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Media coverage of UC's first day back to school

Local media share news of another record enrollment and more as classes begin Aug. 26

All of Cincinnati's four local television stations carried live coverage from the University of Cincinnati campus this morning to share UC's back-to-school news with area viewers. 

Among the headlines, the university begins the 2019-20 academic year with yet another record enrollment — its seventh straight. The latest enrollment projection is more than 46,200 students this semester, including nearly 8,000 first-year students (also a record). Read complete back-to-school package.

Local reporters interviewed a number of UC students, faculty and staff, including:

  • Caroline Miller, vice president for Enrollment management
  • Marianne Lewis, dean of the Carl H. Lindner College of Business
  • Tina Whalen, dean of the College of Allied Health Sciences
  • Hazem Said, director of the School of Information Technology in UC's College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services, and Early IT student Vismaya Manchaiah
  • Chandler Rankin, student government president, and Abbie Smith, student government vice president

Follow media coverage of UC's back-to-school news