Admitted first-year students who have submitted their nonrefundable enrollment deposit may submit a request to postpone their matriculation to the University of Miami for a period of up to one academic year. Admitted first-year students may not postpone their enrollment more than one academic year. Postponement requests are reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the Admission Committee. If approved, students must submit an additional nonrefundable enrollment deposit.

Students who have been granted a postponement must adhere to the guidelines and restrictions set forth in the postponement and admission letters; otherwise, the University of Miami reserves the right to rescind the offer of admission.

Admitted transfer students are not eligible to postpone enrollment to a future entry term. First-year students who are offered spring admission may not postpone their enrollment to a future entry term.