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All first-time freshmen who have been admitted to a baccalaureate college at UC are considered for admission to the University Honors Program (UHP). These students must have completed all elements of the UC application for admission by December 1st. Students do not submit a separate application to the UHP.
Admission to the University Honors Program is very competitive. Students invited to participate typically have:
*Meeting the above academic parameters does not guarantee admission.
Admission is based on more than test scores and high school GPA. While we are looking for students who have excelled academically, we are also looking for students who demonstrate leadership capacities, a willingness to take on challenges and an interest in becoming engaged in local and global communities.
With the above in mind, we pay very close attention to co-curricular activities as well as the personal statement and essay that is submitted as part of the application for admission to the University of Cincinnati. Applications are reviewed holistically, keeping all of these aspects in mind.
The following characteristics are descriptive of the incoming class. The test scores featured should not be viewed as program requirements for admission.
Students who have been admitted to the University Honors Program as incoming freshmen for fall 2014 will be notified in mid-February 2014.
Students who have not been invited to participate in the University Honors Program as incoming freshmen will not be sent a notification. Students who are not admitted as incoming freshmen are welcome and encouraged to apply to participate in the program through our transition admission process. Learn more about that process here.
Please contact Jessica Donovan at 513-556-2422 or email@example.com.
If you have been admitted to the UHP and have questions about honors housing, please see that section of our website.
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