We're happy you've decided to transfer to UC Clermont! The biggest question on your mind right now most likely is, "Will my credits transfer?"
UC's Center for Credit Evaluation will help evaluate your overall transfer credit, and UC Clermont will help determine how your credits will be applied toward your degree requirements. If you have questions along the way, please contact your academic advisor.
We've tried to make our application process as simple as possible, and our Admissions staff is happy to help you along the way! Transfering to UC Clermont requires a high school diploma, GED or home school equivalent in addition to the following application steps:
- Payment of the $50 application fee
- Submission of the online application
- Receipt of official college transcripts from each institution you attended
If you have earned fewer than 30 semester or 45 quarter college credits, you must submit high school transcripts as part of your transfer application. If you are unable to pay the $50 application fee at this time, please contact our Admissions office at (513) 732-5319.
You DO NOT need to submit ACT or SAT scores to be admitted to UC Clermont. However, ACT and SAT scores may help qualify you for financial aid or scholarships. There are some academic programs at UC Clermont that have additional admission requirements. If you are interested in one of the following programs, please contact the representative for more information:
Eric Radtke, 513-735-9100 Ext. 352
David Gregory, 513-558-7408
You can apply for admission to UC Clermont online. Please have a credit card ready for payment of the $50 application fee.
You will need to create an account to begin the online application. Write down your user name and password, and keep them somewhere safe. You will need them for steps that occur later in the admission process.
If you are not ready to declare a major, we encourage you to select the "exploratory studies" option on the application.
In addition to your online application, you will need to send an official copy of your high school transcripts, GED certificate or homeschool materials. If a transfer student, please have your official college transcripts from each institution you've attended sent. If you have earned more than 30 semester or 45 quarter college credits, you will not be required to submit the high school transcript.
If you plan to send your own transcripts, please note that they must be stamped âofficialâ and sealed in an envelope from your school.
If you attended homeschool, please send a detailed curriculum with course descriptions and a copy of the superintendent release as required by the state of Ohio. You may be asked to provide additional documentation.
Materials can be sent to:
Office of Admissions
The University of Cincinnati
PO Box 210091
Cincinnati OH 45221-0091
If you are choosing to submit your test scores which is not required but may qualify you for scholarships and aid, you may send them to the address above.