- Cincinnati and Dayton: $85 single, $60 each for two, $55 each for three, $45 each for four or more; Indianapolis: $170 for up to three passengers, $20 for each additional passenger; Columbus: $190 for up to three passengers, $20 for each additional passenger. Traveling midnight to 6 a.m. requires an extra $10 per person. Harold's Taxi & Limo, transportation 24/7 around Oxford and to Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Indianapolis, and Lexington airports. Rates vary. Call 513.262.6828.

ChArTer bus serviCe To ClevelAnD AnD ChiCAgo

Certain private companies offer bus services to Miami students to regional cities. Miami does not have any relationship with these companies, and it does not endorse their use. All such travel is at the traveler's own risk, and Miami does not assume any responsibility or liability for such services. Footprint Tours, Inc., 440.244.5100, 401 Broadway Ave., Suite B, Lorain, Ohio 44052. Bus service at breaks to Elyria, west side Cleveland; Strongsville, Akron, east side Cleveland; Beechwood; pick-ups at Cook Field parking lot, drop-offs in residence quads. Miami University Student Foundation (MUSF) Chicago Bus Trip Charters. Bus service to Chicago area for Fall break (October), Thanksgiving break, Winter break, February 3-day break, and Spring break. The Miami pick-up and drop-off location is on the south side of Cook Field. Bus stops in Chicago are located along the Tri-State Tollway: Lincoln Oasis, Hinsdale Oasis, O'Hare Oasis, Lake Forest Oasis, and Kenosha. Tickets are $95 round trip; space is limited. One-way tickets are not available. To purchase tickets or get more information, including departure times, see USF Chicago Bus Trips, www.muohio.edu/ musf. Megabus.com. This low-cost, daily express bus service operates out of Cincinnati. Buses depart from 4th and Race St. downtown. For reservations, call 877.462.6342 Monday­ Saturday 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. (CST), Sunday 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. (CST).

renTAl CAr

Enterprise Rent-A-Car, 5180 College Corner Pike, M­F, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Closed Sat. and Sun.

riDe shAre/riDe boArD

An online Ride Board (available through myMiami) as well as the bulletin board located on the lower level of the Shriver Center (near the ATM machines) advertises rides needed and rides offered by students.

geTTing ArounD CAMPus

Miami Metro. In addition to motor vehicles and bicycles, students get around campus using the Miami Metro bus service, which also provides transportation uptown, to several off-campus student housing areas, and to the Hamilton campus. The buses run daily during fall and spring semesters. For routes and scheduled hours of operation, see Miami Metro, www. muohio.edu/parking/miamimetro. Nighttime Door-to-Door (NDD), established for the protection of students after dark, the NDD service provides a safe escort for persons traveling alone during evening hours, operating until 4 a.m. most days of the week. Students can call 529.2277 for this service. Access Miami, provides transportation for students with disabilities. During fall and spring semesters, Access Miami provides door-todoor transportation around campus and in the Oxford area. Call 529.2277 to access this service, which operates 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. during the week, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday.

AirPorT shuTTles AnD TAxi serviCe

Airport Shuttle Service, serving all airports 24 hours, 513.896.6605. Oxford to Cincinnati or Dayton airport: $85 single; $60 each for two to four; $50 each for five or more. Midnight to 6 a.m. additional $10, $3 surcharge in some cases. Call for rates to other airports. Empire Transportation, Fairfield, OH, 513.860.3324. 24-hour transportation from Miami University to all airports. To Cincinnati or Dayton airport, $95 + tax and gratuity for one traveler. Up to 10 travelers can ride for one-time charge of $95 + tax and gratuity. To Columbus or Indianapolis airport, $175 + tax and gratuity. We provide transportation to doctor's appointments or any needed transportation. We provide a full line of

TrAin serviCe

Amtrak, 1.800.USA.RAIL, no direct service to Oxford. Station locations--Cincinnati: 1301 Western Ave.; Connersville, IN: 1012 Eastern Ave.

oxForD-AreA ChurChes, CAMPus MinisTries, AnD religious orgAnizATions

Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church 14 S. Beech St., 513.523.8560 Campus Crusade for Christ* 116-1/2 E. Church St., Suite #101, Oxford, OH 45056, 513.273.4918 Email: [email protected] Campus Ministry Center*, Lights on Campus 16 S. Campus Ave., 513.523.4848 Email: [email protected] Web: www.lightsoncampus.org Christian Student Fellowship* Eric Ankenman 16 E. Walnut St., 513.523.3465 Email: [email protected] Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints 6600 Contreras Rd., 513.523.0643 Cobblestone Community Church Pastors Bob Hostetler & John Johnson 4191 Kehr Rd., 513.523.3905 Web: www.cobblestonechurch.com Faith Baptist Church, GARBC Member 525 N. Campus Ave., 513.523.4669 Faith Lutheran Church & Campus Ministry* Pastor Logan Dysart, 513.523.3808 Email: [email protected] Email: [email protected] First Baptist Church 6701 Ringwood Rd., 513.523.8767 (across from WalMart Super Center) First Pentecostal Bible Way Church 100 Homestead Ave., 513.523.3415 Hillel Foundation*, Association of Jewish Students 11 E. Walnut St., 513.523.5190 513.523.3705 (Director's Office) Email: [email protected] Web: www.muhillel.org Holy Trinity Episcopal Church* 25 E. Walnut St., 513.523.7559 Email: [email protected] Email: [email protected] Hopedale Unitarian Universalist* 3870 Oxford Millville Rd., 513.523.4500 Email: [email protected] InterVarsity Christian Fellowship* Dennis Dudley Email: [email protected] Living Faith Assembly of God 3727 Oxford Millville Rd., 513.523.8653 Oxford Baptist Church 5299 College Corner Pike, 513.523.1404 Oxford Bible Fellowship 800 Maple Street, 513.523.5300 Web: www.obf.org Oxford Church of God Larry V. Stevison, Pastor Cleveland Assembly 5450 College Corner Pike, 513.523.6136 Oxford Church of the Nazarene 3971 Kehr Rd., 513.523.2443 Oxford Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses 7 Fieldcrest Ave., 513.523.4960 Oxford Presbyterian Church* Mark Barnes & Barbara Barnes, Co-Pastors 101 N. Main St., 513.523.6364 Email: [email protected] Oxford United Methodist Church* Pastor Fred Shaw 14 N. Poplar St., 513.523.5115 Email: [email protected] Office Administrator Email: [email protected] Saint Mary's Church & Catholic Campus Ministry* 111 E. High St., 513.523.2153 513.523.0559 (fax) Email: [email protected] Web: www.stmaryoxfordohio.org Victory Christian Church 201 S. Beech St., 513.523.5985

* Campus Ministries

oxForD-AreA resTAurAnTs

3 Trees Irish Pub, 77 S. Main St. (in Elms Hotel), 513.523.8733 45 East Restaurant and Pub (American fare, sports, TV, and late-night entertainment), 45 E. High St., 513.523.3737 Arby's, 2 Lynn Ave., 513.523.3040 Bagel & Deli Shop, 119 E. High St., 513.523.2131 Bob Evans, 5076 College Corner Pike, 513.523.8866 Brick Street Restaurant and Bar (Largest restaurant and bar in Oxford with food, spirits, and entertainment), 36 E. High St., 513.523.1335 Bruno's Pizza, 31 E. High St., 513.523.2266 Buffalo Wild Wings, 10 E. Walnut St., 513.524.2999 China One (Lunch buffet daily), 330 S. Locust St. (next to Kroger), 513.523.2343 Cold Stone Creamery (Cakes, pies, and ice cream), 9 W. High St., 513.523.4540 Di Paolo's Restaurant (Locals' gourmet favorite), 77 S. Main St. (in Elms Hotel), 513.523.1541 Domino's, 5156 College Corner Pike, 513.524.6262 DP Dough, 23 N. College Ave., 513.524.2000 El Burrito Loco, 102 S. Locust St., 513.523.6639 Fiesta Charra, 519 E. High St., 513.524.3114 Jimmy John's, 23 E. High St., 513.524.2424 Johnny's Campus Deli, 209 E. Sycamore St., 513.523.1123 Kofenya, 38 W. High St., 513.523.2195 Kona Bistro & Coffee Bar, 31 W. High St., 513.523.0686 La Bodega Delicatessen (Sandwiches, entrées, espresso), 11 W. High St., 513.523.1338 LaRosa's (Also carry-out and delivery), 21 Lynn Ave., 513.347.1111 Little Caesars, 522 S. Locust St., 513.280.5000 Mac & Joe's (Oxford's oldest tavern, est. 1946), 21 E. High St. (rear alley), 513.523.8018 Maid-Rite (Sandwiches, malts, shakes), 36 W. High St., 513.280.6245 Main Street Gourmet (Wine, beer, coffee, and baskets), 9 S. Main St., 513.523.4911 McDonald's, 601 S. Locust St., 513.523.8933 Morning Sun Café, 109 W. High St., 513.524.6786 Paesano's Pasta House (Featuring traditional and specialty Italian favorites), 308 S. Campus Ave., 513.524.9100 Papa John's, 619 S. Locust St., 513.523.9991 Patterson's Café (Open for breakfast and lunch), 103 W. Spring St., 513.523.0770 Phan Shin Chinese & Thai (Also carryout and delivery), 104 W. High St., 513.523.1020 or 513.523.1021 Pita Pit, 33 E. High St., 513.523.7482 Pizza Hut, 135 Lynn Ave., 513.523.2184 Qdoba Mexican Grill, 9 W. High St., 513.523.0869 Quiznos Subs, 32 W. High St., 513.524.3663 Rohan India, 339 Firefox Dr., 513.523.4444 SDS (Carry-out and delivery only), 7 E. Chestnut St., 513.523.1234 Skipper's Pub (Great food, service, and prices), 121 E. High St., 513.523.0066 Skyline Chili, 1 E. High St., 513.523.3330 The Smokin' Ox (Barbeque and beer), 12 E. Park Place, 513.524.4227 Stadium Sports Bar & Grille (TVs, beer garden, and food), 16 S. Poplar St., 513.523.4661 Starbucks, 19 E. High St., 513.523.7200 Steinkeller (German eatery and pub), 15 E. High St. (lower level Minnis Bldg.), 513.524.2437 Stella (Fresh dining), 12 S. Beech St., 513.523.7835 Subway, 17 E. High St., 513.523.7827 Sushi Nara, 22 N. College Ave., 513.523.1200 Taco Bell, 36 Lynn Ave., 513.523.0070 Wendy's, 5142 College Corner Pike, 513.523.3190 Wild Bistro, (Asian cuisine) 37 E. High St., 513.523.5888

Moving AnD sTorAge

Moving*

Budget Truck Rental 4965 College Corner Pike Oxford 513.524.1669 Ryder Truck Rental 4965 College Corner Pike Oxford 513.524.1669 Penske Truck Rental Oxford 513.523.8422 U-Haul Company 5157 College Corner Pike, Oxford 513.524.8228 25 S. Erie Blvd., Hamilton 513.863.2744 12 Millville-Oxford Hwy., Millville 513.856.7121 Parrett's Handiworks--Small Move Specialists 4169 Lakeland Terrace, College Corner, OH 45003 513.796.4973 Moving: To storage, or across town, out of residence halls or apartments Cleaning: Before moving in, carpets, kitchens, and bathrooms Odd Jobs: A/C installs, deadbolt locks, furniture assembly, repairs

sTorAge on-Campus storage

We are very excited to announce a new on-campus summer storage service for our students. My Summer Storage will provide you with a simple and reliable summer storage option. From the ability to sign-up on your MyCard Account to pick-up and delivery of your belongings-it's easy and convenient! Use this website, http://www.hdg.muohio.edu/Housing/ResidentialServices/ SummerStorage/ to learn more about our new and exciting service, and then visit your MyCard Account when you are ready to sign-up.

off-Campus storage*

Campus Cardboard Free pickup and delivery 877.508.3200 www.campuscardboard.com CVM Storage 4000 Millville-Oxford Highway Oxford 513.523.6312 D & S U-Lock Storage Units 5145 College Corner Pike Oxford 765.732.3741 Oxford U-Lock Storage 513.523.2611 Suds City 513.523.9274

*Miami does not have any relationship with these businesses and does not endorse their use. Miami does not assume any responsibility or liability for their services.

resiDenCe hAll DireCTorY

The following is a listing of Miami University residence halls by name and street numbers. It is important that the residence hall name, the street number and name, and a full nine-digit zip code be used for a complete mailing address. Here is an example of a complete and proper mailing address: Student Name Miami University Room Number and Residence Hall Name Residence Hall Street Address Oxford, OH 45056-Zip Ext. HALL nAMe Anderson Bishop Brandon Clawson Collins Dennison Dodds Dorsey Elliott Emerson Flower Hahne Hamilton Havighurst Hepburn Blanchard House Fisher Hall Logan Lodge Pines Lodge Reid Hall Tallawanda Hall STreeT ADDreSS 701 S. Oak St. 300 E. Spring St 385 Tallawanda St. 440 Western College Dr. 31 N. Fisher Dr. 21 N. Fisher Dr. 600 S. Maple Ave. 900 E. High St. 101 Irvin Dr. 699 S. Maple Ave. 5347 Bonham Rd. 5357 Bonham Rd. 401 S. Oak St. 350 Western College Dr. 355 Tallawanda St. 805 S. Campus Ave. 801 S. Campus Ave. 800 S. Oak St. 803 S. Campus Ave. 806 S. Oak St. 804 S. Oak St. ZIP exT. 3436 3507 1481 1978 1460 1459 3428 1466 1853 3449 3633 3632 3444 1976 1480 2491 2491 3452 2491 3452 3452 ADVISer 529.2244 529.2016 529.2105 529.2747 529.2197 529.3330 529.2962 529.3760 529.3976 529.3446 529.4122 529.4335 529.3852 529.4427 529.4770 HALL nAMe Mary Lyon MacCracken McBride McFarland McKee Minnich Morris Ogden Peabody Porter Richard Scott Stanton Stoddard Swing Symmes Tappan Thomson Wells Wilson STreeT ADDreSS 500 Western College Dr. 500 Center Dr. 11 N. Fisher Dr. 325 Tallawanda St. 600 Western College Dr. 400 S. Maple Ave. 651 S. Maple Ave. 401 E. High St. 701 Western College Dr. 601 S. Oak St. 501 S. Oak St. 500 S. Maple Ave. 700 S. Maple Ave. 201 Irvin Drive 105 Tallawanda St. 500 N. Fisher Dr. 650 S. Patterson Ave. 425 Western College Dr. 301 E. Spring St. 21 S. Fisher Dr . ZIP exT. 1979 3445 1457 3638 1980 3451 3447 1867 1988 3446 2483 2482 3448 1854 3639 1461 3419 1977 3506 1458 ADVISer 529.4865 529.4628 529.5706 529.6150 529.5008 529.5252 529.5561 529.6270 529.7478 529.7137 529.7403 529.7542 529.7780 529.3976 529.6759 529.6952 529.7903 529.1097 529.8957 529.7089

Heritage Commons 529.9381

Please note the post office has named several University drives and lanes as if they were dedicated streets, e.g., Fisher Dr., Irvin Dr. As there are no street signs for these drives, new students and visiting parents are advised to locate the halls by hall name rather than by street name.

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