Check Your Student Email
The UC student email (UConnect) is the university’s primary means of communicating with students. You can click the icon on the left to access your email or you can select "Student Email" under UC Tools at the top of the page. Check your student email often for important updates, due dates, and deadlines!
View/Pay Your Bill Online
Tuition bills are made available online rather than mailed. To view your billing information, log into Catalyst and view a summary of your charges in the Account Summary portion of MY DASHBOARD or MY FINANCES. For a detailed listing of your charges, select Account Inquiry. Bills are due 5 days prior to the start of your classes.
Waive your health insurance
All students registered for 6+ credit hours must have health insurance. Students with qualifying health insurance plans can waive the university sponsored health coverage by logging into Catalyst and selecting "Health Insurance Waiver" on their To Do List, located on MY DASHBOARD and MY FINANCES. You can also check the status of your waiver request by selecting "Health Insurance Waiver Status" on the MY FINANCES tab.
Sign Up for a Payment Plan
Payment plans offer an option to students unable to pay their entire bill by the deadline. For more information on tuition payment plans, log into Catalyst and select Payment Plan Enrollment on the MY FINANCES tab.
Incoming Freshman? Send Your Final High School Transcript to Admissions
Final high school transcripts must be received by UC in order for financial aid to post to your student account. Contact UC Admissions at 513-556-1100 to confirm if the transcript has been received.
First Time Loan Borrower?
Complete Loan Entrance Counseling
First-time loan borrowers must complete loan entrance counseling in order to receive a student loan. Complete the counseling online at uc.edu/loancounseling.
Complete Your Loan Master Promissory Note
First-time loan borrowers must complete a Master Promissory Note (MPN) for each loan accepted on the award offer. Complete this important document at uc.edu/promnote.