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UC Blue Ash College is the largest regional college in Ohio.

It offers one of the best values in higher education with access to a nationally recognized University of Cincinnati education in nearly 50 degree and certificate programs, as well as tuition that is about half of most colleges and universities.

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Rigorousmy Academics first step Joseph Tran is the first in his family to go to

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Affordable Tuition At just $6,010 per year (full time)* or $251 per credit hour (part time)*, tuition at UC Blue Ash College is nearly half that of most surrounding colleges and universities. Get a nationally recognized University of Cincinnati education at a great value! * Costs based on in-state tuition. See complete fees, page 35.

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93%

A vast majority of graduates surveyed said UC Blue Ash helped them achieve their educational objectives.

92%

Our graduates are thoroughly satisfied – 92% say they would recommend UC Blue Ash to friends and family.

Individual Attention my place to shine As a graduate of Cincinnati’s School for Creative Here you’ll find faculty who know & Performing Arts, Mariah Emery is used to the your name, and tutors and spotlight, butadvisors, found she couldn’t thrive at a large She loves people, getting staffuniversity. members whoconnecting truly carewith about involved and making a difference – and discovered your journey. We understand that UC Blue Ash was just the place for her. our students come from a variety of It’s so easy so to get campus. And it’s really backgrounds, weinvolved meetonyou where helped me grow academically and professionally! you are and help you get where you want to be.

Our students come from so many backgrounds, with unique stories and dreams.

We make it possible. Whether you’re a first-time student, a first-generation You make it happen.

student, or someone who is looking to start over, UC Blue Ash College is the place for you.

UC Blue Ash College We make it possible. You make it happen.

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For 50 years, we’ve been making students’ educational dreams a reality.

5,065 STUDENTS

As the fourth largest college in the University of Cincinnati, our enrollment accounts for 11% of the university’s record-high student population.

135 ACRES

Our safe, park-like campus is located on 135 scenic acres in the heart of Blue Ash, Ohio.

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facts Student profile. Average student age: 24 Our fastest growing student age group is 20-24.

64% 36% Full-time students

Part-time students

58% 42% Female

Male

We are diverse. Our student population continues to grow in diversity. Caucasian/White: 60% African American: 21% Other/Unknown: 10% Asian: 3% Hispanic: 3% Multi-Race: 3% University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College

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it’s all about

academics UC Blue Ash provides an authentic University of Cincinnati education that’s both rigorous and relevant. You will have access to nearly 50 academic programs at our college and hundreds more at UC Uptown, many nationally ranked, all with opportunities for real-world learning.

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Number of students that made the dean’s list (GPA of 3.4 or higher) in 2015-16.

89%

Our graduates know the importance of a relevant education – 89% of grads surveyed said UC Blue Ash gave them skills directly applicable to their career.

Number of students that graduated with honors (GPA of 3.6 or higher) in 2016.

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LARGEST PROGRAMS BASED ON ENROLLMENT

Pre-Business Administration Pre-Health Professions Biological Sciences Psychology

50 academic programs. pathways to hundreds more. Health Care. Art. Science. Business. Humanities. Education. Technology. Whatever you’ve got a passion for, we’ve got a program to match.

You’ll earn a great education right here on our campus with dozens of associate, bachelor’s and certificate programs.

Learn about our new UC Blue Ash Honors Program We make it possible; you make it remarkable!

In fall 2017, we will induct our first group of students into the new UC Blue Ash College Honors Program, designed specifically for our most academically exceptional students.

This selective program is for our best and brightest students – those who are challenged by the academic rigor of our classes and who are consistent high-performers.

If you have a high school GPA of 3.2 and an ACT score of 25 or higher, you will be invited to join this selective group of students, and we’ll provide you with opportunities both in and out of the classroom that will enrich your education.

Our Honors students will enroll in specially designated classes where they’ll work with other top students in the college. They’ll participate in exciting experiential learning and leadership opportunities like study abroad, service learning, student ambassadorship, or peer mentoring to help them grow as students, leaders, and thinkers.

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Plus, our alignment with UC’s Uptown campus offers hundreds of options for advancing your education.

Being an Honors student at UCBA offers a wide range of benefits: Academic Rigor. Take two honors-designated classes with other outstanding students. Experiential Learning & Leadership. Participate in a wide-range of exciting opportunities to take learning beyond the classroom. Special Perks. Enjoy early priority registration for classes at UCBA. Honors Scholarships. Compete for scholarships available specifically for our Honors Program students. Prestige. Get featured in UCBA print and website promotions, as our best and brightest students! Plus, Honors designation is noted on students’ diplomas, and Honors students wear gold Honors cords in commencement.

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I’m here for four Kevin Diehl transferred to UC Blue Ash when his family moved from North Carolina to Cincinnati. Originally a Communication major, he recently changed his major to Pre-Business.

Some of my professors have really made an impact on me, and helped me hone in on what I want to do. Once he’s finished with his associate degree program, Kevin plans to stay at UC Blue Ash and complete his education with the Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Administration, one of two baccalaureate programs* offered at the college.

I just really love it here. And the option of completing my bachelor’s degree at Blue Ash is amazing. I can’t wait to get started! * UC Blue Ash currently offers two baccalaureate degree programs, the Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Administration and the fully online Bachelor’s in Radiation Science Technology.

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ama EDGEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL

Scholarships make it possible. Grace was chosen to speak at the UCBA Scholarship Luncheon where she received the UCBA Alumni Association scholarship.

My brother Koehl is my hero. Our bond is so strong, he doesn’t call me by name, he simply refers to me as ‘Best Friend’. 12

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azing grace “UC Blue Ash is a hidden gem but a lot of people are starting to know about it. It’s just a wonderful place to be.” Grace Meyer Pre-Medicine

When Grace Meyer graduated third in her high school class (with a 4.998 GPA), she already had big plans. Inspired by her little brother, Koehl, who has Down syndrome and has battled serious health issues, she is determined to become a pediatrician specializing in the treatment of developmental disorders.

Koehl is an inspiration. There are a lot of hoops he has to jump through on a daily basis that most people don’t. And I think it’s awesome that he does it with a smile on his face. Grace knows her path to becoming a pediatrician won’t be easy, but she’s determined to do so with a smile on her face as well. She exudes warmth and positivity, and her drive to achieve her dream is palpable.

I’ve been on the other side, as the family member of a patient. That’s why I’m so passionate about my career. One thing she knows for sure – UC Blue Ash is just the place she needs to be to make her dream a reality. She has continued to excel academically while taking on numerous leadership roles on campus, including Student Ambassador, Student Orientation Coordinator and Career Peer.

It’s been a great experience here – getting involved on campus. I’ve learned there’s a difference between being able to go to school and being able to go to school and really thrive.

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worth

bragging

SOMETHING TO

about

SMILE ABOUT

Our Dental Hygiene program has treated more than 1,000 local school children in need through our free UC Smiles program.

We offer a wide range of outstanding academic programs designed to challenge and inspire you.

MEDIATED

MINDS

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Each year, the college hosts the universitywide Mediated Minds conference, allowing undergraduate students to present research to their peers and professors.

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Students in our health care programs perform above national standards on post-graduation licensing exams.

Regional Student Production Awards

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RADIATING PERFECTION

Since 2003, over 99% of our Radiologic Technology graduates have passed the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists licensing exam on their first attempt.

YEARS RUNNING

Our Electronic Media students have been recognized by the Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

LEADERS OF THE PACK

In 2016, our students won more awards than any other participating school in the four-state region. University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College

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we made it happen. Our graduates are everywhere. You’ll find them in leadership roles around the corner and around the country. Meet some of our bright stars.

“There is no way I would be in the position I am in today without UC Blue Ash.” Lauren Altman Director of Training & Development, Thunderdome Restaurant Group 2016 UCBA Young Alumni Award Honoree

UC Blue Ash Made It Possible. Lauren Altman (Pre-Business, 2007) doesn’t tend to stay in one place very long. She has always been, as she calls it, “hyperactive”—which is how she first got started working in the bustling restaurant industry. While this sense of restlessness proved to be a challenge throughout school for Lauren, it suits her well now as she manages four restaurant con16

cepts (with 11 locations nationwide) including Bakersfield, The Eagle, and Krueger’s Tavern. I always knew I was smart, but I couldn’t prove it on paper. That changed at UC Blue Ash. My professors instilled the confidence I needed to advance my career. Lauren says her favorite part of what

she does is bringing people into the restaurant world and uncovering each individual’s unique skill set and abilities. While training new staff, she draws upon her experience at UCBA. It’s usually a classroom of 50, and I do it the same way as my UC Blue Ash professors. Like them, I try to teach in a way people will understand.

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20,000+ Our active community of alumni is more than 20,000 strong, and is a constant presence on campus through alumni mentoring programs, fundraising efforts and special events.

Alumni join with students, faculty, staff and community members each year to raise money for scholarships at our UC Blue Ash Dash 5K.

“I got the education I needed to soar.” Chris Hummer Computational Aerodynamicist, U.S. Air Force, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

Engineering Success. Taking Flight. Giving Back. Chris Hummer (Pre-Engineering, 2004) took a few years off after high school before attending college; he chose to start at UC Blue Ash because of the small class sizes. I took a study skills class my second semester at UCBA and it really set me up for success. It got me back into ‘learning mode’ and helped me adjust to the high level of college academics.

From there, Chris flourished at UC Blue Ash. He then continued on to earn his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from UC. A co-op experience at Wright-Patterson AFB turned into a full-time career that he’s enjoyed for 11 years. Today, he works on all types of aircraft for the Air Force, enhancing their aerodynamics to ensure optimal efficiency.

Chris continues to give back to his alma mater as an active member of the UC Blue Ash Alumni Council. The thing that inspired me the most to get back to UC Blue Ash is that it always felt like home. Even with the renovations and updates to the campus, it still feels the same when I’m there. University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College

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studying

abroad Since 1997, we have been offering our students the life-changing opportunity to study abroad. The trips range from two to four weeks, so they are manageable for busy schedules. Scholarships and grants are also available for eligible students.

UC Blue Ash Study Abroad

COUNTRIES

WE’VE VISITED Austria Belgium Canada Costa Rica Czech Republic England

France Germany Guadalupe Ireland Peru Poland “Our trip definitely taught me more about the environment, but also about the people of Costa Rica and the culture. It was amazing.” Brittany Jenkins 2016 Costa Rica Study Abroad

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Our academic programs reach out to the community through innovative partnerships and service programs.

Dental Hygiene grads Audrey Herman and Claire Tonnis took their education on the road. Shortly after graduating, they participated in a mission trip with Project Mañana to the Dominican Republic and provided free oral health exams to 200 patients in a rural village outside Santiago.

You could see the smiles on everyone’s faces when we were done treating them. They couldn’t stop smiling; that was very rewarding. The two say the education they received in the Dental Hygiene program at UC Blue Ash prepared them well for the experience in the Dominican Republic. It was demanding and at times stressful, but seeing how it prepared us for this amazing experience and for our professional careers makes it all worth it.

Claire Tonnis (left) and Audrey Herman (right) pose with members of the mission team.

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faculty 2/3

Two-thirds of our classes are taught by full-time faculty.

History professor, Dr. John McNay, was a Visiting Fellow in 2016 at the Norwegian Nobel Institute in Oslo, Norway.

For the Love of Learning.

Biology professor Amy Gultice enjoys learning as much as she loves teaching. Her research focuses on identifying factors for student success in her classroom and beyond, and she’s teamed with other professors to develop effective, engaging activities to teach complex scientific concepts. 20

Our faculty are leaders in their chosen fields and experts in the practice of teaching.

We have multiple Fulbright Scholars on our faculty who have traveled the world to conduct research.

PhD

Top 15 Vet Tech professor, Dr. Jennifer Wells, is rated a Top 15 Professor of Veterinary Technology in the U.S.

The majority of our faculty have earned their PhD or the terminal degree in their field of study.

Watching students become scholars is the most fulfilling part of my job. In my courses, students can see early on how what we are studying in the classroom applies to real-life situations, and this inspires them to learn.

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Dr. Gultice also helps set the direction of the college by serving on UC Blue Ash committees that have developed new programs to support student success.

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Exploration. Transformation. And all that Jazz. A native of Puerto Rico and part-time jazz saxophonist, Spanish professor Maria Ortiz brings a global perspective to her students’ learning. Dr. Ortiz is a vocal champion of the study abroad experience, and loves seeing her students return from a trip transformed.

On campus, she leads as a Diversity Scholars mentor and Vice-chair of the college’s Cultural Diversity Committee. In the classroom, her enthusiasm is contagious. Simply put, her students adore her. And the feeling is mutual.

I love the students here. They come from different backgrounds and paths in life and our supportive campus creates a unique community where they come together to learn and grow. Being witness to their achievements energizes me!

Research. Discussion. Personal Discovery. Behavioral Science professor Todd Callais is an avid researcher in the areas of criminology and media, and brought his passion to life on campus last year through the development of the Police+Race+Trust speakers series.

This unique series brought nationally recognized experts to UC Blue Ash for frank discussions about the role of police and race in our society and their depiction in the media.

More than anything, though, Dr. Callais loves helping students identify and research topics that they are passionate about. I quite enjoy guiding students through independent research projects. I have had a student win a prize in the student paper competition at the North Central Sociological Association for the last two years now.

The speaker series allowed my students to gain new perspectives on a topic that is near and dear to me. University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College

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connect. engage. learn. grow. Mariah Emery Communication Sciences & Disorders

THE SCHOOL FOR

CREATIVE ARTS

AND PERFORMING

As a graduate of Cincinnati’s School for Creative & Performing Arts, Mariah Emery is used to the spotlight. She loves connecting with people, getting involved and making a difference – and discovered UC Blue Ash was just the place for her.

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I’ve grown so much here. I feel like I am a different person – both personally and academically.

Getting involved on campus is so easy, and it’s by far the most fulfilling thing you’ll do!

Mariah has served as a Student Ambassador, Student Orientation Coordinator and Student Orientation Leader, and loves answering new students’ questions about how they can get involved.

What’s next? I’m already planning my path to graduate school to become a speech pathologist. I want to make a difference in people’s lives by doing meaningful work.

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Get engaged at UC Blue Ash. Student organizations, on-campus activities, leadership opportunities, art exhibits and more – there are so many ways to get involved.

Marcus Langford (second from left), with the Student Life & Engagement team.

Student Life & Engagement: Helping Students Forge Connections. Director of Student Engagement Marcus Langford couldn’t have a more rewarding job. I get to play a part in providing and supporting opportunities for learning, growth, and development for students while they are on a journey to become their best selves – it’s the best reward!

Research shows that students who are involved, engaged, and connected to their college community tend to graduate at a higher rate, with higher grades, and have a higher level of satisfaction with their collegiate experience. And it’s Marcus’s goal to help each student achieve that satisfaction.

His advice: Find a way to connect. Whether through a student organization, or simply through connecting with a professor or creating a study group, building relationships is key to success in college and beyond. University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College

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First generation support. First generation students are some of our favorites, because they often come to higher education with unmatched energy and excitement. Joseph Tran (Pre-Psychology) is a perfect example.

My experience as a first generation student has been challenging at times, but also very meaningful. I’ve learned to ask a lot of questions.

What drove me to college was the idea that I could grow up to be whoever I wanted to be and make an awesome life for myself because of my degree.

At UC Blue Ash, we’re glad to answer questions, offer guidance and make the college experience everything you expect it to be. In fact, many of our faculty and staff were first generation students themselves!

Joseph has utilized just about every resource the college offers – from academic labs to the advising office – to make that dream a reality.

Everyone here wants to see you succeed, but it’s up to you to make it happen.

all sorts of

support

Whether you need academic support, the challenge to excel, or just some guidance along the way, we’re here to help.

Our commitment to success. Our College Program for Academic Success (CPAS) is a conditional admission program that is designed for students who need additional support in adjusting academically to the college environment. This program is required for all incoming freshman who have a high school GPA of 2.2 or lower, or an ACT score of 15 or lower. (ACT scores are preferred for admission in the 2017-18 academic year and required for admission beginning with the 2018-19 academic year.)

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NEARLY

HALF OF OUR STUDENTS ARE

FIRST-GENERATION

Joseph Tran is the first in his family to go to college. He relies on the support services at UC Blue Ash to make his dream a reality.

COLLEGE STUDENTS

A first-generation student is defined as someone who is the first in his/her immediate family to attend college.

Academic Support

We provide free academic support through our various labs, where high-achieving students can quench their desire to learn and students who are struggling can receive the extra attention they need to succeed.

Disability Services

We provide students with any type of disability equal access and appropriate accommodations while participating in college courses, programs and activities.

Counseling Services

Adjusting to college life can be difficult. Our on-campus counseling services provide support and guidance to address our students’ needs.

Veteran Student Services

The Veteran Student Services office provides guidance, advocacy and outreach services for our veteran and active military student populations.

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Annabella and Antoni Rojas are twins from Valencia, Venezuela who came to the United States to pursue a college education. They toured the UC Uptown campus and also came to UC Blue Ash for a campus visit. The siblings have a special connection, like many twins, and often understand each other’s thoughts and feelings without speaking.

It’s difficult to explain, says Antoni, but we both knew immediately that UC Blue Ash was the right fit for us. They loved the welcoming campus, small class sizes and support services. And after meeting Nick Castro, UCBA’s Hispanic/Latino Affairs Coordinator, they knew they’d made the right choice.

Antoni is pursuing a degree in Sports Administration and hopes to work for ESPN. Annabella will be transitioning to UC’s College of Design, Art, Architecture and Planning (DAAP) to pursue a degree in Architecture.

The support we get at UC Blue Ash makes it possible for us to focus on our studies as we reach for our dreams. It’s definitely a win-win situation.

Nick has been a really big help in making the transition to living and studying in America. Thanks to Nick’s assistance, both Antoni and Annabella applied for and were awarded scholarships from the Greater Cincinnati Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

I was really excited to find out we both were receiving a scholarship. Venezuela’s economy is not very good, so this really helps us. It means a lot, says Annabella. We make it possible. The twins share an apartment in Clifton, but have no car. They ride our free shuttle every weekday* to UC Blue Ash. *Shuttle runs during spring and fall semesters.

Antoni Rojas Sports Administration

INTERNATIONAL MASON STUDENTS

HIGH SCHOOL VALENCIA,

VENEZUELA


Our international student population continues to grow, with students from dozens of countries around the world, including Ghana, Vietnam, Mexico, India and Saudi Arabia.

Hispanic/Latino Affairs

Hispanic/Latino Affairs helps to connect students from Hispanic/Latino cultures on our campus, providing a variety of programs and events throughout the year. From the annual Hispanic/Latino student welcome event to leadership workshops and monthly social gatherings, there is something for every student to get involved and become a member of the UCBA family.

Multicultural Affairs

Multicultural Affairs works to raise awareness of, and develop respect and appreciation for the diversity that exists on our campus and in the community. This office strives to meet the needs of our under-represented populations, while encouraging respect and appreciation for all people.

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explore our

campus Our campus is vibrant and exciting, offering plenty of space to connect, study, or grab a bite to eat.

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discover our

back yard Located just 20 miles north of downtown Cincinnati, Blue Ash offers a unique blend of small town charm, top-rated amenities, major employers, and big city access that makes it the perfect place to hang out.

A long list of great restaurants, free summer concerts, annual festivals and the state-of-the-art Blue Ash Recreation Center are just a few of the attractions.

Business Connections. Right here in Blue Ash. With more than 2,400 companies, Blue Ash is the region’s second-largest employer, an economic force that trails only downtown Cincinnati.

That means our students have access to employment, internships, coops and business connections from leaders in information technology, bio health, consumer products, brand development and more.

Summit Park

Spanning 130-acres, and just around the corner from UC Blue Ash, the city’s newest park boasts a performance pavilion, restaurants, an observation tower, ice skating rink, and many other recreational facilities.

Blue Ash Recreation Center

UC Blue Ash students can take advantage of a special student membership at the state-of-the-art rec center, less than a mile from campus. www.blueash.com


“I love being a part of the action.” CeJay Henson Organizational Leadership, Spanish

An athlete and involved student in high school, CeJay Henson chose to attend UC’s Uptown campus because he wanted to get the full college experience.

But when I discovered UC Blue Ash, I realized it offered the advantages that were a good fit for me while still getting the full college experience through extracurricular activities. For CeJay, UC Blue Ash was a great environment to learn. The small class sizes and individualized help from professors keep him focused on his degree, while the close connection with the Uptown campus allows him to be a part of the action as a collegiate cheerleader.

The experience is like no other. Knowing you have an entire university behind you gives you a great sense of what it’s like to be a Bearcat... a great sense of family.

OAK HILLS HIGH SCHOOL

Being a UC student at Blue Ash was one of the best decisions I ever made. Close connections. A warm welcome. Being a Bearcat. That’s what keeps him going.

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UC

As a student at UC Blue Ash, you’ll experience personal attention and a supportive environment at our suburban Blue Ash campus, while enjoying the opportunity to be a part of something bigger. Experience all that comes with being a UC student!

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Our proximity with UC’s Uptown campus makes it easy for students to participate in activities, organizations and events on both campuses. World-class Libraries

UC’s library system gives students access to extensive online and print resources to meet their research needs. Plus, the OhioLINK system enables students to access resources from other universities throughout the state.

Exhibitions and Performances

Events abound on UC’s Uptown campus throughout the year, with concerts, exhibitions and performances by local and world-renowned artists and performers.

we are UC smart

Each year, hundreds of students transition from UC Blue Ash to the UC Uptown campus. Their performance after transition speaks volumes about the level of preparation they receive from our college.

Student Organizations

The Student Activities & Leadership Development office, in cooperation with several annual student boards, oversees the annual registration of over 300 student organizations, offering diverse opportunities for all kinds of interests and involvement.

Fraternities & Sororities

Fraternities and sororities provide lasting friendships, strong academic support, a solid network, as well as valuable lessons in how to lead and serve. The UC Fraternity and Sorority Community consists of 22 fraternities and 11 sororities – all of them internationally affiliated.

Nationally recognized Bearcat athletics

The University of Cincinnati is proud to support athletes competing in more than a dozen intercollegiate sports.

Our number of transition students continues to rise each year.

767 614 558

Fall 2015 Transition Students

Fall 2014 Transition Students

2.92 Average GPA for UC Blue Ash students in their 1st semester after transitioning to UC Uptown.

Fall 2013 Transition Students

UC Club Sports

Alpine Race Team • Badminton • Baseball • Billiards • Bowling • Cricket • Cycling • Equestrian • Fencing • Golf • Handball • Ice Hockey • Inline Hockey • Kendo • Lacrosse • Martial Arts • Mountaineering • Pershing Rifles • Racquetball • Rowing • Rugby • Running • Shotokan Karate • Soccer • Table Tennis • Tennis • Ultimate Frisbee • Volleyball • Water Polo • Waterski • Wrestling

Campus Recreation Center

UC’s Campus Recreation Center is a state-of-the-art fitness and recreation facility with more than 200,000 square feet of recreation space for students, employees and friends of the university.* UC Blue Ash students may also take advantage of a discounted student membership at the Blue Ash Recreation Center, just a mile from campus. blueash.org *Membership fee may apply.

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We have countless stories of students like Eric Broyles (Pre-Business Administration, 1990) who found his inspiration at UC Blue Ash and went from a struggling student to graduating with honors from UC Uptown and in the top of his class at the University of Virginia School of Law. Our commitment to rigorous academics prepared him for the next steps on his journey.

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taking my

next step Many of our students, like Amber England, choose to transition to UC’s Uptown campus after the completion of an associate degree. Seamless transitions are important to us, and seeing our students succeed in all that they do is the best reward we could ask for. That’s why we do everything we can to prepare our students – academically and beyond – to achieve their goals.

“UC Blue Ash prepared me very well for my next step. My advisor listened to my goals and dreams, and helped me understand each step of my journey.” Amber England Psychology, McMicken College of Arts & Sciences

“All my credits transferred. It was so easy.”

Anastassia Jenjebir Pharmacy, James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy

Rigorous academics. High-quality academic programs prepare our students to continue their education with the skills they need to succeed.

“Transitioning to Uptown was a natural next step.”

Seamless transitions. Our transition-oriented associate degree programs are designed to align directly with dozens of baccalaureate programs at UC’s Uptown campus, without the loss of credits.

Wilson Cochran International Affairs/Arabic, McMicken College of Arts & Sciences A smart choice. Many students take advantage of the dramatic cost savings our low tuition offers before continuing on to their chosen program. University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College

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See the value.

UC BLUE ASH TUITION & FEES PART-TIME

FULL-TIME

FULL-TIME

$221

$2,637

$5,274

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233

466

ITIE Fee (Information Technology) Ohio Resident Total* Non-Resident Surcharge

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135

270

$251

$3,005

$6,010

366

4,399

8,798

$617

$7,404

$14,808

PART-TIME

FULL-TIME

FULL-TIME

BTAS Ohio Resident Total*

$319

$3,836

$7,672

BTAS Non-Resident Total*

$736

$8,834

$17,668

BRST Ohio Resident Total*

$466

$5,575

$11,150

BRST Non-Resident Total*

$481

$5,755

$11,510

Non-Resident Total*

UCBA Bachelor’s Programs

(per cr. hr.)

(per term)

(per year)

UCBA ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Technical & Applied Studies (BTAS)

Bachelor of Radiation Science Technology (BRST)

UCBA BTAS UCBA BRST BACHELOR’S ONLINE DEGREE BACHELOR’S PROGRAM DEGREE PROGRAM

$11,000

General Fee (includes parking)

(per year)

$11,150

Instructional Fee

(per term)

$7,672

(per cr. hr.)

$6,010

UCBA Standard Programs

UC UPTOWN

*Tuition and fees are for 12-18 hours per semester. This does not include additional costs such as books, lab/college/program fees, the first year student success fee and health insurance premiums. Some UCBA technology and health care programs may have additional program fees. Visit www.ucblueash.edu/fees for complete details. UCBA students registering as part-time students with Uptown campus courses will be charged appropriate Uptown campus fees. Full time students matriculated at UCBA pay full-time UCBA fees; however, if taking 7 or more credit hours of Uptown courses, students will be charged a differential fee. Fees are subject to change by the UC Board of Trustees.

FUNDING YOUR EDUCATION Scholarships Academic Achievement Scholarship The Academic Achievement Scholarship is awarded automatically to incoming freshmen, who have not previously attended another college or university as a degree-seeking student, with a final 3.2 minimum (unweighted) high school GPA, who enroll as a full-time, degree-seeking student at our campus. To be considered for the scholarship, a completed admission application (to include transcript & application fee) must be received by December 1 of their senior year and a completed admission confirmation must be received on or before May 1. The University of Cincinnati must receive an official, final high school transcript showing date of graduation by July 1. The scholarship totals $1,000 ($500 fall semester/$500 spring semester). Provided that the student successfully completes** a minimum of 12 credit hours with at least a 3.0 semester GPA during their fall semester as a full-time, degreeseeking student at UCBA, the student would remain eligible for the scholarship during their spring semester as a full-time, degree-seeking student at UCBA. This scholarship is only valid during the first year (2 semesters) of attendance as a degree-seeking student. * Available to incoming freshmen who graduated from high school within the last calendar year. ** Grades of F, I, UW, W, X, NP, U, T, UP, and NG are not considered successful completion.

Other UCBA Scholarships Over $75,000 in scholarships are available to UCBA students each year! ucblueash.edu/scholarships

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Grants Awarded based on need, grants do not require repayment. Find our list of grant programs at: financialaid.uc.edu/aid/grants.html Loans Federal Perkins Loan • Federally funded long-term loan awarded by UC • Based on financial need; early aid application • Five percent fixed interest deferred while enrolled; repayment begins nine months after less than half-time enrollment • Amount: $2,100 Federal Subsidized & Unsubsidized Direct Loans • Max. combined amounts based on need:

Freshman Sophomore Junior/Senior

Dependent Student $5,500 $6,500 $7,500

Independent Student $9,500 $10,500 $12,500

Federal Subsidized Direct Loan • Federally funded long-term certified and transmitted by UC; choice of amount • Based on financial need • Fixed interest rate 3.76% deferred while enrolled; repayment begins six months after less than half-time enrollment (effective 7/16-6/17) Federal Unsubsidized Direct Loan • Federally funded long-term loan certified and transmitted by UC; choice of amount • Any student may borrow • Same as Subsidized Stafford except for interest: choice of paying interest while enrolled or allowing it to capitalize onto principal

Federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) • Federally funded long-term loan certified and transmitted by UC; choice of amount • Parent/Step-parent of dependent student; credit approval following completion of promissory note • Maximum amount cannot exceed budgeted cost of attendance less other aid • Fixed interest rate 6.31%, repayment begins 60 days after loan disbursed (effective 7/16-6/17) Work Study/Federal Work-Study • Federally subsidized employment program awarded by UC • Based on financial need; early aid application • Earning eligibility to $3,000 • Will receive biweekly paycheck based on hours worked; hourly wage depends on job responsibilities Financial Aid Application Students interested in applying for financial aid must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The free form is available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. You should complete the FAFSA form online as soon after October 1 as possible. Because some aid programs are awarded on a first-come, firstserved basis, an early application receives priority consideration for limited funding sources. You will need to list UC’s Title IV Code (003125) when filling out the FAFSA to ensure that UC’s Financial Aid office receives your information. Also remember that applying for financial aid is an annual process.

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choose your path Career-Oriented Associate Degree Programs

Career-oriented programs prepare students for entrance into specific careers after two years of study. These programs are designed to help you begin your professional career after earning your associate degree. Applied Graphic Communication

Information Technology

Administrative Management Technology

Medical Assisting Services

Business Management Technology

Nursing, RN Technology

Dental Hygiene Technology

Radiologic Technology

Electronic Media Technology

Veterinary Technology

Career-oriented programs align with our Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Administration (BTAS), but don’t always align with bachelor’s programs at the UC Uptown campus. If you plan to eventually pursue a bachelor’s degree at UC Uptown or another university, all credits may not transfer and you may have to take additional coursework.

Transition-Oriented Associate Degree Programs

Transition-oriented programs provide students with the first two years of their education before transitioning into a baccalaureate program at our college, the UC Uptown campus, or another college or university. UC Blue Ash College is accredited and closely aligned with UC’s academic requirements, making it easy for all of your credits to transfer into a bachelor’s program. Advanced Medical Imaging Technology (Pre)

History

Applied Graphic Communication

Information Technology

Biological Sciences

Liberal Arts

Business Administration (Pre)

Medical Laboratory Science (Pre)

Chemistry

Middle Childhood Education

Chemistry-ACS

Mortuary Science (Pre)

Communication

Nursing, RN Technology

Communication Sciences and Disorders (Pre)

Organizational Leadership (Pre)

Criminal Justice (Pre)

Psychology

Early Childhood Education (Pre)

Pharmacy (Pre)

Electronic Media Technology

Secondary Education (Pre)

English

Social Work (Pre)

Health Education (Pre)

Sport Administration (Pre)

Health Sciences (Pre)

2+2 Bachelor’s Degree Programs

Many students choose to earn their bachelor’s degree entirely on our campus. We offer a convenient 2+2 approach, where students first earn their associate degree, then seamlessly continue their education in one of these baccalaureate programs. Applied Administration

Radiation Science Technology


Choose from nearly 50 academic degree and certificate programs:

Applied Graphic Communication Biological Sciences Chemistry

ART, COMMUNICATION & SCIENCE PROGRAMS

Chemistry–ACS

Clinical Research Communication English History Law (Pre)

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Mortuary Science (Pre)

BUSINESS, LEADERSHIP & ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMS

Accountancy Applied Administration+

Business Management Technology Accounting Financial Services Management Marketing Real Estate

Sport Administration (Pre) Early Childhood Education (Pre)

EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Middle Childhood Education (Pre) Language Arts & Math Language Arts & Natural Science Language Arts & Social Studies Math & Natural Science Social Studies & Math Social Studies & Natural Science

Secondary Education (Pre) • Chemistry • Life Sciences • Social Studies & History

Secondary Education (Pre) • Language Arts • Math

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BACHELOR’S DEGREE

Career Programs:

Career-oriented associate degrees prepare you for entrance into specific careers after two years of study.

Transition to: McMicken College of Arts & Sciences – complete Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry Transition to: McMicken College of Arts & Sciences – complete Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry Provides certification for students who already hold a bachelor’s degree. Transition to: McMicken College of Arts & Science – complete bachelor’s degree in Communication Transition to: McMicken College of Arts & Science – complete bachelor’s degree in English Transition to: McMicken College of Arts & Science – complete bachelor’s degree in History

Transition to: McMicken College of Arts & Sciences – complete bachelor’s degree in a variety of non-science majors, such as English, Environmental Studies, French, German Studies, History, Liberal Arts, Math, Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology, Spanish, Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies, and others. Specialized area of study provides an extra credential upon graduation.

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Organizational Leadership (Pre)

Transition-oriented associate degrees are aligned with specific bachelor’s degree programs at UC Colleges.

Transition to: McMicken College of Arts & Sciences – complete bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences

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Business Administration (Pre)

Transition Programs:

Begin your career: Graphic Designer, Production Artist Transition to: College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning—after first year may apply to the bachelor’s program in Communication Design. **

Media Criticism & Journalism

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WHERE IT’LL TAKE YOU

Pre-professional track. Choose Liberal Arts.

Liberal Arts

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ASSOCIATE DEGREE

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE

ONE-YEAR CERTIFICATE

UC Blue Ash College Degree & Certificate Programs

WHAT YOU’LL EARN NON-DEGREE

CHOOSE A PROGRAM

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Transfer to: Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science (CCMS) – complete bachelor’s degree in Mortuary Science

Provides certification for students who already hold a bachelor’s degree Advance your career: Communication, community & leadership skills Transition to: Carl H. Lindner College of Business – complete Bachelor of Business Administration degree** Begin your career: Entry level accounting positions Begin your career: Insurance Agent, Customer Service Rep, Financial Planning Begin your career: Business Manager Begin your career: Retail Sales, Sales Promotion, Sales Management Begin your career: Real Estate Agent / Broker Transition to: McMicken College of Arts & Sciences – complete bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership Transition to: College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH) – complete bachelor’s degree in Sport Administration**

Transition to: College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH) – complete bachelor’s degree in Education** A bachelor’s degree in education is the minimum educational requirement for entering the teaching profession. These programs provide the first two years toward completion of the corresponding bachelor’s degree at the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services (CECH).** Students must be admitted into the CECH cohort through a selective admissions process for completion of the bachelor’s degree and teacher licensure.

These one-year programs (non-degree) provide the first year of the baccalaureate program at the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services (CECH). Students completing the first year must apply to and be accepted into the program at CECH.

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Visit ucblueash.edu/academics for program details and requirements.

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Communication Sciences and Disorders (Pre) Dental Hygiene Technology* Dentistry (Pre)

HEALTH CARE PROGRAMS

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Apply via Pre Health Professions.

• Medical Assisting & Medical Billing

Medical Laboratory Science (Pre) Medicine (Pre)

Nursing, LPN–RN

Pharmacy (Pre) Radiation Science Technology (fully online)

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Radiologic Technology* Apply via Pre Health Professions.

Veterinary Technology*

SOCIAL SCIENCE PROGRAMS TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

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Deaf Studies Psychology Social Work (Pre)

Broadcast Media

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Electronic Media Technology Information Technology Interactive Web Multimedia

Pre-professional track. Choose Biological Sciences, Chemistry, or Health Sciences (Pre). Transition to: College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH) – complete bachelor’s degree in Health Education** Students wishing to apply into the Dental Hygiene, Nursing and Radiologic Technology programs must apply via the Health Professions (Pre) track. Transition to: College of Allied Health Sciences – complete bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences** Begin your career: Medical Assistant, Medical Billing Specialist Specialized area of study provides an extra credential upon graduation. Transition to: College of Allied Health Sciences – complete bachelor’s degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences**

Begin your career: Registered Nurse or Transition to: College of Nursing – complete bachelor’s degree in RN–BSN Mobility Program Pathway to advance your career: Registered Nurse. Must have LPN license at time of application. A second, selective admission process is required to enter the Nursing Tech program.

Transition to: College of Pharmacy – apply to the PharmD program**

Advance your career: Supervisory role in radiation science field

This is a fully online baccalaureate program. For program requirements and complete details, call 866-665-4187 to speak with an enrollment advisor.

Begin your career: Radiologic Technologist Begin your career: Veterinary Technician or continue in a Veterinary Technologist program. Pre-professional track. Choose Biological Sciences, Chemistry, or Health Sciences (Pre).

Criminal Justice (Pre)

Animation

Career-oriented associate degrees prepare you for entrance into specific careers after two years of study.

Begin your career: Dental Hygienist

Apply via Pre Health Professions.

Veterinary Medicine (Pre)

Career Programs:

Pre-professional track. Choose Biological Sciences, Chemistry, or Health Sciences (Pre).

Nursing, RN Technology*

Apply via Pending Vet Tech.

Transition-oriented associate degrees are aligned with specific bachelor’s degree programs at UC Colleges.

Transition to: College of Allied Health Sciences – complete bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders**

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Health Sciences (Pre) Medical Assisting Services*

Transition Programs:

Transition to: College of Allied Health Sciences – complete bachelor’s degree in Advanced Medical Imaging Technology**

Health Education (Pre) Health Professions (Pre)

WHERE IT’LL TAKE YOU

For students who have not selected a program, Exploratory Studies provides core classes for the first year of study before transitioning into selected program.

Advanced Medical Imaging Technology (Pre)

Apply via Pre Health Professions.

BACHELOR’S DEGREE

ASSOCIATE DEGREE

Exploratory Studies (Undecided)

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE

UC Blue Ash College Degree & Certificate Programs

ONE-YEAR CERTIFICATE

WHAT YOU’LL EARN NON-DEGREE

CHOOSE A PROGRAM

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Transition to: College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH) – complete bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Provides certification for students who already hold a bachelor’s degree Transition to: McMicken College of Arts & Sciences – complete bachelor’s degree in Psychology Transition to: College of Allied Health Sciences – complete bachelor’s degree in Social Work** Specialized area of study provides an extra credential upon graduation.

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+ Associate degree in Applied or Technical Studies from an accredited institution required to apply to this program. * Due to highly-competitive selective admissions with many of our health care professions, Dental Hygiene, Medical Assisting Services, Nursing, and Radiologic Technology applicants must apply via the Pre Health Professions program. Veterinary Technology applicants must apply via the Pending Vet Tech program. Please contact the department for detailed information.

Specialized area of study provides an extra credential upon graduation. Begin your career: Publishing, TV, Advertising, Photography, Motion Pictures Transition to: College Conservatory of Music (CCM)** Begin your career: Computer Networking, Database Management Transition to: College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services** Specialized area of study provides an extra credential upon graduation. ** The following colleges or programs within them have selective admissions or specific GPA requirements: College of Allied Health Sciences; College Conservatory of Music; College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services; College of Design, Art, Architecture, and Planning; College of Pharmacy; and Lindner College of Business. Transition eligibility is not guaranteed.


ready to apply? We offer three types of admission opportunities at UC Blue Ash College.

UC Blue Ash Honors Program This selective program is for our best and brightest students – those who are challenged by the academic rigor of our classes and who are consistent high-performers. Requirements include a high school GPA of 3.2 or higher and an ACT score of 25 or higher.

General Admission UC Blue Ash is an open admission institution, providing access to higher education to most prospective students with a high school diploma or the equivalent. An ACT score is also preferred for admission in the 2017-18 academic year and it will be a requirement as part of the admission process beginning with the 2018-19 academic year.

College Program for Academic Success (CPAS) CPAS is a conditional admission program that is designed for students who need additional support in adjusting to college academics. CPAS admission is for fall and spring semesters only. It is required for all incoming freshman students who have a high school GPA of 2.2 or lower, or an ACT score of 15 or lower. Please note that there are only 200 spots available in the CPAS program; if you meet the profile for this program you are strongly encouraged to apply by May 1, 2017. ACT scores are preferred for admission in the 2017-18 academic year and required for admission beginning with the 2018-19 academic year.


Admission Checklist STEP 1: APPLY

Submit application at ucblueash.edu/apply and pay the $50 application fee. Have official high school transcript (or GED diploma), ACT scores (preferred for all students, required for Honors Program), and any previous college transcripts sent to: University of Cincinnati, Office of Admissions, PO Box 210091, Cincinnati, OH 45221-0091. After graduation, have final, official transcript sent. Students who were home-schooled follow the same application process as all other applicants. To be considered, home-schooled students must submit with their application materials: a transcript, showing course grades; a detailed curriculum, including course content descriptions; a copy of the superintendent release form authorizing home-schooling; and any other requested documentation.

STEP 2: CONFIRM Once you have been accepted (check your status

online to track application progress by visiting admissions.uc.edu/status), complete the Admissions

Confirmation Form at ucblueash.edu/confirm and pay the $50 matriculation fee.

STEP 3: TEST Schedule and complete placement tests for Math and English. Find detailed information at

APPLYING TO UC BLUE ASH Admission Guidelines

UCBA is an open admission institution, providing access to higher education to most with a high school diploma or the equivalent. The college’s open admission policy allows students to enter any academic semester: fall, spring or summer. Beginning with the fall 2018 semester, ACT results will be required to be considered for admission to UC Blue Ash College. Find detailed admission information on our website: ucblueash.edu/admissions.

Admission Deadlines

Applications must be submitted by the following deadlines:

Application Deadlines

Confirmation Deadlines

2017-18 academic year: Fall: July 1, 2017 Spring: November 15, 2017 Summer: March 15, 2018

2017-18 academic year: Fall: August 1, 2017 Spring: December 15, 2017 Summer: April 15, 2018

2016-17 academic year: Spring: November 15, 2016 Summer: March 15, 2017

2016-17 academic year: Spring: December 15, 2016 Summer: April 15, 2017

SCHEDULE A CAMPUS VISIT

Campus visits are by appointment only and can be scheduled by completing an online reservation form at ucblueash.edu/visit or by calling (513) 745-5700. All campus visits are in a group setting and include an information session as well as a campus tour. The information session will brief you on major/ program offerings, the application process, resources available, student life opportunities and the financial aid process. Campus visits are offered three days a week for your convenience. We offer sessions on Mondays 2-3:30 p.m., Wednesdays 5-6:30 p.m., and Fridays 10-11:30 a.m.

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TAKING THE ACT

STEP 4: ORIENTATION Register for and attend a required orientation session. Find details at ucblueash.edu/orientation.

Financial Aid Checklist Complete a FAFSA online at fafsa.ed.gov. UC FAFSA code is 003125. Allow 4-6 weeks for processing.

Once you receive your Student Aid Report (SAR), review for corrections. If none are needed, keep in a file for future use. Once you have been admitted and you receive your SAR, check onestop.uc.edu for your aid status. Once your aid has been accepted, complete loan counseling, and sign promissory notes online by visiting onestop.uc.edu.

Preferred for admission to UC Blue Ash in 2017. REQUIRED for admission to UC Blue Ash in 2018.

WHY TAKE THE ACT?

• Honors Program consideration • Scholarship consideration • Potential placement test exemption • Improve transition/transfer probability • Increase academic and support opportunities

Notice of Non-Discrimination The University of Cincinnati does not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, age, sexual orientation, veteran status or gender identity and expression in its programs and activities. The university does not tolerate discrimination, harassment, or retaliation on these bases and takes steps to ensure that students, employees, and third parties are not subject to a hostile environment in university programs or activities. The university responds promptly and effectively to allegations of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. It promptly conducts investigations and takes appropriate action, including disciplinary action, against individuals found to have violated its policies, as well as provides appropriate remedies to complainants and the campus community. The university takes immediate action to end a hostile environment if one has been created, prevent its recurrence, and remedy the effects of any hostile environment on affected members of the campus community.

UC is committed to the ideal of universal Web accessibility and strives to provide an accessible Web presence that enables all university community members and visitors full access to information provided on its websites. Every effort has been made to make these pages as accessible as possible in accordance with the applicable guidelines. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding discrimination, harassment, or retaliation based on disability, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, age and veteran status: Section 504, ADA, Age Act Coordinator 340 University Hall, 51 Goodman Drive Cincinnati, OH 45221-0039 513-556-6381; HRONESTP@ucmail.uc.edu The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding discrimination, harassment, or retaliation based on sex, sexual orientation, gender, and gender identity or expression: Title IX Coordinator 3115 Edwards 1, 45 Corry Blvd. Cincinnati, OH 45221 513-556-3349; title9@ucmail.uc.edu

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