McMicken Hall, Night Life, MainStreet, Art, Stock
MOMENTUM Projection-Mapping Light Show on McMicken Hall celebrating UC's Bicentennial.

A&S Fast Facts

The UC College of Arts & Sciences is home to 7,580 undergraduate students between our 43 majors, 28 minors, and 55 certificates.

Top 5 A&S Majors

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  1. Biology
  2. Exploratory Studies
  3. Communication
  4. Psychology
  5. Neuroscience

A&S Demographics

Diverse, Collaboration
Students work in the newly renovated 1819 Innovation Hub in scenes staged for filming a UC commercial.
  • 5.9% International Students
  • 17.66% Out-of-State Students
  • 76.44% In-state Students

Our commitment to diversity showed an increase in first gen students and URM students confirming to the college. Our first generation confirms were up 30%; our college enrolls 21.24% URM students.

(AY 21-22)


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Scholarship Dollars Awarded:


(AY 19-20)

Experiential Learning

"Push Forward Campaign" Environmental Health water sampling on the Ohio River.
UPRISE Chemistry and Biology student Chase Dietz works in Professor In-kwon Kim’s lab.
Engage, Research
UC biology research on Monarch butterflies at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. Patrick Guerra, assistant professor of biological sciences, is doing research on how Monarch butterflies navigate. These butterflies take multiple generations to go to and from the same mountains of Mexico every few years. He's studying local butterflies at the UC Center for Field Studies, the Cincinnati Nature Center and the Cincinnati Zoo. Pictured here is Alexis Moore, 21, a biomedical engineering student from Columbus, Ohio assiting Patrick with the research.
  • 1,759 students participated in service learning
  • 665 students participated in internships and co-ops
  • 306 students participated in peer education
  • 1,014 students completed undergraduate research 

(AY 19-20)

A&S Graduates

University of Cincinnati Commencement Ceremony honoring the Class of 2020.

At UC College of Arts and Sciences, we understand that obtaining a degree may just be the first step towards achieving your goals.

Over 90% of our graduates are employed or continuing their education, a testament to UC's strategic direction #NextLivesHere!

(AY 20-21)