Admitted Student Information

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Your Next Steps, once you receive your Admission Notification

Please note, the email you used on your Pre-College Application is the email we will use to communicate with you at this time so be sure to check your Spam, Junk, and Clutter folders if you do not see this acknowledgment email in your inbox.

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Admission Notification

The University of Miami Pre-College notification of admission will be available in your Pre-College Status Portal. A communication will be sent to the email used on your Pre-College Application notifying you that an admission decision is available to view.

Admission Notifications will begin after January 15, 2023 and then typically two weeks after your application moves into review status.

Confirm your Admission

To confirm your admission offer and secure space in your preferred academic program,
you and your parent or legal guardian will need to complete the following steps:

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  • Step 1 - Reply to Offer of Admission

    Log in to the Pre-College Status Portal to accept or decline your admission offer by completing the Reply to Offer of Admission Form.  

  • Step 2 - Complete Pre-College Enrollment Form

    Upon your acceptance of admission, a parent or legal guardian will receive the University of Miami Pre-College Enrollment form via email, which outlines Tuition and Program Fees. The Enrollment Form must be completed within three days of your admission notification. 

  • Step 3 - Submit Non-refundable Enrollment Deposit in your Pre-College Status Portal

    Once your enrollment form has been received, you will then be able to submit the $500 non-refundable enrollment deposit via the Pre-College Status Portal.

    The $500 non-refundable enrollment deposit is due within 2 weeks of your admission notification. 

    Please note –The $500 enrollment deposit is considered your first payment toward the full tuition program and fees which are outlined in the Pre-College Enrollment Form. 

    For detailed information on program costs visit Tuition and Fees.

    For refund and cancellation policy please visit the Refund and Cancellation Policy.

Complete by June 1

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  • Complete your Post Acceptance Forms

    The Post Acceptance Forms will be sent via email as soon as they become available. Both the student and parent (designated signatory on your application) will be required to complete the post acceptance forms. 

    Complete and return the required Post Acceptance Forms by June 1. All forms must be completed to be eligible to attend University of Miami Pre-College.

  • Submit Payment for Tuition and Fees Balance in CaneLink

    Tuition and program fees will be posted to the student's CaneLink account approximately the third week of April. Payments will be made in your CaneLink account (the deposit, however, is paid via the Pre-College Status Portal). Please note, CaneLink is a separate system from the Pre-College Status Portal. You will receive an email with information on how to access CaneLink at the appropriate time. (Please wait until you hear from us to access CaneLink)

    Full tuition and program fees are due on June 1. Students admitted after June 1 are required to submit full payment immediately upon confirming acceptance.

    For detailed information on program costs visit Tuition and Fees.

    For questions regarding payments visit Payment Information or contact the Pre-College office: (305) 284-4000.

    If you are having technical issues or need help with your Cane ID or password, Contact the IT Help Desk: (305) 284-6565.

  • Review the University of Miami Pre-College Student Handbook

    Review the University of Miami Pre-College Student Handbook to prepeare for your arrival.

    A copy of the Pre-College 2023 Student Handbook will be emailed to students once available. 

Getting to Campus

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  • Arriving by Car

    Information coming soon. 

  • Airport Shuttle | Students Traveling Unaccompanied to and from Miami International Airport (MIA)

    Students flying unaccompanied to Miami International Airport (MIA) will be met by staff from our residential team during the shuttle hours of operation. Students will be transported to campus by shuttle. 

    Please note:

    • Airport pick-up is not available for students flying to and from Fort Lauderdale (FLL). 
    • Students must submit their Airport Shuttle Request Form by June 20 (option to request a shuttle will be provided with post acceptance forms). 

    More information coming soon.

  • Parking on Campus

    Parking on campus requires a University of Miami parking permit. Parking is enforced 7 days a week from 24 hours a day. Hourly passes and day passes are available for purchase from a variety of methods.  

    Please note, all vehicles must park head-in only and register the vehicle license plate with the university's parking system. Methods for purchasing visitor passes: 

    • PayByPhone or a Pay Station: Hourly and Day passes.  

    For information visit Parking & Transportation.

    Please note: Residential students are not permitted to have vehicles on campus at any time or permitted to travel in the cars of commuter students.

    More information for Summer 2023 coming soon.

Prepare for your Arrival

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  • Student Arrival | Sunday, July 1, 2023

    All Pre-College students, both residential and commuter students, should plan to arrive on campus on Saturday July 1. This includes students enrolled in the Summer Scholars Three-Week Credit Program and the UM Academies Two Week, Non-Credit Program. 

    More information coming soon.

  • Residential Student Check-in/ Move-in

    Information coming soon.

  • Commuter Student Check-In

    Commuter students check-in on Saturday, July 1  to receive program materials, attend the student welcome dinner, and participate in scheduled activities. Please note, there is a mandatory student orientation on Sunday, July 2. 

    More information coming soon.

Departure Information

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If you have questions about post acceptance documents, evening & weekend activities, or program policies, contact us at (305) 284-4000 or email us at