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Division of Student Affairs & Services

Student Services

Student Services includes university offices and areas that offer support services and programs designed to meet the unique learning, developmental and career needs of a diverse student body:

Academic Excellence & Support Services

Disability Services

210 University Pavilion
513-556-6823; 513-556-3277 TTY
dso@uc.edu 
www.uc.edu/aess/disability/

  • Disability-related advising
  • Support services and accommodations
  • Sign language Interpreters and CART writers 
  • Resources and referrals
Learning Assistance Center

2441 French Hall West
513-556-3244
lac@uc.edu
www.uc.edu/aess/lac

  • Academic Coaching and Tutoring
  • Supplemental Instruction
  • Cincinnati Pride Grant Advising
  • BEARchats Conversation Partners Program
  • Writing Tutoring at the Academic Writing Center (located in 149 McMicken)

Testing Services

100 University Pavilion
513-556-7173
Heidi Pettyjohn
www.uc.edu/testingservices/

  • Computer-based testing lab
  • Paper/pencil testing facility
  • Course Placement & Internet-based exams
  • Outside proctoring
Veterans Programs & Services

230 University Pavilion
513-556-6811
www.uc.edu/aess/vps

Career Development Center

140 University Pavilion
513-556-3471
Katrina Jordan
www.uc.edu/career/

  • Career Resources
  • Professional Development Courses
  • Career planning workshops, classes, individual career counseling, and Career Navigator
  • Employer on-campus recruiting
  • Career fairs

Center for Community Engagement

2639 Clifton Avenue (Stratford Heights)
513-556-1559
Kathy Brown
www.uc.edu/cce/

  • Service learning
  • Volunteer opportunities and community service
  • Servant leadership development
  • Alternative Winter and Spring Breaks

Counseling Center

225 Calhoun Street
Suite 200
513-556-0648
Tow Yau
www.uc.edu/counseling/

  • Individual and group counseling
  • Outreach/psycho-educational programs across campus
  • Consultation to faculty, staff, family, friends concerned about a student
  • Participation in university response to critical situations

Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program

702 Swift Hall
513 556-2890

Cheri Westmoreland
www.uc.edu/mcnair

  • Federal Trio Program
  • Assists undergraduate students from low income households, first generation college students and members of an under-represented ethnic group in graduate school
  • Assists in preparation for doctoral studies through various scholarly activities