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A student-athlete walking into class at Shideler Hall

RedHawks maintain academic excellence with the help of multiple support services

Last semester, the university announced that the RedHawk student-athletes posted a combined GPA of 3.22, with 69.4% of student-athletes earning a GPA of 3.0 or higher in the spring.  This marked the 37th semester in a row that athletes maintained this level of academic success. Miami seems to excel at supporting athletes academically, with several resources and support services in-place solely for the athletes to utilize.

Miami students work at Armstrong Student Center, preparing for their various final exams in two weeks

How Miami students are destressing for finals

After Thanksgiving break, students return to colleges across the country, disappointed by the stressful weeks coming up. At Miami University, the phenomenon remains the same. The conclusion of the semester means finals, projects and countless hours in the library.

Megan McConnell, a devoted member of The Student, is graduating Fall 2024.

The end of a chapter

I joined The Miami Student before I ever stepped foot on campus as a first-year. Before I ever moved out of my childhood bedroom into an empty dorm room across the country. Before I ever sat in my first classroom in McGuffey Hall for an introductory journalism course.

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