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Cincinnati is a public graduate school in Cincinnati, Ohio. It has a large graduate student body with an enrollment of 10,596 graduate students. Of the 114 graduate programs offered at University of Cincinnati, 16 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at University of Cincinnati are Pediatric Nursing, Criminal Justice and Safety Studies, and School Psychology. 48% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
2624 Clifton Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45221

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I am a current graduate student at the University of Cincinnati! All my courses are online, and I have been super impressed with how well done a 100% online program has been put together. The notes are given in lecture form, so you still get the same experience that you would get in a seated class. (Other than the interaction, of course) Study sessions and web seminars are provided frequently for that interaction though. Overall, I would rate my experience so far as five stars!
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I love the programs. I love the buildings. I love the student organizations. Five stars to the faculty and staff. If you are into sports, UC has you covered.

The thing that bugged me the most, I just hate how it is so dirty. If you are in an older building, they don't clean it. Black filth on the railings and door handles. One Edwards Center has so many cobwebs above their revolving doors, looks like it belongs in a haunted house. Garbage on the ground, everywhere. ERC's elevators base trim is caked in dirt.

Other than that, Go Bearcats!
The university is big and beautifully built. I like the diversity and the architecture of the school. I also like that most professors are professional and good at teaching. I think that every thing is pretty decent. However, the garage permits are very expensive and the equipment for the labs are old. Basically, if they pay more attention to buying new equipment than building pretty buildings, it may drive more students to stay local!