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Kentucky Reciprocity

Kentucky Reciprocity for Selected Counties

Reciprocity for Maysville Community College Students

 

Kentucky Reciprocity for Selected Counties

Residents of eight northern counties in the State of Kentucky who are matriculated in specific University of Cincinnati programs are eligible to enroll at UC under Ohio-resident tuition rates.

Kentucky Counties Included in the Kentucky/Ohio Reciprocity Agreement

Boone

Campbell

Gallatin

Kenton

Bracken

Carroll

Grant

Pendleton

 

Eligible UC Colleges and Programs

  • Clermont College: all associate degree programs except Criminal Justice Technology (Note:  Bracken County residents may apply for the Criminal Justice Technology program using the Maysville Reciprocity Application found below.)
  • College of Business: Honors Plus program
  • College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning: baccalaureate programs in Architecture, Horticulture, Interior Design, and Urban Planning (and, effective Fall Semester 2013, Fashion Design and Industrial Design). 
  • College of Engineering and Applied Science: the Freshman Engineering Program (FEP), the Engineering and Applied Science Entrance (EASE) program, all associate degree programs, and all undergraduate baccalaureate programs with the exception of baccalaureate programs in: Architectural Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering Technology, Construction Management, Electrical Engineering Technology, Fire Science, and Mechanical Engineering Technology.
  • UC Blue Ash College - all associate degree programs except the following:  Radiologic Technology, the UCBA exploratory studies program, and the baccalaureate program in Radiation Science.

Students residing in an eligible Kentucky county must initiate the reciprocity eligibility review process by submitting the Kentucky Reciprocity Application and supporting documentation verifying their residence in one of the eligible counties.  Documentation may include a driver's license, vehicle registration, most recent state income tax form, and a lease or property deed.

The application form and supporting documentation should be submitted at least two weeks prior to the start of the term for which you are enrolling but no later than the first day of classes for that term.

Documentation received after the start of the term may be processed for the following term.

The Kentucky Reciprocity application and supporting documentation may be submitted at the One Stop Student Services Center (University Pavilion, 2nd floor), or may be mailed to:

University of Cincinnati
Office of the Registrar – Attn: Residency
P.O. Box 210060
Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0060

The Registrar’s Office may require additional documentation prior to making a determination regarding your Kentucky Reciprocity eligibility.

 

 

Reciprocity for Maysville Community College Students from Selected Kentucky County Who Are Enrolled In UC Clermont College Degree Programs

A reciprocity agreement also exists between the State of Kentucky's Maysville Community College and University of Cincinnati-Clermont College.  Under this agreement, residents of the following Kentucky counties are eligible to enroll at University of Cincinnati-Clermont College for UC-Clermont College programs Ohio-resident tuition rates.

Bracken

Lewis

Mason

Robertson

Currently no UC-Clermont College programs are excluded under this agreement.  The term "program" may mean a workshop, a certificate program or an associate degree, but the "program" must be a workshop, certificate or degree offered by UC-Clermont College. This agreement does not extend to any other programs offered at other campuses of the University of Cincinnati

Students residing in an eligible Kentucky county must initiate the reciprocity eligibility review process by submitting the Maysville Community College Reciprocity Agreement Application and supporting documentation verifying their residence in one of the eligible counties.  Documentation may include a driver's license, vehicle registration, proof of voter registration, most recent state income tax form, and a lease or property deed.

The application form and supporting documentation should be submitted at least two weeks prior to the start of the term for which you are enrolling but no later than the first day of classes for that term.

Documentation received after the start of the term may be processed for the following term. 

The Maysville Community College Reciprocity Agreement application and supporting documentation may be submitted at the One Stop Student Services Center (University Pavilion, 2nd floor), or may be mailed to:

University of Cincinnati
Office of the Registrar – Attn: Residency
P.O. Box 210060
Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0060

The Registrar’s Office may require additional documentation prior to making a determination regarding your Maysville Community College Reciprocity Agreement eligibility.