The University of Cincinnati offers a seamless transition for Eastern Gateway Community College students. With a rich history dating back to 1819, UC provides a foundation for academic success.

Here’s why one of UC’s 100% online programs is the perfect choice for you:

  • Effortless Transfer: Our dedicated transfer team ensures a smooth application process, credit evaluation, and course articulation.
  • Unwavering Support: UC advisors are by your side from application to graduation, offering guidance and resources to help you excel.
  • Nationally-Renowned Faculty: Learn from experts in their fields, bringing valuable real-world experience to your online education.
  • Multiple Start Dates: Get started on your schedule with flexible enrollment options throughout the year.
  • Affordable Tuition Rates: Pursue your degree without breaking the bank.

By joining UC, you’re not just transferring to a new university; you’re becoming a part of a vibrant community of learners ready to take your education to the next level.

Transfer Your Credits to UC

Great news! Since EGCC is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, your credits are likely transferable to UC. To get a personalized evaluation, request your official transcript from the National Student Clearinghouse and have it sent directly to [email protected].

How many credits can you transfer?

The number of transferable credits depends on the program you select, but for most associate degrees, you can expect to transfer up to 30 credits.

Already have your associate degree?

We’ve got you covered! UC offers a variety of bachelor’s degree completion programs designed to seamlessly build upon your associate degree and propel you towards your career goals.

Financial Aid and FAFSA

Understanding Financial Aid for Your University of Cincinnati Program

Planning your finances for college is crucial. To help you navigate financial aid options, here’s some key information:

  • FAFSA Application Timing: The FAFSA application cycle aligns with academic years, which run from Fall to Summer and span two years. Choose the FAFSA form that covers the academic year including your first enrollment term. For example, if you start in Spring 2025, use the 2024-2025 FAFSA form.
  • University of Cincinnati FAFSA School Code: 003125 – Include this code when applying for FAFSA to ensure the University of Cincinnati receives your financial aid information.

The University of Cincinnati offers payment plans for qualified students. Explore these options to potentially ease your financial burden. Visit the Bursar’s Office for more details.

Frequently Asked Questions