Your Student ID Card, called a Cane Card, is used for many purposes around the law school and campus such as checking out library books, and gaining entrance to the Wellness Center. You will also receive student discounts at local vendors by showing your Cane Card.
Cane Cards are not accessible until after the June 1 deposit has been submitted. Additional Cane Card information will be provided to admitted students after June 1.
The University requires that all students have health insurance while in law school.
There are two important steps to note:
1. Should you already have adequate alternative coverage, you must waive the University sponsored health insurance plan by logging on to myUM by July 25.
2. All students must submit an immunization form by August 22 to Student Health Services. Failure to comply with these immunization requirements prior to the beginning of your first semester will interfere with registration and a $50.00 late processing fee will be charged for any form received after the start of the semester.
Upon completion, return the form to:
Student Health Services
5513 Merrick Drive
Coral Gables, FL 33146
Click here for more detailed information, including fee information.
To park at the University of Miami, you will need to purchase a parking pass for a designated zone. To see where the zones are located, please click here.
More detailed information about parking and transportation at the University of Miami campus can be found at: www.miami.edu/parking
Please do not hesitate to contact the Parking and Transportation Department at 305-284-3096, option 1, or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions and/or concerns.
Included in your law school tuition and fees is a membership to the Wellness Center. You can gain admittance to the Wellness Center by showing your Cane Card.
Our IT experts will be on hand to help get you connected to our network and install printer drivers the week of orientation. Exact times and locations will be announced over the summer.
In the meantime, for more information about information technology related questions, please click here. Our Service Desk is eager to answer your technology related questions throughout the summer to prepare you for arrival on campus.
Laptops are not required although not surprisingly, many if not most students arrive at law school with laptops. Click here to find computer information and recommendations.
Our Office of Disability Services is well equipped to support you as a student of Miami Law. It is very important to contact this office during the summer if you plan to request accommodations for fall semester or determine eligibility for accommodations. Click here to learn more.
Do you want to live in a laid back environment or in a fast-paced urban setting? Are you willing to commute to the law school or are you looking to live less than a mile away? To help you understand the variety of housing options and neighborhoods, we have put together a video with testimonials about living in Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, South Miami, Brickell and Dadeland. Watch video.
See what it is like to study at UM and live in Miami. Click here to view tour.
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Click here to view a list of Miami community resources such as transportation, area bookstores, businesses and local culture.
Read about the benefits of studying at Miami Law and in the surrounding South Florida area.