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2012 Friday Commencement


Private support allows us to infuse new resources into dynamic programs and services that enhance the university experience and build a stronger sense of community. Such gifts help to improve our diversity recruiting of faculty, staff and students by offering professorships, research grants, scholarships, and support for professional development. We invite you to join our efforts in making the University of Cincinnati best in class.


The Chief Diversity Officer Impact Fund provides additional resources to create, support, or enhance diverse and inclusive programs, projects, activities, and practices.

The UC Women's Center promotes equitable and safe environments on campus for women through advocacy, research and education. 

The LGBTQ Center is an inclusive campus community that welcomes people of all sexual orientations and gender identities and provides support, resources and advocacy.

Gen-1 Theme House is a 24-hour living and learning community for first-generation college students who receive support through mentoring, tutoring, and professional advising. 

The Veterans Discretionary Fund helps to support the University of Cincinnati's efforst of acknowledging the service of the men and women in the Armed Froces and is committed to providing a full range of quality academic, career, counseling and student services to veterans and ROTC cadets as they pursue their dreams and higher education goals. 

The UC Bearcats Pantry provides free food, hygiene items, and cleaning supplies to students with food and other insecurities. The pantry also provides meal vouchers that can be used at campus dining halls. The pantry is meant to provide supplemental support which means we do not supply enough food to completely eradicate food insecurity. Our goal is to assist students in need by cutting down their grocery bills and connecting them to other resources in an effort to promote independence. The Bearcats Pantry is here to support students of all backgrounds and serve the student population.

The Disability Services Fund is dedicated to empowering students with disabilities through the delivery of reasonable accommodations, support services, and tutoring assistance while educating the UC community to see beyond disabilities to the richness of inclusion.

AACRC advocates for cultural and racial understanding in higher education, and serves as a resource about the Black experience through peer mentoring and first year experience programs for students.

For over 20 years, 4A has served the University and its African American alumni to create opportunities for graduates to reconnect with each other, current students, and their alma mater.  4A accomplishes this through social programming, professional development, community service, and supporting our students through networking and philanthropy.

The program provides full-tuition scholarships and stipends to academically talented students of color. Aside from the financial support, Turner also has a program component to ensure the retention, graduation, and placement of students.  Through a close-knit team of staff, alumni, and corporate partners, Turner provides a series of activities and workshops to enhance students’ personal, social and professional development.