Everything You Always Wanted to Know About UC Students But Didn't Know to Ask

Ever wondered how many Native American Indian undergraduates study at the College-Conservatory of Music? Or how many Asian graduate students are in the College of Law? What university gives us our highest number of transfer students? Did you know that 11 a.m. is the most popular time slot for classes held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday?

You can now find these answers and more — to questions you never dreamed of before — in the electronic copy of the “University of Cincinnati Student Fact Book Autumn 2005,” now available on the Web page for the Office of Institutional Research.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact

Lee Mortimer
Director, Office of Institutional Research
University of Cincinnati
P. O. Box 210127
Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0127
Phone: (513) 556-0364
Fax: (513) 556-2046

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