Latinx Affairs FAQs
Here some of the most frequently asked questions that the Latinx Affairs office receives.
Category - Undocumented Students
Yes, undocumented students can enroll and are welcome at UC Blue Ash College.
No, unfortunately, undocumented students are not eligible for federal or state financial aid.
Undocumented students will pay the non-resident tuition rate of $617 per credit hour. If you are a recipient of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status, you are eligible to receive the Ohio resident tuition rate of $251 per credit hour.
No. Cincinnati Pride Grant awardees must be eligible for the federal Pell Grant. Since undocumented students are not Pell eligible, they are not eligible to receive the Cincinnati Pride Grant.
Yes, there are scholarships available from local community organizations such as the Cincinnati Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), and the Greater Cincinnati Hispanic Scholarship Fund, among others.
Category - Student Engagement
Latinos en Accion is a student organization on campus that celebrates the Latino culture and volunteers in the local community. Also, Club Hispano is a student group at our Uptown campus that meets regularly to engage in Latino culture and the Spanish language.
Category - Parent Engagement
Yes, the Office of Latinx Affairs offers campus visits and tours in Spanish, as well as parent sessions in Spanish during new student orientation. The Office of Latinx Affairs can meet with parents to discuss any questions or concerns.
Category - Outreach
Yes, in partnership with our Office of Admissions, our Coordinator of Latinx Affairs can connect directly with high school students interested in learning more about UC Blue Ash.
Assistant Dean of Inclusive Excellence