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University of Cincinnati

Want to learn more about college transition and exploration of majors at the University of Cincinnati?  Check out this link for more information and videos from UC faculty and staff on the transition from UC exploration into selective & competitive UC majors. Also helpful for transferring students coming to UC. 

The University of Cincinnati is a public research university with over 46,000 students located across three campuses in Cincinnati, Ohio (about 2 hours southwest of Columbus).  The university has colleges of medicine, law, and pharmacy, in addition to engineering, business, and prestigious colleges of design, art, architecture, and planning, and the conservatory of music.   It was founded in 1818 and has over 400 degree programs.   UC has degree programs on its main campus near downtown Cincinnati, at two campuses in suburban Cincinnati, and online.   University of Cincinnati

Information about transfer admission to UC
Information about transfer credit and transfer student advising at UC

-Transfer Equivalency Database: Find out how your credits transfer to UC .  Use this link:

Information about UC's distance learning degrees and admission
Information on scholarships for transfer students

Information about admission to selective entry programs:

Music and Theater (CCM)
Design, Art, Architecture, and Planning (DAAP)

Contact Information

For more information regarding transfer to the University of Cincinnati, please click the link below for contact options. Virtual, in-person, email, and phone options are available:

Transfer & Transition Advising Contact Information


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Ohio Guaranteed Transfer Pathways- A student who completes the associated AA or AS Bachelor's Degree Transfer major at Columbus State can follow the OGTP for the same major at the University of Cincinnati. The University of Cincinnati offers the following OGTPs for these Columbus State majors:

BusinessEnglishPhilosophyPolitical SciencePsychology (AA)

Coming Soon: Anthropology, Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Geology, History, Mathematics (AA to BA), Mathematics (AA to BS), Physics, Sociology