University of Cincinnati Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (58)
I love all of the opportunities that The University of Cincinnati provides me. Because of their Masters 4+1 program, I can start working towards my graduate degree while I am still in my undergrad. Each professor that I have had while attending this school has made it their personal missions to give me the tools and knowledge I need to succeed. I am so happy and honored to be a Bearcat!
The University of Cincinnati is a very diverse campus offering a variety of different degree programs. The College of Engineering in particular is renowned for its co-op program in which it pairs students with various companies around the world in order to give them real world experience.
This program will place all students in both urban and suburban schools to get experience of teaching. There are so many resources to help them use and teach better. The diversity is very friendly there. All professors and supervisors are supportive.
The architecture program at the University of Cincinnati featured a co-op program. This helped students prepare for work after graduation by applying to and working for a different firm every other semester. I grew as a professional and gained experience that set my resume above other graduates who did not complete the co-op program.
University of Cincinnati was efficient in getting a degree and entering the world of greater education. I do not think the University of Cincinnati College of Allied Health Sciences is an ideal school for getting a bachelor's education without following it with a masters. I think UC has been great for a start in my career, but I think the bulk of my career education will be from my Master's degree that I am getting at a different school.
Attending the University of Cincinnati is the best decision I have ever made. The opportunities for student involvement are important for building character. The rigor of courses depends on your field of study and very across colleges. UC hold the most beautiful urban campus I have ever been on, and the area holds vast possibilities for lovers of the arts, including being home to the College Conservatory of Music, one of the most renown conservatories in the nation. Students have a large impact over the university, and it is clear that the administration has a vested interest in our success.
The University of Cincinnati, with its inner city environment, has many career opportunities for students. There are many internships and co-ops associated with the school. There is a large and growing number of clubs, activities, and other groups for on campus events and organizations and also for the Cincinnati community. Personally, I was involved in teacher assisting which allowed me to gain benefical networks with professors. There are many opportunities for undergraduate research in the field of Psychology. However, the inner city environment does come with a safety factor. The university does have a number of break ins and crime each year. Despite this, for a large campus I felt very close to the professors and students and my overall experience was one based on community and strive for quality education.
The University of Cincinnati is an excellent school and has prepared me not only for my career as a Certified Public Accountant and all the steps it took to get there, but also as a leader and an innovator. Every instructor I had as an accounting major was very passionate about their students learning and about the material itself. I was able to not only learn the material, but also understand what a real world career in accounting would be like from the instructors, from my peers, and most importantly from the co-op program offered at UC. I wish every program at every college offered the co-op program. It was by far the best decision because it not only helped me to network with other peers and local firms, but it enhanced my learning experience immensely. I cannot recommend the program enough! And I was lucky enough to be offered a job right out of college through the firm where I did my co-op with.
Very disorganized program and confusion among staff about who is responsible for what. Students were left to figure a lot of things out on their own. I have heard this from others who were in the program with me and there unfortunately isn't one student from our cohort who would recommend the program to friends.
The University of Cincinnati as a whole was a fantastic place to drive personal growth. The Health Education program that I took part in however, lacked transparency in regards to the lack of earning potential. This was of no fault to the professors, they were great and helped me to really understand the sciences behind the human body but I felt that overall the program was lacking in terms of the quantity of those science based courses that truly contributed to the knowledge base that I would need in my professional field.