Transition Advising

Students walking on Clifton Campus MainStreet

Transition Fair, February 12-16, 2024

Planning to transition to another College to complete your academic program or pursue a bachelor’s degree?

Connect with your college/program of interest by attending transition information sessions and advising offerings during the Transition Fair!

See full program and details

If you are transitioning from UC Blue Ash or Clermont College to Uptwon Campus, the following information will guide you through the process.

Your designated transition advisor can help you with any questions you may have about this process.


Exploring majors?

Are you thinking about changing your major, but don’t know where to start? The My Majors tool allows students to complete a short assessment and receive results specific to UC’s majors.

Take this first step to finding your best fit major and then reach out to our advising team to talk more about your options.


Changing majors?

We can help you find the most direct path into your next academic program. Don’t have a plan b? No problem, we can help you start the process toward identifying an alternative major at UC.

How to change your major/college

Step 1: Find your desired major and check its admission criteria.

Step 2: Access the Change of College form on the Registrar's Office website by clicking the button below. Follow the instructions on the page and submit the form.

Step 3: Once you have submitted the form, the faculty and staff of your desired major will evaluate your academic record and inform you about the transition process.


Transition Scholarships and Awards

If you are graduating with an associate degree from UC Clermont or UC Blue Ash and planning to complete an on-campus bachelor’s degree program at the Clifton campus, you may be eligible for the Regional to Clifton Transition Scholarship and/or the Transition Access Award. Please note that these awards/scholarships are not available for enrollment in programs designated as online/distance learning.

Learn more about Transition Scholarships and Awards


Transition Advisors

Clermont Campus

Nancy Coscia

Nancy Coscia

P: 513-558-1816
L: 100 Student Services Building


Blue Ash Campus

Tom West

Tom West

P: 513-558-7723
L: Muntz Hall 125


Resources for Transition Students

Accessibility Resources

Learn how the Accessibility Resources Office empowers students with disabilities through accommodations and support services.

Career Education            

Resources for your career planning, such as job search preparation, profile assessment, and coaching.

Learning Commons

Academic tutoring, writing assistance, and supplemental instruction for students, with both individual and group options.

Majors & Programs

Search among more than 250 undergrad majors and programs, and learn more about admission requirements and courses.

Enrollment Services (formerly known as One Stop)

The portal for all things related to registration, student records, student accounts, financial aid, and collections.

African American Cultural and Resource Center

The center helps prepare students to become effective leaders, and plays a key role in the mission of the university.

Bearcat Card

The Bearcat Card is both your student ID and a pre-paid debit card that can be used at over 400 locations on and off-campus.

Ethnic Programs & Services

The center enhances the cultural, ethnic and racial awareness of the entire university community and supports the needs of students of color.

LGBTQ Center

An inclusive campus community that welcomes people of all sexual orientations and gender identities and provides support, resources, and advocacy.

Off-Campus Housing

Fellow transfer students are looking for roommates. Sign up and find your new home today!

Student Activities and Learning Development

Get involved on campus with more than 500 student organizations, as well as activities and cultural programs for students.

Student Health Insurance

Learn more about the SHI eligibility requirements, coverage, enrollment, charges, and deadlines.

Veterans Programs & Services

Find out how you can use your VA benefits at Cincinnati and learn more about veteran-specific activities and programs.


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Our campus bookstore offers everything from school supplies to light dorm room furniture. In-store and online.

Campus Recreation Center

Everything you need for your workout at a student discount, including fitness equipment, courts, and pools.

Food Services

Find information on meal plans, dining centers, and Food Service's contribution to sustainability.


Residence hall communities are safe and convenient low-stress environments that encourage and promote student success.


Ten libraries, including digital collections, textbook reserves, remote online access, and more are available to you at no cost.


View parking maps, buy your parking pass, and get updates about event parking. Motorist assistance is also available. 

Public Safety

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Shuttle Services

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