VPS Newsletter June 2013
Are you ready for your classes?
Regardless of your answer to that question, the Academic Support page has plenty of information to provide you with everything that you want to know before you put the pen to the paper and begin your new classes.
Wondering when your classes start? How about which days you have off? Need to know the final exam schedule? Check out the Academic Calendar page and update your planners so you stay up to date with your classes. This is a great way to plan out your approach to the semester.
These people are here for you throughtout every step of your time here at the University of Cincinnati. They have personally been appointed as the go-to advisors for student veterans for each individual college. If you are an Allied Health student, please contact your personal academic advisor, since advisors complete the VA forms for the Allied Health College.
|Jeff Bosworth||UC Clermont||(513) 558-5358|
|Mark Bowers||College of Engineering &
|Shari Coffey||Lindner College of Business||(513) 556-7030|
|Ethan Fletcher||College of Education, Criminal
Justice, and Human Services
|Tom Minter||UC Blue Ash||(513) 745-5753|
|Patty Rencher||College-Conservatory of Music||(513) 556-9473|
|Patricia Rogers||College of Design, Architecture,
Art, and Planning
|Gail Stocker||College of Arts & Sciences||(513) 556-5860|
|College of Allied Health||(513) 558-7495|
VITAL is a VA initiative aimed to support student Veterans on campus in their successful transition to and completion of their academic goals through increased access to health, mental health, programs and services.
VITAL serves student Veterans by:
*Enrolling them in CVAMC (Cincy VA Medical Center)
*Referral & Assistance with resources and benefits
*Short-term EBT for Mental Health concerns
*Collaboration with the DSO to obtain accommodations (assistive technology devices)
*Support with university processes academic actions and/or conduct issues
*Development of Student Veteran Peer Groups
The Graduate-Level Programs search page was created specifically to serve you in your search for the perfect graduate program, be it for a Masters or a Doctoral Degree.
The University of Cincinnati has hundreds of majors spanning over 10 different colleges to offer to its students. Some of you may know exactly what you want to study and do in the next step of your life. Some of you may be unsure of your choices and may want to test the waters by taking a few courses. And some of you may be completely undecided, but that's okay!
The list of undergraduate majors & programs is the best place to start if you want to explore everything that UC has to offer.
Whether you are a current or prospective student facing time demands or restrictions on your travel, the Distance Learning Program at the University of Cincinnati gives you access to an abundance of high-quality educational opportunities: degrees, certificates, and courses online and through other media.
We are committed to meeting your needs for alternative delivery options that are affordable and convenient as you pursue the knowledge and credentials you need to achieve your goals. Take some time and explore the Distance Learning website to learn more about distance learning at the University of Cincinnati.
Disability Services is dedicated to empowering students with disabilities through the delivery of reasonable accomodations and support services while educating the UC community to see beyond disabilities to the richness of inclusion.
Veterans with disabilities who need academic accomodations or other specialized services while attending the University of Cincinnati will receive reasonable accomodations to meet their individual needs as well as advocacy assistance on disability-related issues.
Each campus has its own Disability Services Office. Links to the respective Disability Services Offices are below: