Miami University's Charter Day Ball 2018

Here in Oxford, Ohio, Miami University fills the small town with positive energy and many fun things to do! In a town where Miami students engage as residents and residents regularly interact with the students, there is a deep connection between the university and the town. Every three years we get to remember and appreciate the chartering of Miami University and the positive impact it made on our small town by a fancy night of celebrating with the Miami community at the triennial Charter Day Ball!

This year's Charter Day Ball is Saturday, February 17 from 8:00 pm to 1:00 am at Millett Hall

So find your fanciest outfit and those dancing shoes because Miami University’s Charter Day Ball is back! Charter Day Ball is a triennial event that celebrates Miami University's chartering in 1809. Miami University students, staff and alumni are all invited to campus for a night that’s sure to be a memorable one! Enjoy a night of dancing, hors d'oeuvre, entertaining musical performances and some spirited Miami camaraderie!

Want to really make an event out of this special night? Pick up a flower bouquet for your loved one at the Oxford Flower Shop and come uptown for a nice meal at one of Oxford's favorite locally-owned restaurants. Don't have a date? That's fine too! Find a group of friends and bring your a-game for some fun dancing!

To get you in the spirit of Charter Day Ball, enjoy some photos from Miami University’s most recent Charter Day Ball in 2015. For more information about the ball and to purchase tickets, please click here.

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