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Whether you are a new high school graduate, a transfer student from another college or university, or an adult returning to school after a long absence, you will find applications for admission and answers to questions you have about the UCBA admissions process and program offerings in the Admissions office. The Admissions office can also provide information about UCBA's articulation, or course transfer agreements with other colleges and universities.
The Admission Process
To be admitted, you need to fill out an application form, submit the accompanying application fee, and you will need to provide an official transcript from your high school (this must be sent from the school in a sealed envelope) or your GED certificate and test scores. If you would like to transfer to UC Blue Ash from another college or university, you will also need to order official transcripts from all previous colleges. The Admissions office will review your credits and let you know which ones will transfer to UC Blue Ash.
Once your application and transcript(s) are received, you will receive an acceptance letter within 2-3 weeks. Acceptance into the college does not necessarily guarantee acceptance into certain programs. For example, several health-related programs have special admission requirements as well as waiting lists. You may call or stop by the Admissions office to request information on any specific program. In addition to your acceptance letter, you will also receive more detailed information on subjects such as applying for financial aid, placement testing, directions to contact your academic advisor, and much more.
UC Blue Ash operates on a rolling admissions policy, which means that you can begin taking courses at the start of any semester – fall, spring or summer.
Students transferring to UCBA from other colleges should contact Enrollment Services (513) 745-5700 to ensure their credits will transfer.