University of Cincinnati offers a cooperative education — experiential learning through internships, service spring breaks, virtual co-ops and capstone projects. The co-op program enables students to alternate semesters of coursework on campus with outside work at a host firm. This gives students over one year of relevant work experience by the time they graduate.
Approximately 46,000 students make it the second largest university in Ohio.
414 degree programs.
A 16:1 student-faculty ratio.
A career coach is available at no cost to undergraduate students and will help with a wide range of topics from career exploration to job search.
39 active fraternity and sorority chapters on campus with 3,200 students participating.
19 Division I sports teams.
120 learning communities in which 20–25 students have at least two classes together in the first year. Learning communities are based on a major area of study and are aligned with the university’s colleges.
80% of incoming freshmen live on campus each year.
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