Step One: Apply to UC Blue Ash
The first step to becoming a UC Blue Ash College student is to complete an online application. In addition to completing the online application, you will need to pay the $50 application fee and submit transcripts. If you haven't already, be sure to review the full steps for admission. This includes deadlines and the all steps that need to be completed so you can register and attend classes.
How to Apply
Two Ways to Submit an Online Application (choose only one option)
- Option One: Complete the UC Blue Ash College application through UC's Web Portal. In order to begin an application, you will be asked to create an application account, including your email address. Also, be aware that some email providers filter email from UC as junk or prevent it from being delivered at all. Please be sure you add uc.edu to your email's whitelist to ensure you receive communications from UC.
- Option Two: Use the Common Application. This option is especially convenient if you are a high-school senior with plans to apply to multiple universities, since you'll only have to fill out the form once. This option is for first-time applicants only. Transfer students MUST apply via the UC Web Portal.
After Completing an Application
Pay $50 Application Fee
To help provide support for the 2020 fall semester, UC Blue Ash College is providing fee waiver assistance for our $50 application fee, and we're also waiving the $50 confirmation fee.
To have your fees waived, please contact the admissions representative assigned to your school or region. You can also email email@example.com or give us a call at 513-745-5700, and we'll get in touch.
Send Your Transcripts
Applicants, if you are a high school student, you must ask your guidance counselor to send us your transcript. If you are transferring from another college or university, you must request a transcript from each institution where you have completed college coursework.
Send all official*, sealed transcripts directly to:
University of Cincinnati | Office of Admissions
PO Box 210091 | Cincinnati, OH 45221-0091
*Official transcripts must be sent directly from the school in a sealed envelope.
Send final transcripts. If you are a graduating high school student, you will need to send a final High School transcript after graduation (before July for Fall start). This final transcript is required for financial aid. Transcripts must be received prior to the application deadline for the term you are preparing to start in.
Allow Time For Review & Check Your Status
Please allow two to three weeks for your application to be reviewed after all documents have been received. Notification of admission decisions will be sent by email.
Immediately after completing an online application, paying your fee (unless waived), and submitting transcripts, you should complete the following in order to set yourself up for success.
Submit ACT scores
ACT/SAT scores will be waived as a requirement for all new applicants through the fall 2022 semester.
However, keep in mind that the submission of your ACT/SAT scores can reduce or even eliminate the need for you to take placement tests, and will still be required if you wish to be considered for the UC Blue Ash Honors program.
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.
Apply for Financial Aid
We recommend starting your financial aid process as early as possible if you will be seeking assistance.
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