Colleges and Schools

Your support of individual colleges within the University of Cincinnati helps support scholarships, research and special 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.

College of Allied Health Sciences

College of Arts & Sciences

 Carl H. Lindner College of Business

UC Clermont College

College-Conservatory of Music

College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning

College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services

College of Engineering and Applied Science

College of Law

College of Medicine

College of Nursing

James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy

UC Blue Ash College

The Graduate College


College of Medicine


The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, located in the heart of the city just east of the university’s uptown campus, has a distinguished reputation for training prominent health care professionals and providing leading-edge research. Because of its excellence in education, patient care and research, students, researchers, physicians and patients travel from all over the world to take advantage of its many opportunities. Established in 1819, the College of Medicine is considered the oldest medical college west of the Allegheny Mountains. It boasts an exceptional list of alumni and current and past faculty who have made considerable contributions to medicine and the medical sciences. The College of Medicine is committed to providing a curriculum which offers diverse learning opportunities. Students develop a broad range of knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to practice medicine. The curriculum has been carefully structured to balance subject-specific courses, integrated content blocks and clinical experiences.

Our Vision

Through collaboration and innovation, our vision is to be the leader in improving the health of our local and global community. Our mission is to improve health for all through:

  • Personalized care embracing best clinical practices
  • Innovative interdisciplinary research
  • Premier clinical and scientific training
  • Creative community partnerships

Funding Opportunities


The average medical student graduates with more than $168,000 in student debt — an amount that can take decades to pay off and can adversely affect a young graduate's career choices. Currently, the College of Medicine can provide scholarships to just 16 percent of all students — a percentage we wish to increase.

By designating your gift to College of Medicine scholarships, you help alleviate our students' debt burden and help the College of Medicine attract top medical students.

University of Cincinnati Heart, Lung and Vascular Institute

The UC Heart, Lung and Vascular Institute is one of three institutes within the UC Health network, where expert physicians come together with researchers from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine to make true breakthroughs in medicine.

In the field of cardiovascular and pulmonary research and care, the institute is nationally known for discoveries and contributions – but most importantly for translating insights into real treatments that help patients every day.

University of Cincinnati Cancer Center

The UC Cancer Center combines the best of the university's research and faculty with UC Health’s excellent clinical programs so innovative, cutting edge research informs multi-disciplinary care.  UC faculty engages in research across the entire spectrum, starting with basic laboratory research to high-throughput screening for drug targets and first-in-human clinical trials. Patients benefit from this bench-to-bedside approach that sets the UC Cancer Center apart from any other medical provider in the region.

University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute

The University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute (UGCNI) is a leading treatment, research and teaching center for complex neurological conditions that includes more than 100 faculty members from 15 clinical specialties.

Based at the College of Medicine and the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, UCGNI physicians and researchers have achieved national benchmarks in the collaborative treatment and investigation of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke, brain aneurysms, brain and spinal cord trauma, Parkinson’s disease, brain tumors, seizures, trigeminal neuralgia, Alzheimer’s disease and memory disorders, mood disorders and neuromuscular disorders.

Contact Information

Jonathan Agree
Vice President Academic Health Center and UC Health

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