University of Miami

At a Glance
  • Student Population: 16,172
  • Undergraduate Population: 10,590
  • Student to Faculty Ratioa: 11
  • Total Annual Costc: $60,906
  • In-State Tuitionc: $42,852
  • Out-of-State Tuitionc: $42,852
  • Percent on Financial Aidd: 75%
  • Percent Admittede: 40%
  • SAT Composite Rangef: 1230-1420
  • ACT Composite Rangef: 28-32
Forbes Lists
  • #102 in Private Colleges
  • #59 in Research Universities
  • #22 in the South
#54 in Grateful Grads
Forbes Financial Grade: B

The University of Miami is a private research university located in Coral Gables, FL, comprised of 11 schools and colleges that offer 110 bachelor’s, 103 master’s and 62 doctoral programs. The university is set across five campuses, including the Rosenstiel Campus, home to the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science and the Medical Campus, housing the Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine and three university-owned hospitals that make up the University of Miami Health System. The university’s study abroad locations include Prague, Rome, Cape Town and India. The athletic teams compete in NCAA Division I and the Atlantic Coast Conference as the Hurricanes, the school colors are orange, green and white. The school’s library system gives students access to nearly 3.5 million volumes. Prominent alumni include actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, musician Enrique Iglesias and Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne. [...] more

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  1. Total FTE (full-time equivalent) undergraduate students divided by total FTE instructional staff not teaching in graduate or professional programs.
  2. Percentage of students who began their studies in fall 2006 and completed their degree program within 4 years.
  3. The estimated total cost of attendance for out-of-state students living on campus in 2013-2014. This estimate includes the reported average cost of tuition and fees, books and supplies, room and board and "other" living expenses. This figure is an estimate and not a guarantee of the actual amount the student may be charged.
  4. Financial aid data refer to full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students in 2012-2013, unless otherwise noted.
  5. Admissions data refer to students applying to enter in fall 2013. Application fee data refer to those fees charged to students applying for admission in fall 2013.
  6. Test scores (SAT and ACT) refer to first-time degree/certificate-seeking students. SAT composite includes only Critical Reading and Math.