UC graduate program showcase Nov. 16

Interested in graduate school at the University of Cincinnati? Join this event.

Bearcats Beyond Bachelor's: A Graduate Program Showcase is a gateway to discovering advanced educational opportunities available at UC, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Thursday, November 16, at TUC. Whether you are a current Bearcat student, a faculty member, a staff member or alum looking to further your skills, this event is for you.

Explore over 350 graduate degrees, certificates and professional programs across various disciplines. Our programs cater to a broad spectrum of academic and professional interests, from the sciences and engineering to the arts and humanities. Meet with multiple programs and attend information sessions to learn about the graduate admissions application process, how to fund your graduate degree, and why UC is the perfect place to earn your higher degree.

The first 200 attendees to register and check in at the event will receive a free UC folding tote bag.


  • Graduate Program Information Fair
  • Why UC for a Higher Degree?
  • Sessions about Applying and Paying for Graduate School

Who should attend?

  • All current UC students looking to explore graduate programs
  • UC faculty and staff looking to further their education
  • UC alums looking to further their education

Register online.

Featured image at top: College of Medicine graduate student Tasnim Olatoke is the lead researcher on a study on the lung condition LAM that was published recently in Science Advances. Photo by Andrew Higley/UC Marketing + Brand.

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Ryan Boyd

Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions, Recruitment, Office of Admissions


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