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Welcome to UC Clermont. New Student Information. Orientation Presentation Other Resources http://www.ucclermont.edu/Students.html. Orientation Order of Events. Info Session Advising Session Registration of Classes. Clermont College Advising & Registration. Come follow us!!.

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new student information

New Student Information

Orientation Presentation

Other Resources


you are a uc student

You are a UC Student!

You have the same rights & privileges of a student at UC’s “uptown” campus.

Access includes Bearcats tickets and over 200 clubs.

services on campus

Services on Campus

Advising Disability Services

Career Services Learning Center

CLEP Testing Library

College Success Program Public Safety

COMPASS Counseling IT

Veteran Affairs



Select a Major

Which classes?

Graduation process & paperwork

Transfer pathways

exploratory studies clermont

Are you undecided about your major?

  • We offer:
      • Personalized exploratory advising
      • Information about all UC majors
      • Personal career assessment
      • A course for exploratory students
  • Call for an appointment!
  • 513-732-5319

Exploratory Studies - Clermont




career services

Career Services

This year….Next year

Help you decide your career path

Career assessment tools

Your source for jobs, internships, and career advice

Beth Bamber

Jones105 * (513) 732-5277

smartermeasure learning readiness indicator

SmarterMeasure Learning Readiness Indicator

Helps the student identify strengths and weaknesses in an online and/or technology-rich course

Results help advisor assist student with course selection

Students are not prevented from enrolling in an online course

clep testing college level examination program

CLEP TestingCollege Level Examination Program

Get college credit for what you already know!

CLEP is a series of exams that allows college students to earn college credits for learning that has occurred outside of class, at a fraction of tuition costs.  For further information regarding the CLEP test itself, please visit: http://www.collegeboard.com/CLEP

For information about UC Clermont’s CLEP policies and procedures, please contact The Assessment and Testing Center or visit: 


Be sure to check with your Academic Advisor for questions on how CLEP testing might help you!!!


The College Success Program Builds a Bridge to College Success

Dr. Michael Vislocky

(Dr. V.)

Associate Professor


(513) 732-5307


Dr. Victoria Appatova

Associate Professor


(513) 558-5361


Linsey Koeritz

Achievement Coach

(513) 732-5316


  • Your Achievement Coach:
  • Provides strong academic support and personal encouragement
  • Works with students to build:
    • time management skills
    • note taking strategies
    • study strategies
    • test taking skills
  • Refers you to additional resources for academic and personal needs both on and off campus
  • Works with professors, faculty advisors, and staff to eliminate educational barriers

Compass Counseling Center…

…providing students assistance to deal with life’s stressors and adjustments.

Student Services Building Room 201

Monday & Tuesday 8:30am -4:30pm

Wednesday & Thursday 9am to 5pm

(1st Wednesday of each month 11am to 7pm)

Call 513.732.5263

disability services

Disability Services

Jennifer Radt

Disability Services

(513) 732-5327

Student Services 101


TLC’s professional staff and peer tutors are certified by the College Reading and Learning Association. They can help in nearly all subjects!

With places for individual and group study, computer and printer access, and free coffee, TLC is a great place to do homework. Visit McDonough 100

Free one-on-one and group tutoring


Research assistance

  • Textbooks on reserve
  • Quiet study spaces
  • Welcoming environment
  • Hours
    • Monday through Thursday: 7:30am – 6:30pm
    • Friday: 7:30am – 4:00pm
    • Saturday and Sunday: Closed
    • Located in the Peters-Jones Building


public safety snyder 170 513 732 5295 or 513 732 5200

Public SafetySnyder 170(513) 732-5295 or (513) 732-5200

  • Student ID Cards
  • Keys locked in car
  • Need a jump start
  • Desire an escort to car
  • Contact via Phone, Help Phones or at the Information Desk





AVAILABLE 24 / 7 / 365







Students park in ‘white’ stalls

Faculty/Staff park in ‘yellow’ stalls

Handicapped parking is ‘blue’

public safety 513 732 5295 or 513 732 5200

Public Safety(513) 732-5295 or (513) 732-5200

Safety Tips:

Never leave belongings unattended

Report any unusual behavior

Clery Act email notifications

Give a copy of your schedule to parent(s)/family/friends in case of an emergency

school closures

School Closures

During periods of inclement weather The University’s offices and facilitiesmay be closed for part or all of a workday

Please visit www.ucclermont.uc.edu or watch your local news for up to date closure information

If the University of Cincinnati is closed, UC Clermont College is closed as well. However, there are some occasions when the University is open but UC Clermont College is closed.

Please be sure to listen/look for both.

emergency text message

As part of a comprehensive effort to inform our community of any emergencies that might arise on campus, the University of Cincinnati offers an emergency text messaging service

  • UC Public Safety will use the system at their discretion if there is an imminent threat to the safety and security of the campus community or to announce a weather-related university closing
  • The university will test the system quarterly to determine if it is working properly, but you will not receive non-emergency or advertising messages. UC will not sell your information.
  • All students with a cell phone number on file are enrolled in the emergency text alerts, may opt-out. Standard text messaging rates apply. http://www.uc.edu/ucit/phone/emergencytextmsg.html

Emergency Text Message


Student ID Card Public Safety – Snyder 170

  • Services where card is required - Computer Labs to print Check out library materials
technology at uc

Technology at UC

Wireless Campus

Open Computer Lab / Snyder 164

Discounted Software @ Bookstore

300+ Computers

Student ID Card Required

veteran affairs

Veteran Affairs

Jeff Bosworth

Director, Veteran Affairs

Jones Building, room 024A



uc east

UC East

  • Allied Health programs
  • Bachelor in Applied Administration
  • Other general education courses

Home to UC Clermont College’s

edith peters jones building

Edith Peters-Jones Building

Athletics Office


Cougar Café

Krueger Auditorium

Student Lounge

Student Life Office



  • Use Get Books to shop online
  • Register for custom textbook list
  • Choose to rent or buy
  • Purchase using shopping cart

One Stop Student Services


The one place to go to get everything ‘UC’



view class offerings

register for classes

view schedule

degree audit

more …



check grades

verify enrollment

request transcript


view & pay bill

sign up for payment plan

parent portal

direct deposit refunds

waive health insurance




Payment for the semester is due 10 days before the first day of the semester.

Summer Semester payment due date: April 26, 2013



  • Reciprocity (in-state tuition) is not automatic
  • Go to www.uc.edu and search ‘reciprocity’.
  • Fill out the required form or your bill will show higher ‘out-of-state’ charges.
health insurance coverage

Health Insurance Coverage

Any student who registers for six (6) credit hours or more will automatically be provided with University Health coverage beginning with the fall semester.

If you are already covered by health insurance that is equal to or greater than University Health Insurance, go to www.onestop.uc.edu by May 21, 2013 to waive UC’s Student Health insurance for the 2012-2013 academic year.

If you are not already covered by health insurance are not already covered by health insurance that is equal to or greater than University Health Insurance coverage and register for six (6) credit hours or more, you will be charged a fee each semester for UC’s Student Health insurance for the 2012-2013 academic year. For more information, please visit http://www.uc.edu/uhs/studenthealthinsurance.

*If you are covered by VAMC, please go to UC Clermont’s Cashier’s Office to waive your University Health coverage.


apply for aid

check aid

sign loan note

get loan counseling

more …


financial aid

What is it? Grants, Loans, Scholarships, other Financial Awards used to pay for some/all of your college bill

  • Are you eligible? YES!
  • How do you get Financial Aid? Fill out the FAFSA: Free Application for Federal Student Aid (determines grants and loans)
  • Where do I get a FAFSA? Fill out online: www.fafsa.ed.gov or on campus at a UC Clermont FAFSA workshop
  • What next? You’ll receive an award offer from UC’s Financial Aid Office via UConnect (Student E-mail account).
  • Get the $$$ Go to www.onestop.uc.edu and click on ‘check my aid’ to accept &/or decline your financial aid award = grants &/or loans.

Financial Aid

financial aid walk in hours

Financial Aid Walk-in Hours

Student Services Building Ste. 100

full time part time status

12-18 hours is full-time

  • Tuition is the same for 12-18 hours
  • 1 - 11 credit hours is part-time
    • Financial aid, scholarships, athletic eligibility, and insurance may be affected.
  • Taking 19 credit hours or more will result in a per hour surcharge and must be approved by your academic advisor.

Full-time/Part-time Status


Payment for the semester is due 10 days before the first day of the semester.

Spring Semester begins on Monday,

January 7, 2013


Academic and University Calendars

Dates & Deadlines for Registration, Withdrawal, Fees and Refunds




  • Once you register – you are financially responsible
  • Always print your schedule and verify what you have registered for
  • Always view your bill
tuition refund schedule

100% Refund Ends: 8th Day of Term

50% Refund Ends: 15th Day of Term

0% Refund Begins: 16th Day of Term

Individual classes that do not follow the standard term have a different refund schedule.  In some cases there may be no refund once the class has started due to the accelerated nature of the class.

Tuition Refund Schedule


Summer Tuition Refund Schedule

  • Refund dates vary for each Summer session
        • Six summer sessions
          • One 14-week
          • Two 7-week
          • Three 5-week
  • See One Stop Calendars for refund dates
how to drop withdrawal
How to Drop/Withdrawal
  • Summer drop/withdrawal must be completed online at One Stop
  • Cannot be done via phone, e-mail, or word of mouth
  • Contact Registration with any questions (513) 732-5201 or (513) 732-5218
  • If not formally dropped, you will receive a ‘UW’ (unofficial withdraw) = F.

‘UW’ can have a lasting effect on your financial aid and GPA


We are here to help you succeed!

Withdrawal from classes can have an adverse effect on your financial aid.

Check with Financial Aid located in Student Services before you drop classes or withdraw from school.


Take what you need…

…and finish what you take







One Stop

Student E-mail


UC File Space


What is it? Formally dropping a class

How do I withdraw? Online at One Stop or in person at Registration, Student Services Building

Can I call, email, or tell a friend to withdraw me? No

Questions - (513) 732-5218 or (513) 732-5201

If not formally dropped, you will receive a ‘UW’ (unofficial withdraw) = F.

‘UW’ can have a lasting effect on your financial aid.