UC Blue Ash College

Special Admission Guidelines

Being accessible and affordable. It's how UC Blue Ash College makes it possible.

UC Blue Ash College is the perfect destination for a wide variety of students. Our general admission policy makes high quality accredited education available for eager learners.

For some, UC Blue Ash is a way to prove academic performance before applying to a bachelor's degree program, while many students choose to pursue careeer-oreinted associate degrees. Still for others, the new Honors Program is perfect for high-performers wanting to take advantage of our affordability, convenient location, and prestigious accreditation.

Application Deadlines


Application Deadline


Classes begin

Fall Semester

July 1
December 1 for Academic Achievement Scholarship consideration

August 1
June 1 for Academic Achievement Scholarship consideration


Spring Semester

November 15

December 15

Summer Semester March 15 April 15 Summer Sessions Vary

Placement Testing Deadlines

New Student Orientation Deadlines

Guidelines & Special Programs

  • Apply for Readmission: Seeking to re-enroll after a period of absence? Look no further.
  • Apply as a Transition Student to UC Blue Ash: If you are a current UC Uptown or UC Clermont student, use the form found on this webpage to apply to UC Blue Ash College
  • Non-Degree Programs: Take classes at UC Blue Ash without enrolling in a UC degree program.
  • International Applications: If you're a U.S. citizen or permanent resident with prior international education, or a non-U.S. citizen looking to get into college, you'll find the details you'll need for admission into UC Blue Ash.
  • College Credit Plus Program: The College Credit Plus Program was established to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wide variety of options to college-ready students in grades seven through 12.

Home-Schooled Information

Students who were home-schooled follow the same application process as all other applicants. Home-schooled students who meet their state requirements for high school graduation will be considered for admission based on the same criteria as high school graduates.

To be considered, home-schooled students must submit, with their application materials:

  • a copy of the superintendent release form or district notification authorizing the home-schooling (Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana students only, as required by the law)
  • other documentation may be required upon request


Contact Information

Admissions Office
Phone: 513-558-9998
Email: admissions@uc.edu