50 Facts

50 Facts about UCBA: Fact 31


As we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of UC Blue Ash College during the 2017-18 academic year, we are sharing 50 Facts about our college. Watch for a new fact each week on social media sites, TV monitors around campus and on the UCBANow blog.


In 2013, we opened the Bleecker Street Café in Muntz Hall. Named for an entertainment/restaurant district in New York City’s Greenwich Village, the concept is based on a New York City deli and features fresh baked pastries and bread, signature sandwiches and a coffee bar with espresso, smoothies, and iced coffee.

Learn more about Bleecker St. Cafe!

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The UC Blue Ash College Student Ambassador program was established in 2011. Since then, approximately 75 students have served as ambassadors, each receiving scholarships covering tuition for the academic year. Student ambassadors serve as the “face” of our college, while building leadership skills and confidence along the way. Our 2016-17 UCBA Ambassadors logged 2,091 service hours, which included support for 232 campus events.

Learn more about our ambassadors!


Muntz Hall was dedicated as the Ernest G. Muntz Hall on February 24, 1991, in honor of our longest serving dean. Dr. Muntz was part of the administrative team that opened our college in 1967 and was named dean in 1969. He was instrumental in developing our college in its early years and grew enrollment from just over 600 students to 4,000 by the time he retired in 1990.

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About Olive Wright

Olive Wright is the Communications Intern with the Communications Department at UC Blue Ash College for the 2017-18 academic year. Look forward to seeing Olive's contributions to UCBANOW and www.ucblueash.edu all year long.