Motto: Juncta Juvant and Alta Petit
Web Address: www.uc.edu
Twitter and Instagram: @uofcincy
Nationally recognized Lindner College of Business with Co-Op and Internship opportunities.
Big school but with beautiful campus that is very easy to get around.
Scholarship opportunities that save money.
Ability to take courses that suit my major instead of gen ed classes.
Hilliard to University of Cincinnati
114 miles from Hilliard to the University of Cincinnati
1 hr and 47 min to get to the University of Cincinnati
The Business Program:
25,054 Undergraduate Students / 11,033 Graduate Students
50% Female / 50% Male
Among the nation's elite for co-op and internships: earned the university its spot on the short list of the nation's best 22 schools for co-ops and internships.
University of Cincinnati students earn a collective $63 million annually, working in about 6,000 co-op placements for about 1,800 local, regional, national and international employers.
The city of Cincinnati is a hub of innovation that attracts top talent from all over the world with Fortune 100 heavyweights like P&G, Toyota, GE Aviation, Kroger, Macy’s and Fifth Third.
Top basketball team and promising, up-and-coming football team.
Lindner College of Business
135th National University
64th Public School
Top 22 in Cooperative Education
63rd College of Business
Early Action Deadline: December 1st
Regular Admission Deadline: March 1st
Average GPA: 3.48 on 4.0 Scale
Class Rank: Top tenth: 21%, Top quarter: 47%, Top half: 83%, Bottom half: 17%
Average ACT Score: 26
Average SAT Score: 1682
Letters of Recommendation: 1 Required for some Freshmen
Interview: Not Required
Calhound Hall, Campus Recreation Center Hall, Dabney Hall, Daniels Hall, Morgens Hall, Schneider Hall, Sciota Hall, Siddall Hall, Stratford Heights, Turner Hall, University Park Appartments
All rooms are fully-furnished for each person. Rooms include air conditioning, heat, high-speed Internet access, one micro-fridge unit and cable TV service.
All halls feature a laundry room, study lounge, snack vending machines, full fire protection system and 24-hour security.
Coed residence hall that houses 680 students on 12 floors in quads, triple, double and single rooms.
Calhoun Hall - 240 Calhoun Street
Renovated and offers fresh, apartment style living for UC students with on-campus convenience and houses a total of 456 students.
Was ranked #9 on design curial's list of America's Most Luxurious Residence Halls.
Morgens Hall - 2931 Scioto Lane
Morgens Hall - 2 Person Small
Morgens Hall - 2 Person Studio
Morgens Hall - 3 Person, 2 Bedroom
Morgens Hall - 8 Person, 5 Bedroom
Cost of Attending
Application Fee: $50
Tuition for in-state: $11,000 / Tuition for out-of-state: $26,334
Room and Board: $10,964
Food Plans: $4,388 on Average
Books and Supplies: $1,500
Other Expenses: $4,538
Cost of attendance for in-state: $28,002 / Cost of attendance for out-of-state: $43,334
Swipe your UC ID/Bearcat Card and eat. You can use your Bearcat Card dollars to eat at cafés and restaurants conveniently located throughout the uptown campus.
Unlimited: Unlimited dine-in meal swipes at $4,406 per year.
186 Block Plan: Averages 12 meals/week at $4,370
Campus Dining Pass plans are available to returning residential students, upperclass students, affiliated housing residents, commuter students, faculty, and staff.
Dining pass 65: 65 meals/semester and $150 BCC Dollars for $1,426 per year.
Dining pass 48: 48 meals/semester and $75 BCC Dollars for $982 per year.
Dining pass 36: 36 meals/semester and $45 BCC Dollars for $762 per year.
All of my favorite restaurants and fast-food places: Buffalo Wild Wings, Canes, Chick-fil-a, and much more.
Fraternities and Sororities
Intramural and Club Sports.
Lindner Student Association
Lindner Honors PLUS, Kolodzik Business Scholars, Circle of Excellence
Created the first cooperative education program in the world in 1906.
Astronaut Neil Armstrong, first man to walk on the moon, taught aerospace engineering at UC from 1971-1980.
William Howard Taft, 1880 alumnus and dean of the law school, was the only man to serve as both U.S. president and chief justice.
Other famous alumni include Oscar Robertson, Urban Meyer, George Clooney and many more.
I would definitely consider attending the University of Cincinnati. The co-op opportunities are endless and this would allow me to get good work experience as well as the schooling in class that I need. I also could make a lot of money during my co-ops and also most likely earn a job after I graduate with the same company. Also, it is not very expensive, and I would earn goof scholarship money as well. The campus is also beautiful, and they have good sports teams, and the University of Location is not too far away.