All of our undergraduate majors, graduate degree programs and certificate options are designed to prepare you for a career in the exciting, growing world of the health professions. The College of Allied Health Sciences is part of UC's Academic Health Center - one of the preeminent medical education centers in the United States.
First-year students are those who have not enrolled for college or university courses (other than Post Secondary Educational Options Programs) since graduating from high school. Admission into CAHS is competitive and applicants are reviewed holistically. Please visit the admissions requirements page for more detailed information. First-year students can be admitted for the fall, spring, or summer semesters.
Transition students are students who are currently enrolled in undergraduate programs in other UC colleges, but want to change their major (transition) to CAHS. We accept students from all majors and colleges at UC. View additional information for transition students and the requirements to transition here. Transition students can be admitted for the fall, spring, or summer semesters.
Each year, we welcome transfer students from many different, accredited colleges and universities. For admissions advising, transfer students may contact the Transfer and Lifelong Learning Center, 4th Floor, University Pavilion, or at (513) 556-2247. Transfer students can be admitted for the fall, spring, or summer semesters. To learn more about meeting with a CAHS advisor, visit the Transfer Student page.
Admission for all CAHS graduate programs is selective and based on a combination of factors including academic and professional achievement, performance on a standardized test, strong communication skills and a proven record of effective leadership. Please visit the CAHS graduate admissions page and the Graduate School page for more detailed information.
Readmission to UC and CAHS
Students looking to gain readmission to CAHS and UC are considered on a case-by-case basis. Please start the process by completing the readmission application (PDF). You will be contacted via mail regarding the decision. If accepted, next steps will be included in the mailed letter.