University of Cincinnati Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (59)
I had the greatest experience in my undergrad at the University of Cincinnati. I enjoyed it so much, I was inspired to continue my higher education career with my master's degree. This school has an incredible support system of students, faculty, and staff. Everyone is truly a part of a strong and beautiful community all working together to be successful. If I could go back to choosing a college, I would choose University of Cincinnati every time.
The University of Cincinnati has a great engineering program. With a required co-op program, students graduate with almost two years for worke experience. The co-ops are s great way to learn what type of job you want to do after graduation, or if you want to continue on to graduate school.
The university of Cincinnati is growing immensely and is becoming a major competitor to previously renown universities such at THE Ohio State University. UC gives students a great social atmosphere as well as an amazing education with highly accredited programs such as their Linder Business College and DAAP. Nursing (my major) is also, like everything at UC, is very much on the rise. However, with such a rapid rise they are struggling with organization and professors are overwhelmed. That being said though, the social experience and the knowledgeable professors, as well as the recognition that a degree from UC will get you makes the experience well worth it!
The University of Cincinnati is an amazing school. In many ways they have prepared me for my field, as well as prepared me for my future endeavors. The curriculum is heavily focused on current research, as well as techniques used in research in order to give students the best idea of what the current techniques are, as well as how to use them. The financial aid services at One stop are great, they will always help you if you have a problem. Overall my degree will heavily influence my earning potential because for the majority of all lab work you need at least a B.S. degree. I would highly recommend this school as everybody is very friendly, and it feels like a large community. A community where we can compete to do our best, as well as encourage others to do their best.
The University of Cincinnati is a great school. Cincinnati has a lot to offer from sports to historical monuments and the rich culture of the City has made the University a great place to attend. I earned a degree in Psychology. Although I am a bit underwhelmed with the career opportunities and earning potential of this degree, the course was well taught.
The University of Cincinnati is a beautiful campus located in the heart of downtown Cincinnati, OH. You are surrounded by a diversity of different people and plenty of activities and groups to satisfy every individual's desires. There are a wide variety of majors offered and just as many staff and organizations to help you achieve your goals and graduate with your degree.
The Key is keep a 3.2 GPA no matter what is your major, every opportunity rotates around this GPA value from paid Co-Op to internship. UC has so much potential and development going on that by the time you ll get there you will find yourself in a TOP school In U.S.A
I like that UC has roots in the Ohio and Kentucky area because that is where my family is from and where I plan to have my career. However, from my personal experience, the school wasn't that welcoming or helpful for students that commute or, lately, first generation college students. This shows with the fact that black students make up only 8% of the campus and other non international minorities even less.
I love the psychology program at UC. The professors are very passionate about what they do, and are easily accessible. My advisor is also very helpful, and I am looking into going to graduate school at UC for a masters in psychology. Overall, UC is a fantastic and diverse campus.
The University of Cincinnati College of Allied Health Sciences has given me a great educational experience. I have learned about many different allied health professions while gaining hands-on experience in the rehabilitation science labs, and working with professors who have real world experience both with patient care, and research. Hearing their enthusiasm in the individual fields of study makes me excited to start my career. The professors I have worked with so far have opened my eyes to many opportunities that I may be able to take advantage of moving forward with my graduate school endeavors.