New Student Information
Welcome to UC Blue Ash College!
We're excited to have you as student! Our motto here is "We make it possible, you make it happen," and we live up to that statement as we guide you through the initial year at UC Blue Ash. Starting off with new student orientation and transfer student transition, we help you learn all the crucial information, deadlines and policies that you should be aware of as a student.
In an effort to make your transition smooth and successful, we have designed an orientation program for all new students and their parents/family members. Orientation is required for all new first-year students. Registration for orientation is usually available April 1. Please review the new student orientation page for information about enrolling in the spring semester.
For transfer students, we offer the option of doing an online orientation or an on-campus transition session where transfer students can meet and have questions answered in-person by faculty and staff.
All students will need a laptop computer, either PC or Mac, during their time at UC Blue Ash College.
Don't miss these deadlines and important dates. It is crucial that you keep track of your progress and when certain registrations and procedures need to be followed.
Nearly half of the students at UC Blue Ash College are first-generation college students. We provide support for your studies, finanaces and future success. Check out our first-generation guide to see the full scope of our services.
Here are checklists and resources to help you make the most out of your education at UC Blue Ash College.
We know that the experience students have during their first year of college sets the tone and foundation for their ongoing success.
The new student convocation - offered right before the fall semester - is a great opportunity for new students to visit campus early and be sure that they are prepared for the semester.
Learn policies on academic probation, fresh start policies, course retake and many other policies.
Student Life Office
Muntz Hall | Room 123