Your Time Is Now!
It is time to finish what you started! We know that earning a college degree is key to increasing employment opportunities and earnings, as well as achieving personal fulfillment.
We recognize that many students who stop out of college encounter obstacles that make it difficult to return to school. Our dedicated staff members are here to help. We can remove issues related to re-enrollment and direct you towards the appropriate support services - including financial aid, academic support, advising, and so much more.
If you have already earned at least 30 hours of college credits, the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College welcomes you back to complete your degree! You may be eligible for a scholarship of up to $500 per semester and will be able to apply the credits you have earned towards finishing your college degree.
How to Get Started
Student must meet ALL of the following requirements.
- Students who have completed at least 30 credit hours
- Students who were enrolled at UC but did not earn an associate degree.
- Students must file a FAFSA for the semester in which they intend to return (our school code is 003125)
- Students must submit a readmissions application
The Comeback Bearcat program is offered in partnership with the Degrees When Due and Cradle to Career initiatives. Our goal is to recruit, retain, and graduate students in the Cincinnati area who have previously stopped out of the university before completing their undergraduate program.
For more information regarding the Comeback Bearcat program, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
Enrollment Services and the UC Blue Ash Advising Department will complete a thorough review of your qualifications. Please allow up to two weeks to ensure accuracy.
Once the review is complete you will be contacted by UC Blue Ash about your eligibility for the program and given next steps. Be sure to check your email and voicemail.
If you are qualified for the Comeback Bearcat program:
- An Enrollment Services Specialist will call you to discuss your aid eligibility
- You will meet with your academic advisor to sign an Academic Agreement
- Register for a minimum of six credits hours
- Limit coursework to only those required for graduation
- Connect with your advisor at least twice each semester
- Earn a minimum of a "C" grade in each course, no incompletes, and maintain a term grade point average of 2.0 or higher each semester
- Meet all account balance requirements
Samantha Nazarovech | Academic Advising Center