Discover the notable alumni of Miami University. The list includes people like Ben Roethlisberger, Paul Ryan, Enrique Iglesias, Nick Lachey & Benjamin Harrison. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as sportspersons, writers, media personalities, film & theater personalities and singers etc.
Ben RoethlisbergerBen Roethlisberger
02 March 1982, American
American Football Quarterback
Paul RyanPaul Ryan
29 January 1970, American
Speaker of the United States House of

Benjamin HarrisonBenjamin Harrison
20 August 1833, American
23rd President of the United States

Nick LacheyNick Lachey
09 November 1973, American
Singer-songwriter and Actor

Paul BrownPaul Brown
07 September 1908, American
American Football Coach

P. J. O'RourkeP. J. O'Rourke
14 November 1947, American
Political Satirist & Author
John HarbaughJohn Harbaugh
23 September 1962, American
Sports coach, American football player

Ron HarperRon Harper
20 January 1964, American
Basketball player, Basketball coach

Mike DeWineMike DeWine
05 January 1947, American
Brian PillmanBrian Pillman
22 May 1962, American
Professional wrestler

Mike EmrickMike Emrick
01 August 1946, American
Sports commentator, Journalist
Maria CantwellMaria Cantwell
13 October 1958, American
Political Consultant

Mark ColemanMark Coleman
20 December 1964, American
Mixed martial artist, Amateur wrestler,

Bo SchembechlerBo Schembechler
01 April 1929, American
American football player, Sports administrator

Gus EdwardsGus Edwards
13 April 1995, Liberian
American Football player

Walter AlstonWalter Alston
01 December 1911, American
Baseball player
Mike GoldbergMike Goldberg
24 November 1964, American
Sports commentator

Caroline HarrisonCaroline Harrison
01 October 1832, American
First Lady

Rita DoveRita Dove
28 August 1952, American
Poet, Writer

Wayne EmbryWayne Embry
26 March 1937, American
Basketball player and manager
Frank WildhornFrank Wildhorn
29 November 1958, American

John Henry PattersonJohn Henry Patterson
13 December 1844, American
Whitelaw ReidWhitelaw Reid
27 October 1837, American

Earl BlaikEarl Blaik
15 February 1897, American
Football Player

Oliver P. MortonOliver P. Morton
04 August 1823, American
Leigh Van ValenLeigh Van Valen
12 August 1935, American

Margaret C. AndersonMargaret C. Anderson
24 November 1886, American
Julian MavungaJulian Mavunga
24 January 1990, American, Zimbabwean
Basketball player

Grayson KirkGrayson Kirk
12 October 1903, American

John Shaw BillingsJohn Shaw Billings
12 April 1838, American
Redmond GleesonRedmond Gleeson
26 January 1935, Irish

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Karl E. CaseKarl E. Case
05 November 1946, American
John G. SmaleJohn G. Smale
01 August 1927, Canadian, American

Ridgely TorrenceRidgely Torrence
27 November 1874, American

Nick MourouzisNick Mourouzis
16 April 1937, American
American football player

Rogan GregoryRogan Gregory
17 September 1972, American
Fashion designer
Miami University or commonly known as Miami U was founded in 1809 and is the tenth oldest public university in the United States. This nationally recognized university stands for its exceptional quality of education and is located in Oxford, Ohio. Miami University is deemed as a coeducational public research university wherein the student body comprises of a total of almost 19,000 students. It was ranked as the 2nd (1st among public institutions) for best undergraduate teachings at national universities as per U.S. News & World Report, in the year 2017. Miami University is internationally acclaimed for recruiting students from 78 countries and consistently works to enhance its diversity among the students. The outstanding faculties of Miami University play a vital role in shaping students to be the future of tomorrow. Robert Frost once described the campus as “the most beautiful campus there ever was” and Miami University lives up to this name till date, with its state-of-the-art campus and facilities that make it unique. It has been ranked the fifth best university for undergraduate teaching among national public universities by U.S. News. Miami University has also been ranked as the 22nd among state schools for bringing students directly from undergraduate studies into top graduate programs as per The Wall Street Journal. Brad Adamonis, C. Michael Armstrong, John Alexander Anderson and Charles Anderson are some significant personalities who attended Miami University. Presenting to you, a list of several famous celebrities who were once the students of Miami University.