UC Clermont

Transition Events & College Sessions

Focus on Transition is a week of virtual information sessions and advising opportunities intended to provide a connection point for current Clermont College students who plan to transition to another college at UC to complete their degree. Students have the opportunity for direct contact with representatives from their college of choice and programs of interest that will help support their transition process. Students will connect with college representatives through information sessions, advising appointments and other offerings.

The next Focus on Transition week will be held in October 2023.

The Transition Fair is a spring semester event that provides more program and service connections as students prepare for the change of college transition.  The fair is a combination of in-person and virtual offerings intended to provide a connection point for current Clermont students who plan to transition to another college at UC to complete their degree.  Students have the opportunity for direct contact with representatives from their college of choice, services, and programs of interest that will help support their transition process. Students will connect with representatives through information sessions, advising appointments and other offerings.

Transition Advising by College

Transition advisors are available to provide students support as they prepare for transition from UC Clermont to other UC colleges. Colleges also offer information sessions regarding program requirements and the transition process.

Please see below for information regarding contact with advisors in each college and Pre-Professional Advising, as well as registration to attend information sessions.

Transition Advising Appointments

For students who are considering a major in the College of Allied Health Sciences and are early on in their program (less than 30 credit hours), a CAHS admissions counselor, A’Jiana Birchmore, is available via email to answer questions and is available to talk with students via phone/computer. Students can email A’Jiana at birchmab@ucmail.uc.edu for more information or book a one on one meeting via this link.

For students who are over 30 credits hours and/or are ready to transition to a bachelor’s degree program in the College of Allied Health Sciences within the next few semesters, the transition advisor for CAHS, Katie Mosure, is available to answer questions via email and is available for appointments via phone/computer. Students can email Katie at  katie.mosure@uc.edu to request an appointment.

Information Sessions

Information Sessions are for current UC students who are interested in changing their program to one in CAHS but will not meet the requirements to get into the college after the current semester.

Students who attend the Information Session will receive:

  • An overview of CAHS undergraduate programs and their related careers
  • Admission requirements for transition students 
  • An individual curriculum guide showing how the student's credits apply to their major of interest 

The transition advisor for CAS, Kristen Walker, is available for appointments via phone/computer for Clermont students interested in transitioning to a major or Exploratory in the College of Arts & Sciences.

Students should email Kristen to request an appointment at artsci@ucmail.uc.edu

Students looking to pursue Dental Hygiene, Nursing Technology, or Radiologic Technology at UC Blue Ash should start with a Pre-Appointment Activity Session to learn more about requirements to apply to these selective admissions programs: Blue Ash Pre-Appt Session Registration

Information sessions hosted by the department are also available for selective admissions programs including Dental Hygiene, Medical Assisting, Nursing Technology, Radiologic Technology, and Veterinary Technology. To register to attend, please visit https://ucblueash.edu/admissions/selective/sessions.html

Students may send inquiries about the application process to the CCM transition advisors indicated below.

The transition advisor for BFA programs is Joshua Chal.  Students may send inquiries about the application process for BFA programs to Joshua at chaljh@ucmail.uc.edu.

The transition advisor for BA/BM programs is Gabriel Saba.  Students may send inquiries about the application process for BA or BM programs to Gabriel at sabagg@ucmail.uc.edu .

Information sessions are designed for students interested in transitioning to Lindner for spring, summer, or fall 2023.  Sessions are virtual and registration closes five business days prior to the information session.

During the session, you will hear a brief presentation about the undergraduate degree programs in Lindner, have the ability to review your business degree audit (advisement report) and receive individual advising.

Learn more and register to attend under the “Transition students” tab at https://business.uc.edu/academics/admissions.html  

Have questions about application to or requirements for a program in DAAP?  Please contact Gavin Bonar at bonargm@ucmail.uc.edu

Students interested in transitioning to a major in the College of Education, Criminal Justice, Human Services & Information Technology may email Briana Harper at briana.harper@uc.edu

Transition/Change of College students with specific questions may email CEAS Advising at CEASAdvis@uc.edu

For information about other CEAS transition events and opportunities to participate with CEAS please visit the CEAS Transition Event web page.

For information about the bachelor’s degree in Public Health.

For transition information for the Public Health bachelor’s program.

Students must meet with a Public Health advisor prior to their Change of College application being processed.  Students can request an appointment on the form located at the Public Health Major Change web page.

The College of Nursing will offer information sessions to review the requirements and process for application to the Traditional BSN program as follows:

Traditional BSN Sophomore/Transition Information sessions

The next opportunity to apply to the Traditional BSN program will be in February 2023 for Fall 2023 admission.  Application information is available at the  Transition/Sophomore Admissions Webpage.

Have questions about application to or requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program?  Please contact Tao Lei at leito@ucmail.uc.edu .

The transition advisor for the College of Pharmacy, Corinne Sams (Director of Admissions), is available to answer questions via email and for appointments via phone/computer.

Students can request an appointment by emailing Corinne at samsce@ucmail.uc.edu

Pre-Professional advisors will be available for virtual appointments and will be providing workshops in virtual platforms until further notice. For the latest information and to contact the pre-professional advisors, visit https://www.uc.edu/preproadvising.html.

Please note: Students must attend an introduction workshop prior to meeting with a pre-professional advisor.

For available Pre-Health Introduction Workshops and to register to attend, please visit Pre-Health Intro Workshop.     

For available Pre-Law Introduction Workshops and to register to attend, please visit Pre-Law Intro Workshop.