Great Things Begin Here
UC Clermont College is located in the center of Clermont County on 91 beautiful wooded acres in Batavia Township. Opened in 1972, UC Clermont is an accredited, open-access college offering more than 50 associate, bachelor and certificate programs.
The college is a regional college of the nationally recognized University of Cincinnati. Students who attend UC Clermont College have full access to UC's Uptown campus libraries, student support services, student clubs, fraternities, sororities, intramural sports and athletic events.
UC Clermont by the Numbers
54 Programs of Study
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Power of UC, Close to Home
UC Clermont students are a part of the Bearcat family. That means they have access to all of the same perks available at UC's Uptown Campus, with the advantages of attending a regional college.
Our small class sizes, convenient location and flexible schedule provide you with all the support you need to earn your degree without turning your life upside down.
Academics that Take You Places
Whether you plan to transfer with your associate degree, get ahead with your certificate or increase your earning potential with your bachelor's degree, UC Clermont has more than 50 academic programs to help get you there. Our students travel around the world through study abroad programs and network with professionals in their field from all over the United States through experiential learning opportunities. Our award-winning faculty hold advance degrees, conduct research and provide one-on-one student support.
Student organizations and employment, events, workshops and athletics give you the chance to get involved during your time at UC Clermont.
Members of the community are also invited to take part in all UC Clermont has to offer — whether it's attending a Calico Children's Theatre performance or earning continuing education credits. When you can, we also invite you to support our fundraising events and make donations to support student scholarships.