Luke, who plans to major in business-economics, was determined to be a Miami RedHawk but Dominic – studying the same major as Luke - toyed with the idea of attending the University of South Carolina.
And Jonas, who is studying biology with a pre-medical studies co-major, was headed to Ohio State University but a Miami campus visit with his brothers dissuaded him.
Miami University President Gregory Crawford stopped in during freshman move in day last month to chat up the three Kellers.
Making friends as a freshman at college is easier, all three said, when you already have two buddies in your brothers.
“Being a triplet at Miami University is great,” said Luke. “We already have a built-in friend group here because whenever I want, I can call Dominic up or call Jonas up and say ‘hey, let’s hang out.’”
Jonas – the firstborn by 60 seconds - agreed, saying “we definitely like to mess around.”
“I have had a blast being a triplet here at Miami,” he said.
Dominic said “it’s great having two guys I already know here and hanging out with them, studying with them.”
“It’s always great to have your brothers at home and also at the same college where you go,” he said.