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University of Cincinnati

University of Cincinnati

The University of Cincinnati is a coeducational public research university in Cincinnati, Ohio, part of the University System of Ohio. The most recent 2010 survey by Times Higher Education (UK) ranks the University of Cincinnati as the 76th in North America (this includes American and Canadian institutions of higher education) and as the 190th in the world.

The 2011 US News and World Report rankings place the University of Cincinnati as the 156th best school in the nation. The 2007 rankings from The Center at Arizona State University place the University of Cincinnati as a “Public University Ranking in the Top 20 public research universities in the United States. The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching classifies UC as a Research University-Very High Research Activity. UC has an annual enrollment of over 40,000 students, making it one of the 100 largest universities in the U.S. It offers nearly 600 programs of study, ranging from two-year Associate’s degrees to doctoral and post-doctorate education. With an economic impact of over $3 billion per year, it is the largest single employer in Greater Cincinnati. After extensive renovations through the implementation of the 1989 Master Plan, the college has been recognized by campus planners and architects as one of the most distinguished campus settings in the world.

University of Cincinnati Rankings in 2010

University of Cincinnati Rankings in 2011

University of Cincinnati Tuition and Fees

hese fees were approved 03/16/10, and are subject to change by the University’s Board of Trustees. Tuition, housing and insurance rates begin autumn 2010.

Status Part-Time Full-Time
Undergraduate 1 – 11 credit hours 12 + credit hours
Graduate 1 – 9 credit hours 10 + credit hours
Professional – MD N/A 24 + credit hours
Professional – JD 1 – 11 credit hours 12 + credit hours

Fees for students auditing classes are as follows: (1) If you are full-time, the fee will be included with full-time fees (from 12-18 hours). (2) If you are part-time or are taking hours over 18, the fee is based on the part-time credit hour rate. (3) A “T” grade will not automatically be assigned unless the requirements for the instructor are met.

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These fees were approved 03/16/2010 and are subject to change by the university’s Board of Trustees. Tuition, housing and insurance rates begin autumn 2010.

Ohio Students Out-of-State Students1
Part-TimePerHour Full-TimePerTerm Full-TimePerYear Part-TimePerHour Full-TimePerTerm Full-TimePerYear
Cincinnati Uptown Campus $ 280 $ 3,355 $ 10,065 $ 683 $ 8,196 $ 24,588
Clermont College 136 1,621 4,863 326 3,905 11,715
Raymond Walters College 153 1,833 5,499 385 4,611 13,833
Graduate & PharmD 442 4,412 13,236 800 7,995 23,985
College of Law2 873 10,473 20,946 1,522 18,263 36,526
College of Medicine (M.D.) 10,285 30,855 15,802 47,406

1 Some non-Ohio residents may qualify for reciprocity or metropolitan tuition rates based on program, county of residence and application approval.

2 College of Law is on a semester academic and billing schedule.

Residence Hall Rates3

Traditional Room +209 Value Meal Plan/132 Plus Meal Plan Traditional Room +154 Meal Plan Double Room Suites +209 Value Meal Plan/132 Plus Meal Plan
Term Year Term Year Term Year
$3,234 $9,702 $3,170 $9,510 $3,589 $10,767

Student Health Insurance4

Term Year
Single Coverage $483 $1,449

Schools and Colleges of University of Cincinnati

University of Cincinnati News

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