Student Resources

Academic Resources
  • Academic Advising:  Information regarding academic advising in the college and scheduling an appointment with an advisor.
  • Academic Calendar: This link shows you important dates and deadlines for the academic year.
  • Academic Writing Center: Walk-in or appointment based help to assist student with writing processes.
  • Available Classes: Allows you to search for classes by campus, time, day, BOK, and name.
  • Advising Syllabus: The advising syllabus was created to assist you with negotiating the escalating responsibilities of your academic career starting with your transition to college and continuing through graduation.
  • Course Descriptions: Course Descriptions provide specifics about each class offered. Most listings also show prerequisites for classes.
  • Course Planning Guide: This tool can be used to help plan the next four years of college.
  • Degree Audit: Track your progression in your current program or see how your classes apply to a different major.
  • GPA Calculator: Helps you estimate/project your Grade Point Average (GPA).
  • Learning Assistance Center: This office provides assistance and support to all students by offering coaching, tutoring, supplemental instruction, and other academic and career resources.
  • Math Learning Center:  Walk-in math tutoring available.
  • One Stop Student Service Center: One Stop is the student service website for paying bills, registering for courses, financial aid and other student resources.
  • Room Request; This tool is used to request a room in French East for group and organization meetings.
  • Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy (effective Fall 2013): Information for satisfactory academic progress policy for CAHS.
  • Student Handbook (PDF): Information about CAHS and related policies and procedures.


Campus Resources
  • Career Development Center:The Career Development Center is the centralized, comprehensive career services center where undergraduates, graduate students and alumni of the University of Cincinnati are “first” in focus and commitment. CDC produces several major career fairs; courses in decision-making, career planning, and career development; career-related educational programs and workshops; as well as the On Campus Recruiting program, to aid UC students in identifying and achieving their career goals.
  • The Center for Exploratory Studies: This office assists undecided students explore field of study options at University of Cincinnati. This office provides services such as one-on-one advising, career/strength assessments as well as opportunities to job shadow, observe or connect with a mentor in the student’s field of interest.
  • UC Counseling Center: The Counseling Center is a professional counseling office within Student Affairs and Services. They provide counseling, outreach programs, and related services for UC students and those concerned about their welfare. They help students address and resolve personal issues so that they can make the most of their educational opportunities at the university.
  • Disability Services: The Disability Services Office is dedicated to empowering students with disabilities through the delivery of reasonable accommodations and support services while educating the UC community to see beyond disabilities to the richness of inclusion.
  • Financial Aid: Visit this site for information on financial aid, scholarships and other important information.
  • GRE Preparation: This course will provide students with an overview of the GRE structure, including question types and basic strategies for the analytical writing, verbal, and quantitative sections of the test. 
  • International Programs (Study Abroad): This office provides resources for traveling abroad and participating in international educational experiences for all University of Cincinnati students.
  • MCAT: Comprehensive MCAT review course designed for students who seek admission to medical school. 
  • Office of the University Ombuds: The Ombudsman helps students navigate formal grievance procedures and can provide guidance on other University policies. 
  • Pre-Professional Advising Center: Advisors assist students who are interested in attending law or a health profession school. 
  • Student Employment: Need a job on campus? Visit this site to search for student employment opportunities here at UC.
  • University Health Services: UHS offers primary health care, women’s health care, allergy, dermatology, & other health services.  Most services are prepaid if covered by University Health Insurance.