Advising Center Office Hours:
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday
Evening hours by appointment.
Preparing to Transition
Once you have determined with your UC Blue Ash College advisor that you are ready to make the transition to the UC Clifton campus, you should take the following steps.
Step 1: Apply by the posted deadlines
All colleges on the Clifton campus (with the exception of CCM) use the same “Application for Change in College and Program.” This form can be found on UC’s One Stop website.
For your convenience, the following colleges give you the option to complete the form online:
- McMicken College of Arts & Sciences (A&S)
- College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH)
- College of Allied Health Sciences (CAHS)
Fall Semester: July 1
*DAAP Priority Deadline: March 1
*CCM Deadline: December 1
Spring Semester: November 1
Summer Semester: March 1
Step 2: Look for your offer of admission from your new college
Please allow time for an admission decision as the application review process varies by college. You should be sure to check your student email account as you will receive information regarding your application and admission directly from the college.
Step 3: Confirm your offer of admission to your new major and program
So, you’ve been offered admission to your college on main campus. Congratulations! You must confirm your admission to make it official. By filling out and submitting the confirmation form, you are solidifying your enrollment with your new college. They will then officially switch your major/program from UC Blue Ash to the program in your new college at main campus. This is a very important step in the process. This must be done in order for you to receive your next steps in the transition process.
Step 4: Meet with your new college/advisor
It is strongly recommended that you meet with an academic advisor for your new major/program at the earliest date possible. Some colleges will allow you to schedule an individual advising appointment, while others will require that you attend an orientation.