Transition Advising (Major/College-Changers)
The following information is for transition and major-changing students.
What is a transition student?
- A student currently enrolled in a UC college who wishes to change or continue their education at another UC college.
This includes students who wish to transition to/from UCBA or Clermont Campus to/from Clifton Campus.
- We can help you find the most direct path into your next academic program.
- Don’t have a plan b? No problem, we can help you start the process toward identifying an alternative major at UC.
How to transition to/change major within UC Clifton Campus
Step 1: Check out your desired major and their admission criteria.
Step 2: Apply!
If you are transitioning/changing to any of the following colleges, click the desired college to access its online 'change of college' form:
For all other colleges, use the
'Application for Change in College' form
Step 3: Once you have submitted the form, the faculty and staff of your desired major will evaluate your academic record and inform you about the transition process.
If you have any questions regarding the application procedure, we are here to help. Give us a call at 513-556-9000 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you're graduating from UC Clermont or UC Blue Ash with a minimum 3.4 GPA, you may be eligible for a scholarship for your 4-year degree at Clifton Campus.
For more information,
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