The University of Miami provides an education to its students of the highest quality. The university is proud of its commitment to diversity and inclusion in the undergraduate and graduate admissions process. The university continuously reviews its undergraduate and graduate admissions policies to maintain its high standards for integrity, and it did so again following the announcement of the Operation Varsity Blues case.
This year, the university received nearly 40,000 applications for about 2,000 undergraduate positions. The undergraduate admissions process at the University of Miami is holistic, and involves weighing information that includes high school grade point average, rigor of curriculum, standardized test scores, college essay, extracurricular activities, and recommendations from many individuals. All of this information is reviewed by a team of professionals dedicated to maintaining the university’s standing as an excellent, exemplary, and relevant institution of higher education that delivers an education that prepares students for future endeavors and careers.
In addition, the university expects all students will adhere to the highest standards of ethics and academic integrity, and any type of academic fraud will not be tolerated.