Colleges and Schools
Your support of individual colleges within the University of Cincinnati helps support scholarships, research and speical programs throughout UC. Select a college below to learn more about that school's vision and read about funds that have been identified as priorities.
UC Blue Ash College
UC Blue Ash College is an open-access regional campus of the University of Cincinnati and offers close to 50 academic majors in associate and technical baccalaureate programs. The college provides an outstanding academic experience which includes learning support services and technologies for students at all levels of academic preparation.
Because education is a continuous process, UC Blue Ash College believes in developing interactive relationships with its community, including schools and businesses, and responding to changing needs by providing quality programs and courses, cultural enrichment, lifelong learning opportunities and contributions to the economic growth of the region.
UC Blue Ash Scholarship Fund
This fund provides scholarships to deserving students across all disciplines to help them achieve their academic dreams and eliminate financial barriers.
UC Blue Ash College Building Fund
This fund provides support to campus projects including building renovations and the addition of a new building to house classroom and faculty office space. Donations to this fund ensure the college has topnotch facilities across all academic disciplines.
UC Smiles Fund
Donations to this fund support UC Smiles, a program designed to educate elementary and middle school children on the importance of proper oral care while receiving a free cleaning and check-up provided by dental hygiene students in the college's dental hygiene clinic.
Veterinary Technology Discretionary Fund
Donations to this fund support supplies and equipment needed for community outreach efforts for Veterinary Technology Students. This program partners with several organizations such as local animal shelters.
Director of Development, Blue Ash College