If you are not currently in a degree program at UC, the Transfer and Lifelong Learning Center (TLLC) can assist you in making appropriate course selections in relation to your educational goals, registering for courses, and gaining access to a number of student services.
In order to begin receiving academic accommodations for online courses, you must register with the Disability Services Office (DSO). You will find the procedure for Distance Education / Online Course Accomodations at http://www.uc.edu/aess/disability/distance.html
Student Governance and Policies
Policies and procedures regarding some commonly inquired about issues are found on UC's Right to Know website. For more information about these or other university policies, please contact the Office of the University Ombuds.
A general source for university-wide administrative policies, procedures and manuals can be found at http://www.uc.edu/about/policies.html.
Student Government is the law making body for the entire Student Body at the University of Cincinnati. Learn more about What Student Government Can Do for You.
Tutoring and Academic Assistance
The Learning Assistance Center offers both In-Person and Online Tutoring for all undergraduate UC students. Sessions are one-on-one with a subject-specific tutor to answer your questions. Tutoring is free of charge. The LAC offers many other resources for students, including an academic writing center. View all the LAC resources here.
The mission of Student Affairs is support students who have diverse backgrounds & abilities and to empower them to reach their full potential. Learn more at http://www.uc.edu/sa/gre_distance/distance.html.