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Admission Process FAQs

The University allows students to receive college credit hour toward graduation from the following programs:

  • Advanced Placement
  • International Baccalaureate
  • Dual Enrollment
  • Cambridge
  • CAPE
  • College Level Examination Program

To have Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, or College Level Examination Program credit hours evaluated, the student must submit an official test result report to the Office of Undergraduate Admission.

The University of Miami does not give credit hours for CLEP Foreign Language and General Examinations. Students taking dual enrollment courses (college courses taken while still in high school) must submit an official college transcript for review of potential transfer credit hours.

A student must submit official transcripts or results no later than the end of the first semester of enrollment at the University of Miami for review.

The University will accept no more than 60 credit hours from these programs to count toward the 120 credit hours required for graduation.

Visit our Credit Information page for a full list of qualifying coursework and scores.

Sours: https://admissions.miami.edu/undergraduate/about/FAQs/admission-process/index.html

Freshman Application Process

1. Complete the Application

Complete and submit the Common Application online. Please make sure that you are using the same email address for every part of the application process, this also includes signing up for standardized tests.

The essay portion of the application provides an opportunity for applicants to demonstrate their ability to write clearly and concisely and develop and communicate their thoughts. Applicants will choose one of five specific prompts and write an essay of 250 to 650 words. Detailed instructions can be found in the Common Application. 

Please note: Your application is not complete and we cannot begin your application review until we receive all required forms. Your $70 non-refundable application fee can be paid when you submit the Common Application. For students applying for Spring or Fall 2018 admission, the Common Application will be available starting August 1, 2017

Once you submit your application, it will take approximately three days for us to receive and begin reviewing it. Please allow us several weeks from the application deadline to process your documents and post them in CaneLink. During the busy application period, CaneLink is your best resource, as we are continually updating students' applications and documents. 

2. Send Official Transcripts

The University of Miami only accepts transcripts coming directly from the high school or college as official. 

Please have your high school or college (if applicable) submit official transcripts/supporting documents electronically or by mail to:

University of Miami
Office of Undergraduate Admission
PO Box 249117
Coral Gables, FL 33124-9117 

If sending via FedEx, DHL, UPS, or courier:
University of Miami
Office of Undergraduate Admission
1320 S. Dixie Highway
Gables One Tower,Suite 945

Coral Gables, FL 33146

3. Send Official Test Scores

All testing must be completed by November for Early Decision I and Early Action applicants and all testing must be completed by December for Early Decision II and Regular Decision applicants.

Test scores will only be accepted if they are submitted directly from the testing agency. If you take the test more than once, please ensure that the testing agency sends all of your scores so that we have your best performance on record. The Admission Committee will consider all official test scores from multiple test dates. We will use the highest composite score from among each test that you’ve taken. This is called super scoring. There is no limit to the number of test scores you may submit to us for your application.

We consider only the critical reading and math sections of the SAT for admission. Beginning Fall 2017, the ACT Plus Writing or the Redesigned SAT with optional Essay will be required for new undergraduate applicants with fewer than thirty transfer credits for English course placement. 

Beginning in Spring 2016, applicants may submit scores from either the current or redesigned SAT. Students who take both tests will be evaluated on their best score. We will continue to super score the SAT. A concordance table is used to determine your highest critical reading and math scores, regardless of when the test was taken.

Test Codes:

  • SAT Code: 5815 
  • ACT Code: 0760 
Applicants currently studying OUTSIDE the U.S.

Students graduating from a secondary school outside the United States should not submit SAT or ACT scores. 

All students whose native language is not English are required to submit official results of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). For information on scores, visit the TOEFL or Other English Proficiency Requirements page.

4. Complete the School Report

The School Report should be completed by the applicant’s high school guidance counselor and can be found on the Common Application website. It is typically submitted along with the applicant's high school transcript and a school profile. 

5. Letter of Recommendation

We require a letter of recommendation from your high school guidance counselor and a teacher evaluation. These can be submitted online through the Common Application or mailed to:

University of Miami
Office of Undergraduate Admission
PO Box 249117
Coral Gables, FL 33124-9117 

If sending via FedEx, DHL, UPS, or courier:
University of Miami
Office of Undergraduate Admission

1320 S. Dixie Highway

Gables One Tower, Suite 945

Coral Gables, FL 33146

After submitting your application, please allow 3-4 business days for the University of Miami to receive it. Upon receipt, we’ll send you an acknowledgment email containing your CaneID and instructions about how to log in to CaneLink. Please remember to check your spam, junk, and clutter folders for this email.

CaneLink is your UM portal for tracking application materials and viewing your admission decision. Please allow several weeks from the application deadline to process your documents and post them in CaneLink. During the busy application period, CaneLink is your best resource, as we are continually updating students' applications and documents.

Sours: https://undergraduate.rsmas.miami.edu/undergraduate-admissions/freshman-application-process/index.html
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Transfer Admission Requirements

As a transfer applicant, you are required to submit a College Report from every U.S. postsecondary institution you have attended as a degree-seeking student.

The College Report must be completed and submitted directly to the University by a college official who has access to both your academic and disciplinary information. Usually this form is submitted to us by an official in the Dean of Students or Conduct office at your school. This item is different than the academic transcript. The college official may submit the completed form by email to [email protected] It can also be mailed to one of the following addresses:

Mailing Address
University of Miami
Office of Undergraduate Admission
PO Box 249117
Coral Gables, FL 33124-9117

If sending via FedEx, DHL, UPS, or courier
University of Miami
Office of Undergraduate Admission
1320 S. Dixie Highway
Gables One Tower, Suite 945
Coral Gables, FL 33146

If you are currently attending a college/university on a part-time basis (11 or fewer credits) as a non-degree seeking student, you are not required to submit a College Report. All others enrolled in domestic (US) postsecondary institutions, including part-time degree-seeking and full-time non-degree seeking students, must submit a College Report. 

Note: If a student enrolled at the University of Miami prior to the Fall 2018 entry term, the University of Miami reserves the right to retroactively request College Reports from previously attended post-secondary institutions if any information should come to the attention of Undergraduate Admission about potential academic and student conduct while a student was enrolled at another college or university.

Sours: https://admissions.miami.edu/undergraduate/application-process/admission-requirements/transfer/index.html
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Application information

Find out about requirements, fees, and deadlines

First-year

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

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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Additional Information

All applicants are automatically considered for our merit scholarships; no additional application is required. To be eligible for Premier Scholarships, which cover up to the full cost of attendance, students must apply by the November 1 deadline, either under the Early Decision I or Early Action admission plans. Recipients are notified at the time of admission of any scholarship and/or aid awarded.
We are committed to increasing access to a top-tier education. Beginning in Fall 2021, the University will meet 100 percent of demonstrated financial need for admitted first-year students, as determined by financial information provided in their FAFSA and CSS Profile.

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Sours: https://www.commonapp.org/explore/university-miami

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Your Guide to the Common Application

This year's Common Application may have opened only a few days ago, but you probably already have a million questions.

     Which essay prompt should I pick?

     What supporting documents do I need?

     When should I retake my tests?

     Why do I keep forgetting my Social Security number? 

Maybe that last one was just me, but odds are you will relate to the feelings of uncertainty and stress that come with trying to navigate and gather everything you need to submit your Common App.

The good news is that it's easier than you think, and better yet, I'm here to help break it down for you. Here are some tips for you.

Creating an account

Resist the urge to use your high school email address or any email address you will not regularly check or may lose access to. When I was a senior, I took creating my Common App account as an opportunity to get rid of the embarrassing email address I made when I was 13 and create one that was more professional and polished. If your 13-year-old you, too (or you just need a new email address), make a new email that you’ll use exclusively throughout the application process.

When you log in, you'll notice that there are different sections for you to fill out. Let's focus more on the ones where you can self-report your test scores and extracurricular activities.

Test Scores

When it comes to your test scores, self-reporting them is important, but you still have to arrange for the testing agency to send the official scores directly to the colleges/universities you're applying to. That goes for all the scores you want your chosen colleges/universities to see—SAT, SAT Subject, ACT, and Advanced Placement. If you would like to retake the SAT or ACT, those scores must be sent to UM by the testing agency by November for Early Action and Early Decision I applicants and by December for Early Decision II or Regular Decision applicants.

Extracurricular Activities

Many people struggle with writing about their extracurricular activities (I know I did). Despite what the endless threads on college application forums have to say, there are no "right" or "wrong" activities to put in this section. Talking about what you do outside the classroom isn’t about making sure that you sound like you're saving the world one honor society at a time. It's about providing a more complete picture of who you are and talking about the experiences that have shaped you. Whether those experiences were in clubs, a job, or a volunteer position, they're a part of you and are worth sharing.

Essay

For most of us, nothing creates more anxiety than the essay portion of the application. A good way to help curb that anxiety is to view it as an opportunity to express yourself! Don't be afraid to have fun with the essay—I have a friend who wrote her essay about making cauliflower pizza. Being authentic to yourself and your experiences in your essay will help your application stand out among the thousands of others that universities receive. There might be a lot of people with similar grades or extracurricular activities as you, but your essay will be wholly unique to you.

There are seven prompts to choose from, and at least one of them is sure to inspire you. Don't worry about picking the "right" prompt that admission counselors want to hear—pick the prompt that you think will allow you to create the most compelling story about yourself.

Once you're finished writing, I suggest asking two or three people who know you really well to read it. Those people can include a teacher, a family member, a best friend, a counselor, or anybody whose feedback you trust! It's important to make sure that your essay's voice is authentically yours and that it reads well. A useful tool in Microsoft Word is Track Changes. Turn it on and send your essay to the people you want to read it. They'll be able to make comments inside the Word document and you'll have the option to accept or reject edits they make to your essay. It'll make keeping track of feedback so much easier!

UM-Specific

Every university has its own set of requirements on the Common App, and it can be confusing to keep it all straight. Here's a quick breakdown of some of the U's basic requirements.

There are no supplemental essay questions—the only essay required is the Common App prompt.

UM requires a counselor recommendation and a teacher recommendation. If you can't obtain one of these, reach out to your admission counselor to figure out a solution. The Chat with Charles videos your options in more detail.

There are also requirements specific to certain majors, schools, and colleges. The Frost School of Music requires an audition or portfolio, and so does the Theatre Arts B.F.A. in the College of Arts and Sciences (which also sometimes requires an interview). The School of Architecture highly recommends a portfolio, so while it's not required, it's definitely worth seriously considering. Remember, if you have any questions about the audition or portfolio process, don't hesitate to reach out to the program you're interested in! They want to hear from you, and the more you know, the better.

The cost of applying to UM is $70, and it's nonrefundable. If you can't afford to pay, don't let that stop you; talk to your high school counselor about the possibility of obtaining a fee waiver from College Board, the NACAC, or the ACT.

Last—but certainly not least—don't forget to relax! Applying to college can be stressful, so it's important to take care of yourself and to remember to enjoy your senior year of high school! Take breaks while writing your essay or studying for that retake, and allow yourself a few minutes of something you enjoy doing. You'll thank me later.

LYGC (Love You Go Canes),

Dale



Sours: https://news.miami.edu/admissions/stories/2018/08/your-guide-to-the-common-application.html
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First-Year Admission Requirements

Complete and submit the Common Application. Upon submitting, you will be asked to pay a $70 nonrefundable application fee. Be sure you use the same email address for every part of the application process, including registering for standardized tests.

If applying for Spring or Fall 2022, you will be required to submit a supplemental essay of 250 words or less in response to the following prompt.

The University of Miami's official mascot is the ibis. Folklore maintains that the native marsh bird is the last to take shelter before a hurricane hits and the first to emerge once the storm passes, making it an apt symbol of courage and resilience.

Considering your ability to control your own motivation and behavior, how have past experiences helped build your courage and resilience to persist in the face of academic and life challenges so that, once these storms pass, you can emerge in continued pursuit of your goals? 

In addition, students will be asked to respond to one of seven prompts in a personal statement of 650 words or less. 

These portions of the Common Application give you the opportunity to demonstrate your ability to develop your thoughts, to communicate them clearly, and to write them concisely conveying your unique voice. Please include a list of your extracurricular activities; theseactivities will be evaluated as part of the admission process.

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Sours: https://admissions.miami.edu/undergraduate/application-process/admission-requirements/freshman/index.html

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2020-2021 Common App Essay Prompts

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Common App essay prompts:

1. Some students have a background, identity, interest, or talent that is so meaningful they believe their application would be incomplete without it. If this sounds like you, then please share your story.

2. The lessons we take from obstacles we encounter can be fundamental to later success. Recount a time when you faced a challenge, setback, or failure. How did it affect you, and what did you learn from the experience?

3. Reflect on a time when you questioned or challenged a belief or idea. What prompted your thinking? What was the outcome?

4. Describe a problem you've solved or a problem you'd like to solve. It can be an intellectual challenge, a research query, an ethical dilemma––anything that is of personal importance, no matter the scale. Explain its significance to you and what steps you took or could be taken to identify a solution.

5. Discuss an accomplishment, event, or realization that sparked a period of personal growth and a new understanding of yourself or others.

6. Describe a topic, idea, or concept you find so engaging that it makes you lose all track of time. Why does it captivate you? What or who do you turn to when you want to learn more?

7. Share an essay on any topic of your choice. It can be one you've already written, one that responds to a different prompt, or one of your own design.



Sours: https://news.miami.edu/admissions/stories/2019/07/common-app-topics.html


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