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Easy credit transfer to/from Cincinnati State

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For almost all Cincinnati State degree programs, credits are designed to easily transfer to most four-year colleges and universities in the area if students choose to continue studies after graduating from Cincinnati State. So a student can begin studies at Cincinnati State, and easily transfer as a junior to another college or university.

State of Ohio Policy for Institutional Transfer

The Ohio Board of Regents makes it easy for students at one Ohio public college or university to transfer credit to another. This is achieved primarily through the transfer module, a subset or entire set of a college or university’s general education curriculum in AA, AS, and baccalaureate degree programs. Transfer Module course(s) or the full module completed at Cincinnati State will automatically meet the requirements of individual Transfer Module course(s) or the full Transfer Module at another Ohio college or university once the student is admitted. Students may be required, however, to meet additional general education requirements at the institution to which they transfer.

Here is the State of Ohio’s complete Policy for Institutional Transfer.

Articulation Agreements

An articulation agreement is an officially approved agreement that allows students to make a smooth transition from Cincinnati State to a four-year institution. Cincinnati State currently has articulation agreements for various programs with the following colleges and universities:

Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities
Cincinnati Christian University
Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science
College of Mount St. Joseph
Denison University
DeVry University/Columbus
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Franklin University
Kaplan University
Miami University
Mount Vernon Nazarene University
Northern Kentucky University
Parks College of St. Louis University
Purdue University
Rochester Institute of Technology
The Ohio State University
Union Institute & University
Thomas More College
University of Cincinnati
University of Dayton
University of Findlay
University of Toledo
Wilmington College
Xavier University

Earn a bachelor’s degree on Cincinnati State’s campus

Students can earn a bachelor’s degree without leaving the Cincinnati State campus. Wilmington College, Tiffin University, and Lindsey Wilson College offer some of their bachelor’s degree programs online and through classes on our campus.

Franklin University and the University of Toledo offer degree completion for some of their programs online, making it easy to obtain your bachelor’s degree.

Cross-register for the classes you need

Cincinnati State is a member of the Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities (GCCCU), comprised of 17 higher education institutions located in Greater Cincinnati. This allows our students to cross-register at other GCCCU institutions for classes not offered at Cincinnati State. For more information, visit www.gcccu.org.

Questions about transfer of credits

For questions about transfer of credits, contact the academic division that offers the program you wish to pursue.

Business Technologies Division
(513) 569-1620 phone
Email

Center for Innovative Technologies
(513) 569-1743 phone
Email

Health and Public Safety
(513) 569-1670 phone
Email

Humanities and Sciences Divisions
(513) 569-1700 phone
Email

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Location & Hours

Office of Admission
Main Building
Room 181
(513) 861-7700 phone
Email

Hours
8 am – 6:30 pm M–Th
8 am – 5 pm F


In addition, the Answer Center provides Office of Admission services from 8 am-4:30 pm Monday-Friday.

Location & Hours

Office of Financial Aid
Main Building
Room 155
(513) 569-1530 phone
(513) 569-1469 fax
Email

Hours
8 am – 6:30 pm M–Th
8 am – 5 pm F

Apply Early

You should begin the admission process six to eight weeks in advance of the term you plan to attend Cincinnati State. This allows time to facilitate transcript requests, process financial aid, and advise you on your academic pursuits. Note that admission to the College is based on the policy “first-come, first-qualified, first-served.” Applicants are notified of acceptance by mail and via Cincinnati State email.

 
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