Step 2 of the UC Blue Ash Admission Process: Confirm Your Admission

Admissions Step Two, Confirm your information
Admissions Step One, Apply
Admissions Step Two, Confirm
Admissions Step Three, Placement Testing
Finished with Admission, Get Ready for Orientation

Confirming your admission is the second step toward becoming a UC Blue Ash student. It officially completes the admission acceptance process and enables us to finalize your financial aid arrangements. Don't miss the deadline!

Confirmation Form 

You can use process if you have been offered admission to UC Blue Ash. You must confirm before the deadline for the term you wish to start in. 

Note: Current and Former UC students who submitted the Application for Readmission Form or Change in College Form do not complete the online confirmation or pay the matriculation fee. These applicants should submit the paper confirmation form that was sent with the acceptance packet or come to the Admissions Office and pick up the appropriate form.

Confirmation/Matriculation Fee

During the admission confirmation process you will need to provide us with a bit more information about yourself and pay the $50, non-refundable matriculation* fee online by credit or debit card. UC accepts MasterCard, American Express and Discover.

*Matriculation is the process of being formally admitted into a degree seeking or certificate program.

Academic Scholarship Consideration

This scholarship is considered for incoming first-time freshman who have:

  1. a completed admission application (to include transcript & application fee) by December 1st of their senior year,
  2. a completed admission confirmation on or before May 1st, and
  3. a final highschool GPA of at least 3.2 are eligible for an automatic $1,000 UC Blue Ash College Academic Achievement Scholarship.

Honors Program

Students with a high school GPA of 3.2 and an ACT score of 25 or higher qualify to join the UCBA Honors Program.

Laptop Requirement

Beginning Fall 2018, all UC Blue Ash College students will be required to have a laptop to support their learning. Numerous colleges and universities, including several other UC colleges, currently have laptop requirements. Requiring student ownership means that financial aid can be used to cover this purchase as needed. Recommended Laptop Specifications can be found below.

Contact Information

Admissions Office
Phone: (513) 745-5700