Visiting

GETTING TO OXFORD
Oxford, Ohio, is approximately one hour by car from either the Greater Cincinnati International Airport or the Dayton International Airport. It is also easily accessible from I-70, I-75, and I-71. A southwest Ohio regional map can be found here.

ACCOMODATIONS
The closest hotel within walking distance to campus is the Holiday Inn Express. Please consult Miami University’s Accommodations page for a comprehensive list of places to stay in the Oxford area.

PARKING
Two-hour metered parking is available on nearby streets. The Oxford Municipal Parking Garage, at Main and Walnut, is two and a half blocks away and offers reasonable day rates.

For a longer visit, it is suggested that you obtain a visitor’s parking permit, which allows the visitor to park in any University parking area. Visit Miami’s Parking Office in the Campus Avenue Building at 301 South Campus Avenue – Room 15. The hours are Monday through Thursday 8am – 6pm and Friday 8am-5pm. Summer hours are 7:30am-4:30 pm Monday-Friday. Registration requires a valid driver’s license and license plate number of the vehicle to be registered. Visitors who receive a University parking citation may contact the Parking Office for assistance. The Campus Avenue Parking Garage offers parking at $1 an hour. No permit is needed. For more information, and to view a number of campus and area maps, consult Visitors Information at Miami University.

GETTING AROUND CAMPUS
Campus maps available online at: Miami University Campus Maps. Special Collections is located on the third floor of King Library on the west side of campus. Take the public elevator in the lobby to the third floor; facilities are immediately to the right.

About the Library

(513) 529-3323
SpecColl@MiamiOH.edu
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday - Friday
321 King Library
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News and Events

Our Spring 2015 exhibit will be titled The Ready Ones: American Children, World War II, and Propaganda. The exhibit will be guest curated by Katherine Wills, a graduate student in the History Department, and will run January 26 - May 15.

Our current and recent past exhibits are now available as digital stories in the style of the New York Times' Snow Fall project.

Announcing a new digital collection: the WMUB Archives, featuring student-produced radio and television programs from the late 1960s.