UC Clermont

Admitted Students

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Congratulations on your recent admission offer! There are just a few more steps to complete on your way to becoming a UC student at Clermont College.

Step 1: Confirm your Admission

This is an important step, because it allows us to finalize your financial aid arrangements and allows you to complete the admission process. You can confirm your admission online. This will require you to pay a $50 matriculation fee by credit or debit card.

The confirmation deadline for the Fall 2021 semester is Aug. 10, 2021. The confirmation fee is waived for all students planning to enroll in fall semester at UC Clermont.

Step 2: Take Placement Assessments

Placement assessments will help assess your skills in various areas to determine the best courses for you to begin a successful academic experience. Most incoming students need to complete all portions but some students are able to opt out of an assessment based on minimum ACT, SAT or AP test scores or transfer credit.

Please visit Placement Assessments for information on possible exemptions and how to complete assessments online.

You must complete your placement assessments before you can attend orientation and register for classes.

Our online orientation course, Experience UC Clermont, is all about you! Our session will help connect you to important resources and information that will support you in becoming a successful college student at UC Clermont College. Experience UC Clermont is required for all students new to UC Clermont College.

Once you have completed all required portions of the placement assessments, or if you are exempt from the test, and we have received proof of exemption (see exemptions), you will be invited to complete Experience UC Clermont. Watch your email and regular mail for more information.

Time is of the essence as students who complete steps one, two and three 30-60 days before school starts have greater flexibility in scheduling classes and are more prepared for success.

Police academy students should contact the commander to get information on attending a separate academy orientation.

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Call, Email or Stop By!

Our Admissions staff is always happy to help. You can reach us Monday to Thursday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

Scholarship assistance: 513-556-1000