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Steps For Admission to UC Blue Ash

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Whether you’re interested in working toward an associate degree, a professional certificate, a bachelor’s degree, or even if you just want to take a class or two, you are headed in the right direction!

Here are the steps you need to take to be accepted and to register as a student at UC Blue Ash College: 

1. APPLY

The first step to being admitted is to apply. But there is more to applying than just filling out a form. Check out the application checklist and the other parts to applying. Apply Now

 

2. CONFIRM ADMISSION

Confirming your admission is an important step toward becoming a UC Blue Ash student. It officially completes the admission process and enables us to finalize your financial aid arrangements. Don't wait to confirm! Confirm Now

 

3. TEST FOR PLACEMENT

After confirmation, you should setup your placement testing. All students are required to take the math placement test, and you may need to take additional placement tests based on your program. Schedule Tests Now

 

4. REGISTER FOR ORIENTATION

After completing placement tests, you are able to register for orientation. You must register and complete an orientation session in order to register for classes. Learn more


Upcoming UCBA Deadlines

Term

Application Deadline

Confirmation Deadline

Last Placement Test

Last Orientation

Classes begin

Clifton Deadlines

15SS

Nov. 15


Dec. 15*


Dec. 23

January 8

Jan. 12

Application: Nov. 1

Confirmation, Dec. 1

15US

March 15


April 15


April 28

1st week of May

May 11

Application March 1.  Confirmation April 1.

15FS

July 1

August 1


August 10

August 17

August 24

Application:  First-year students early action Dec. 1/  rolling admission  March 1 and unpublished June 1.  Transfer students July 1.  Confirmation: First-year students early action May 1/rolling admission July 1.  Transfer students August 1.

16SS

Nov. 15

Dec. 15

Dec. 24

Jan. 4 or 5


Non-Matriculated Students 

Non-matriculated students are students who take classes at UC without being enrolled in a UC degree program. Their official status is "non-matriculated," which is a traditional academic term meaning, "not enrolled in a degree program."

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International Students

International students follow these instructions to enroll at UC Blue Ash!

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Post-Secondary Enrollment Options 

The purpose of the program is to provide high school students who are intellectually and socially capable of doing college work with an additional educational option.

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Contact Information

Admission Office
Phone: (513) 745-5600
Email: admissions@ucblueash.edu