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The Hub refers to your financial accounts as Accounts, but across the rest of the University these are called Indexes. (Source: www.miamioh.edu Financial accounts are used to transact using university services as well as with outside vendors through Buyway. Student organizations may request to have a financial account set up by filling out the request form. To be qualified for an account, your organization must have an advisor listed on the Hub, and a minimum of 10 members. This index hold funds designated to your organization by the University. UD indexes are given to organizations that are affiliated with a department on campus, or regional organizations. Event registration is submitted and processed through the Hub’s event module. With proper planning, this process gives student organizations the opportunity to reserve on-campus and off-campus locations and to receive services from university’s departments such as Miami Catering, the Print Center, and the Sign Shop.

This may be the most famous of the Miami University legends. Related to the Upham Arch superstition is the term “Miami Mergers.” This term is used to describe a marriage between two Miami graduates. As a way to recognize these mergers, Miami sends them a Valentine’s Day card every year they are married, a tradition that started in 1973. Miami has an unusually large number of students who marry each other, approximately 14%, compared to 3–4% for other colleges and universitiesFacilities, Physical (May 24, 2005). "Upham Hall". Miami University. Archived from the original on July 19, 2011. Retrieved November 22, 2010. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

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The event pass is similar to a mobile boarding pass. It’s unique to each user and it’s tied to their Hub account. Users DO NOT need to download an app to be checked in; only administrators who are checking users in are required to have the app. Financial accounts are used to transact using university services as well as with outside vendors through Buyway. Student organizations may request to have a financial account set up by filling out the request form. To be qualified for an account, your organization must have an advisor listed on the Hub, and a minimum of 10 members. )Each Miami student is automatically assigned a unique QR Code. You can find your code through The Hub by logging in and selecting your name (Event Pass is the first option) or loading Corq the official mobile app for The Hub, and selecting your profile.

View your organizations transaction history by going to the Finance tab on the Hub, and selecting Accounts. Select Transactions to view all the transaction history for this index, and select each Trans # to view transaction details.Student Organizations are to use Buyway in order to process all transactions. There are only two individuals who have access to transact within Buyway, the Treasurer and the Advisor of the Organization. In order for the treasurer and advisor to be set up in Buyway, they must first be added to the HUB, and treasurers must go through a mandatory Treasurer Training. Event registration is submitted and processed through the Hub’s event module. With proper planning, this process gives student organizations the opportunity to reserve on-campus and off-campus locations and to receive services from university’s departments such as Miami Catering, the Print Center, and the Sign Shop. (Source: www.miamioh.edu)

 

 

 

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