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. Their primary purpose is to assist and guide students and alumni in their career quest. They cultivate employers as partners by initiating and facilitating opportunities in the public, private, governmental, and corporate sectors.
Caring Through Sharing Mentoring Program
The UC College of Nursing is committed to developing the nursing workforce through the promotion of diversity and inclusion in our student body. Students from underrepresented backgrounds have the opportunity to seek guidance and advice from working nurse professionals in the Caring through Sharing Mentoring Program. Participating students may include those whose ethnicity or gender are underrepresented in the field of nursing, first-generation college students, and students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds. They are paired with a mentor who serves in a supportive role that fosters their success in the nursing program. RN mentors have experienced life as a student and a professional nurse and can offer valuable insight to facilitate personal growth and career development.
Nurses who are interested in serving as a mentor in the Caring through Sharing Mentoring Program are encouraged to complete an application for consideration.
College of Nursing Student Organizations
With the culmination of challenging academics, exciting clinical experiences and endless student opportunities, there is never a dull moment at the UC College of Nursing. You are invited you to join an actively engaged community and explore life as a UC nursing student. Explore your options for getting involved as a BSN student in one of our Student Organizations!
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.
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.
Ethnic Programs & Services
The Office of Ethnic Programs and Services enhances the growth and development of students of color and addresses the academic, social, spiritual and cultural needs of the campus community.
Gen-1 Theme House
The Gen-1 Theme House is an off-campus residence designed to provide its residents with a safe, orderly and highly structured environment in which to live, learn and work. The primary mission of the Gen-1 Theme House is to provide first-year, first-generation students with the support needed to make a successful transition from high school to college.
UC International Services assists international visitors in understanding the rules, regulations, and procedures that must be followed during their stay in the United States.
Learning Assistance Center
The Learning Assistance Center (LAC) supports UC students in becoming independent and successful learners. They offer a variety of FREE services, including AESS In-Person and AESS Online peer tutoring, Supplemental Instruction (SI), Academic Coaching, Cincinnati Pride Grant (CPG), BEARchats, and the Academic Writing Center.
The LGBTQ Center supports the mission of the University of Cincinnati through a commitment to diversity, equity, leadership development, and intellectual inquiry with particular respect to sexual orientation and gender identity. The Center is an inclusive campus community that welcomes people of all sexual orientations and gender identities and provides support, resources and advocacy. The Center facilitates LGBTQ visibility by promoting and enhancing understanding, acceptance, and awareness regarding LGBTQ issues.
PR1ZE stands for "Putting Retention 1st in the Zest for Excellence." The PR1ZE Mentoring Program is a faculty and administration support program for historically underrepresented minority students, particularly focusing on African American students. It is specifically geared to give students additional tools to increase their chances of matriculating successfully through the academic rigor of college life and graduation. Through PR1ZE, students are linked with a faculty or professional staff mentor in their chosen major or field of interest who periodically contacts and connects with them for academic, social, and/or personal support, advice and assistance.
UC Women's Center
The UC Women’s Center has been in service to the women students, staff and faculty on the University of Cincinnati campus for over 30 years! Their mission is to promote equitable and safe environments on campus for women through advocacy, research and education.
University Health Services
University Health Services is the home of two campus health clinics, an on campus pharmacy, Employee Disability Management Services, Student Health Insurance, and Environmental Health and Safety. The staff takes great care to assure that your personal health information is protected as required by HIPAA. Additionally staff members have participated in Safe Zone Training and welcome all members of the UC community.
The Office of the University Ombuds is a safe and confidential place for all members of the UC community to talk about university related conflicts, issues or concerns. Their office staff will listen to your concerns and help you identify options for successful resolution. They provide guidance and information regarding any applicable university formal grievance processes and help explain university policies and procedures.