Cincinnati media highlight UC's return to campus
Fall 2021 brings most diverse class in UC's history
Bearcats are eager for in-person classes, and respecting COVID guidelines as the University of Cincinnati begins the fall semester 2021.
Local media in Cincinnati report that more than 46,700 students are expected to begin instruction with a more traditional fall term that focuses on in-person classes and activities.
UC is more diverse than ever with racial and ethnic minorities making up 24.1% of this year’s student body.
UC students, administrators and faculty spoke with Cincinnati media about the return to campus on Monday, Aug. 23 as the semester's first classes began.
Check out UC's back-to-school coverage in the news:
- College-Conservatory of Music
- College bound
- College of Pharmacy
- College of Medicine
- College of Arts and Sciences
- College of Allied Health Sciences
- Student Experience
- Academic Health Center
- College of Education, Criminal Justice, & Human Services
- Blue Ash College
- Clermont College
- In The News
- College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning
- Graduate School
- College of Law
- College of Nursing
- Lindner College of Business
- College of Engineering and Applied Science
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