Arts and Sciences

University of Cincinnati’s College of Arts and Sciences enrolls over 7,500 undergraduate students and 1,000 graduate students, making the college the mainstay of an urban, thriving top-25 research university in a city with eight Fortune 500 companies and countless industries, start-ups, and non-profits. Because of the breadth and depth of our 65+ academic programs, we are able to provide an unparalleled offering of interdisciplinary opportunities in order to allow our students to think creatively about how they can address local and global challenges. Our promise is to provide an educational experience, an alumni network, and unparalleled student services that our students cannot get anywhere else.



Dr. Allis

A&S Alumn wins the 2018 Lasker Award for biomedical research

Dr. David Allis won this year’s Lasker award for his biomedicalresearch. Allis examined proteins in chromosomes and how they relate toillnesses like cancer. He hopes his research will eventually help people leadhealthier lives. The receipt of this award reflects the many paths an A&Sgraduate can take.

More on Dr. Allis and his research


Student stock the Bearcat pantry

New A&S Cares Initiative To Aid Students in Need

Starting this fall, A&S Cares will serve as a resource for students in need of assistance.The program’s ultimate goal is to foster student success in any circumstance. The college’ssupport office will work closely with students to offer guidance and direct them toward thehelp they need. 

Learn more about A&S Cares



Sinna Habteselassie

Sinna Habteselassie Breaks Barriers as UC Student Body President

As the first African-American woman to be elected as student body president,Habteselassie looks forward to her new role. She hopes to pave the way for other women of color by embracing her identity and setting a new precedent for those after her.

Meet Sinna