Are you transferring to the University of Cincinnati? This page contains tips and resources to help ease your transition.
Transfer Student Checklist
View the Transfer Student Checklist to ensure that you don't miss any steps!
Catalyst Self-Help Guide
Need help navigating Catalyst? Use this Catalyst Self-Help Guide for instructions on how to do your UC related business online.
Have you granted your parent or other third party authorization to view and/or discuss your Catalyst account? You can use the Give Parent/Guest Access link in Catalyst to delegate access for your parent or other party.
Transfer & Transition Advising Center
The Transfer & Transition Advising Center advisors can help you navigate through campus and find direct pathways to your educational goals.
The Credit Evaluation Center evaluates how your credits from other institutions translate to credit at UC. Note: Financial aid is offered at the first-year student amount until all transfer credit is evaluated by UC.
Placement testing is required for new students who have never taken college-level English or Math courses.
Cincinnati Tuition Guarantee
The Cincinnati Tuition Guarantee for new, degree-seeking first-year and transfer students, sets tuition, mandatory fees, and room and board at a consistent rate for up to four or five years depending on the length of the student’s academic program.
Financial Aid Award Letter
Review personalized financial aid options as itemized in your financial aid award letter via Catalyst. Changes to your schedule can impact the amount of your financial aid.
Covering Remaining or Out-of-Pocket Cost
Sign up for direct deposit to to have financial aid or credit balance refunds automatically deposited into your bank account.
Health Insurance & Immunization
Need verification for car insurance, health insurance or to defer previous student loans? Free, official degree enrollment and verification documents may be printed directly from Catalyst. Please note: enrollment certifications for each term are available on the first day of classes for that term.