Student Experience

Student Spotlight

Headshot of Elsie Bush,  student in the Health and Rehabilitations Sciences Ph.D program.

Elsie Bush, student in the Health and Rehabilitations Sciences Ph.D program.

Elsie Bush is an Occupational therapist at Cincinnati Children's Hospital and a part-time student in the Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Ph.D. program. Bush recently presented four posters at the AOTA conference with a variety of pediatric topics, including cortical visual impairment, adaptive wellness programs for children with disabilities, CIMT summer camp intensive therapy, and sensory processing in children with prenatal opioid exposure. 

Read more about Elsie's research experience as a UC student! 

Getting Involved  

Make the most out of your college journey by getting involved on campus! There's no better way to enrich your experience and create lasting memories than by actively participating in student organizations, clubs, and events. Involvement on campus offers a myriad of benefits that go beyond the classroom such as personal development, community building, networking opportunities, and educational enrichment. 

The University of Cincinnati is home to over 600 student organizations! Find one that is right for you. Click the button below for a comprehensive list of all that UC has to offer.      

Student Resources 

Every student's educational journey is unique. Together with the University of Cincinnati's centralized programs and resources, The College of Allied Health Sciences provides a wide range of solution-based services, intended to remove obstacles and clear the pathway to success.

Photographed University Cincinnati students, faculty for marketing promos for CAHS Thursday March 30, 2023 at College of Allied Health Sciences. Photo by Joseph Fuqua II

Allied Health Students: Kaleb Gerken, Dani Ameh, and Anastasia Russell (left to right)

In the News


Turning a student vision into fruition

April 12, 2023

Students and faculty from the University of Cincinnati's Doctor of Physical Therapy Program help run the PT Pro Bono Clinic, which aims to serve uninsured or underinsured individuals.

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