University of Cincinnati-UC Blue Ash College Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (4)
UC Blue Ash is a great place to start your college education. Coming from a less affluent family, I was financially unable to attend any of the big universities in the area. UCBA is a cost efficient godsend for the community. without it I would not be graduating. The teachers are kind, thorough, and willing to work with you to achieve exemplary grades.
I have been satisfied with education I received from UCBA. The professors are very professional and knowledgeable with their field. Campus after renovation become very beautiful and more renovation will come in place. Working staff and turning centers are very helpful. Diversity of the campus growing every year. Very affordable for two year program.
UC Blue Ash is that perfect middle ground college for people that aren't used to large classes and self-teaching. Professors and staff still expect one to be independent but are willing to help when asked. They offer the quality education of a huge university with the feel of a smaller, more personalized learning environment. Also, the study abroad opportunities at UC Blue Ash are incredible; they made it unbelievably easy to apply for scholarships for the abroad experience and the trip was extremely well-organized without being too restricted. The campus is small and easy to navigate with offices that don't have the "take-a-number" feel of large universities. At UCBA, a person is just that, a person, not a number. The affiliation with the bigger "home" campus allows for easy credit transfers for when students are ready to move to a more intense or more in-depth program, but students don't have to go in with the enormous debts that would usually be attained at the "home" campus.
The University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College (UCBA) has truly been amazing! Its been a privilege to attend a school that is incredibly focused on their student's success. UCBA used to be called Raymond Walters. It is completely different now; thanks to new faculty, directors, and dean. The campus itself is not huge which is great, especially if you're a first year student. There's multiple two-year Associate programs that can be easily transferred to the Clifton (Main) campus for continuation in completing higher degrees, as well as a couple of Bachelor's programs. Also, UCBA is growing! They're building and renovating a lot over this summer because they're trying to add more classes and programs. Initially, I chose to attend UCBA because of their low tuition costs and the prestigious name of UC. UCBA has so much to offer, yet only costs $3,000 per semester for a full-time student! If you consider that price tag, along with the amazing learning resources, student centered atmosphere, and UC education... It's beyond awesome!