Admission is pending the receipt and review of an official copy of all final transcripts and test scores, if applicable. In addition to the aforementioned supporting documents, admission for transfer students is pending the receipt and review of the College Report(s). It is fully expected that the remainder of coursework will be similar in caliber to the work upon which the offer of admission was based.

All required copies of official documents, such as final transcripts and test scores, must be received by the stated deadlines for fall and spring enrollment. If admitted students fail to meet these deadlines, the Office of Undergraduate Admission reserves the right to withdraw an offer of admission.

International students must submit all documents required to secure an I-20 beginning after their admission to the University but no later than mid-July for fall enrollment and late December for spring enrollment. Failure to comply with this deadline will result in the postponement of enrollment to a future entry term.

Fall 2021 first-year applicants who have been admitted to Spring 2021 may not enroll as degree-seeking students at another college or university prior to enrolling at the University of Miami; otherwise, they will forfeit their space in the incoming spring class and their admission will be withdrawn.

The University of Miami reserves the right to withdraw an offer of admission if a student engages or has engaged in behavior that violates the standards of conduct to which all University students are held. If there is any update to one’s conduct, academic or behavioral, the student must notify the Office of Undergraduate Admission immediately at conductupdate@miami.edu.

If an admitted student chooses to confirm enrollment to the University of Miami, they must submit the required deposit by the deadlines mentioned in the Admission Plans section. Transfer students and first-year students admitted for the spring term or from the waitlist must adhere to the deposit deadline stated on the admission letter.

A nonrefundable deposit will be credited toward the student's account for billable charges. By submitting a nonrefundable deposit, the student confirms enrollment to the University of Miami and acknowledges that they have not submitted an enrollment deposit at any other postsecondary institution. The University of Miami reserves the right to withdraw an offer of admission for any student who concurrently submits an enrollment deposit to another postsecondary institution. If a student who has confirmed enrollment to the University of Miami has been admitted off a waitlist to another college or university and intends to enroll elsewhere, the student must inform the University of Miami immediately.