For Transfer and Transition Students
As a student in the University of Cincinnati’s College of Arts and Sciences, you’ll be joining a diverse group of scholars on an urban campus that Forbes has called one of the most beautiful in the US.
You will find a wide network of support, from faculty committed to your success, to advisors who will guide you toward your personal goals, to a community of fellow Bearcats! We look forward to welcoming you to UC!
What is a transfer student?
A transfer student is a student who seeks to change their university or college to complete their desired degree, or pursue a different degree. Transfer students at UC’s College of Arts and Sciences (A&S) are transferring into the University of Cincinnati system from an outside university. Students transferring into A&S will find guidelines here.
What is a transition student?
Students coming to A&S from one of UC’s regional campuses—UC Blue Ash or UC Clermont—or another college within the university, are considered transition. Students coming to UC’s Uptown West campus from regional campuses typically begin their studies at UC Clermont or UC Blue Ash, where they can earn an associate’s degree, and complete their bachelor’s degree at A&S, or another four-year college within the university.
The guidelines for students interested in transitioning to the College of Arts and Science from the UC regional campuses are:
2.0 or higher GPA
A minimum of 24 completed credit hours
Interested in transitioning? Reach out with quesitons or complete the Change of Major form today!
Reach out to our recruitment team (email@example.com) with any questions you may have—we’re here to help!