Miami University's admissions counselors (Fatima Ndiaye & Aaron Bixler) and Canadian student-athlete (Carter Johnson) all join us to talk about their institution and athletics. Please feel free to share their presentation using the social media links next to their video with your friends, family and colleagues!
Magnet for employers:
Miami University’s four-year graduation rate is among the top in the nation for public universities. Additionally, Miami University’s reputation attracts employers to campus for four times as many interviews as held at other universities of our type. As a result, Miami University is regularly cited by national publications as a best value in higher education. This recognition as having a high return on tuition investment is supported by surveys and national data that indicate 97.3% of Miami University students who graduated between August 2016 and May 2017 were employed or continuing their education by Fall 2017 (based on research, surveys, and national data of 81.2% of the 2016-2017 graduates).
24/7 student life:
Miami University also offers vibrant residential and community-based programs which build leadership and develop citizenship, character, and lifelong friendships. With more than 600 student organizations, strong living-learning communities, sporting events, and student performances, Miami University is a place for students to live without pause and gain an education that pays dividends for a lifetime.
I am the Assistant Director of International Recruitment and the Admission Counselor for Canada at Miami University! I grew up in Dakar, Senegal and attended Miami University for my bachelor’s degree! I loved my experience at Miami so much that I decided to come back and work for the school! Now I get to travel around the world to meet international students and help make their college search journey easier! I love introducing Miami University to international students and help them discover how the university can help them achieve their goals. Outside work, I love to spend time with my family and friends, read anything that has to do with politics, listen to podcasts, and cook. I enjoy swimming and traveling for leisure, as well. I look forward to speaking and meeting with Canadian students from all corners of the country!