Submitting ACT and SAT Scores
Having completed the ACT is preferred for admission in 2017-18 and will be required for admission to UC Blue Ash for freshman applicants starting with the 2018-19 academic year. Qualifying ACT scores can be used in place of placement tests to determine what math and English courses students can start in at UC Blue Ash College.
If you intend to submit ACT scores, you should do so as soon as possible so that you can be sure if you will need to complete any placement tests.
Please note: if you graduated from high school more than one year before your admission application, the test is still recommended, but not required.
Submit your scores to be exempt from Placement Testing
After confirmation, you need to setup your placement testing or submit qualifying exemptions (applicable transfer credit, AP scores, or qualifying ACT/SAT scores.)
UC will need these scores on file inorder to determine if a student is exempted from placement testing and are eligible to attend orientation or register for courses.
If intending to use qualifying scores instead of completing a placement test, please make sure to send your scores as soon as possible.
How to send your scores
You can request official ACT scores to be sent using the instructions below. Please remember that you must score an 18 or higher on the Combined English & Writing or English section of the ACT or a 430 or higher on the English or Evidence Based Reading & Writing, or Writing section of the SAT to qualify for placement test exemption. It typically takes up to 4 weeks for scores to be sent from ACT/SAT, received by the University of Cincinnati and processed to your academic record.
Instructions for sending ACT Scores
- Log in to your ACT account.
- Select the option to “send scores now”
- Follow the instructions on the screen
- Send to UC using the university code 3340
- Pay the $12 request fee
Instructions for sending SAT Scores
- Follow instructions on SAT “Send My Scores” page.
- Send to UC using the university code 1833
- Pay the additional fee