Find out about requirements, fees, and deadlines
First-year applicants must submit the Common Application, which includes a personal statement, supplemental essay, and a section for detailing extracurricular activities. These portions of the application are a chance to show us who you are, what you have devoted your time to during high school, and what you will add to our community. Also required are your high school transcripts, two letters of recommendation, and additional documents your guidance counselor will provide.
For Fall 2021, the University of Miami is piloting test-optional admission. Those who choose not to submit test scores will not be at a disadvantage.
Transfer applicants are encouraged to apply by the April 1 priority deadline for entry in the fall semester or the November 1 priority deadline to begin in the spring. As with first-year applicants, transfer students submit the Common Application, as well as their college transcripts and a College Report from every postsecondary institution attended.
Transfer coursework is evaluated for credit after admission. Learn more about course credit equivalencies at miami.edu/creditequiv.
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