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Academic Interest Sessions

Register for Open House

 
 
Registration:
» Time: 10:30 a.m.
» Place: BankUnited Center
Optional Campus Tour:
» Time: 11:00 a.m.
» Place: Departs BankUnited Center
Opening Session:
» Time: 1:00 - 1:45 p.m.
» Place: BankUnited Center
Academic Interest Sessions:
» Time: 2:00 - 3:15 p.m.
» Place: Various Locations
Interest Workshops:
» Time: 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
» Place: Various Locations
UM Fair:
» Time: 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.
» Place: BankUnited Center
Optional Campus Tour:
» Time: 4:45 p.m.
» Place: Departs BankUnited Center

About the Open House

Attending the Accepted Student Open House is a wonderful way to experience the University of Miami and meet current and future 'Canes.

At the Open House, we will discuss the enrollment process and your next steps to becoming a 'Cane. You will also meet students and faculty in the school or college that you were admitted into and participate in one of three special interest workshops: financial aid, a parent session, or a students-only forum. You'll also attend our UM Fair with representatives from various departments throughout the University and take a student-led campus tour.

RSVP Here for the Open House

Please RSVP by April 3rd. If you have questions call Janet Lee at 305-284-5763.

We hope you can make it to our Open House event, but if you can’t, we would love for you to visit our campus during a time that better suits your schedule. We look forward to meeting you!

Representatives from each of the undergraduate colleges and schools will offer information sessions. These representatives will also be available at the UM Fair.


College of Arts and   Sciences
School of Education and   Human Development
College of Engineering
Phillip and Patricia Frost   School of Music
Rosenstiel School of Marine   and Atmospheric Science
School of Nursing and Health   Studies
School of   Architecture
School of Business   Administration
School of   Communication

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The UM Fair is designed to answer your questions about many aspects of student life at the University of Miami. If you need additional information from a department or area that is not represented, please feel free to ask an admission staff member at the Office of Admission table.

A sampling of departments available at the UM Fair:


University Departments
Butler Center for Service and Leadership
Department of Multicultural Student Affairs
Department of Residence Halls
Department of Student Affairs
Honors Program
Intensive English Program
The Launch Pad
Office of Academic Enhancement
Office of Admission
Office of Financial Assistance Services
Office of Student Employment
Patti and Allan Herbert Wellness Center
Pre-Health
ROTC
Student Health Services
Summer Scholars Program
Toppel Career Center
Undergraduate Research and Community Outreach
Writing Center

Schools and Colleges
School of Architecture
College of Arts and Sciences
School of Business Administration
School of Communication
School of Education and Human Development
College of Engineering
Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science
Phillip and Patricia Frost School of Music
School of Nursing and Health Studies

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Financial Aid Workshop
 
Student Session
Parent Session

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