UC Bound:
Shaping Tomorrow's Health Care Heroes!

Congratulations on your admission to UC’s College of Allied Health Sciences  

Your college experience is an incredibly special time in your life, and we're here to ensure it's both fulfilling and enriching. As you prepare to begin your studies in Allied Health, we want to provide you with a glimpse of what awaits you and offer some important information to help you make the most of your time here.

Where Passion meets Preparation

Check off items on your admissions checklist 

After you have taken the time to celebrate your admission with family and friends, it’s time to start checking things off your to-do list, including confirming your admission. Completing these tasks early will allow you to have the care-free summer you deserve. 

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1:1 meetings with CAHS Recruitment 

We have designated one-on-one meetings with a member from the CAHS Recruitment Team from the comfort of your home or right here on UC's campus. We have different meetings that best suit your needs and questions. If you would like a tour of our buildings after your meeting, please be sure to specify that in your request.  

Sign up for a 1:1 meeting: coming 

Attend an Admitted Bearcat Day 

Join us for Admitted Bearcat Day: coming

Admitted Bearcat registration: coming 

CAHS College Close-up 

Join the CAHS Recruitment Team as we discuss the programs we offer, student experience and support, tour the Health Sciences Building, and more! You'll also get an opportunity to connect with current students! 

Close-up registration: https://admissions.catalyst.uc.edu/portal/inpersoncampustour 

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My learning community has allowed me to make friends within my major and has introduced me to people who I can go to if I need help as well as a leader who is able to help us along the way with our transition to college.

Get to know your CAHS Support System  

We know that jumping from high school to college might sound a bit daunting, but guess what? Our dream team of advisors, success coaches, CAPS counselors, and learning communities are here to make the journey a whole lot smoother. We've crafted a supercharged support network just for you, packed with exciting activities, academic and social support, and constant communication across our team. Together, we're creating an unstoppable force to guide you through this exciting chapter of your life.

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion programming: diversity-inclusion.html

Review our resources and support services: https://cahs.uc.edu/current-students/resources.html

 


It’s helpful to get to know other people in your major and also having an upperclassman to help you along the way.

Learning community value 

  • 99% of students say that their learning community has enabled them to build relationships with their peers. 

  • 99% of students say that their learning community has enabled them to build a sense of belonging and connection to campus.

  • 95% of students would recommend a learning community to a future student. 

     

Secure your technology 

While our programs do not require specific technology, our IT team has curated a list of recommended technology and to-dos to set you up for success this fall. Be sure to set up your UC email and check it regularly!

Learn how to navigate Catalyst https://onestop.uc.edu/other/self-help.html

Prepare for your Allied Health Academic Journey 

As a College of Allied Health Sciences student, you will have the opportunity to explore a diverse range of health care subjects, from anatomy and physiology to human behavior. Our world-class faculty members are experts in their fields and are dedicated to helping you gain the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in your future health care career. Our curriculums are designed to provide you with a solid foundation in Allied Health, and our programs are packed with hands-on experiences, research opportunities, and internships to help you apply what you learn in the classroom to real-world scenarios.

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