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Undergraduate Admissions

First-year applicants to undergraduate programs at the Carl H. Lindner College of Business may review application requirements or apply online through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

We welcome transfer students from various accredited colleges and universities. For academic advising, including transfer credit questions, transfer students may contact the Transfer and Transition Advising Center. For Admissions and application questions, please contact the Center at 513-556-1100.  

Transition students join the Lindner College of Business from other colleges at the University of Cincinnati.

If you are a current UC student aspiring to pursue a degree at Lindner, please visit the Transition Students page to view the admission criteria.

To explore a major in Business, sign up for an information session below and learn about what Lindner can offer you! Information sessions are designed for students interested in Lindner for spring, summer or fall 2024. Sessions are virtual, and are open to Main Campus, Blue Ash and Clermont students.

During the session, you will hear a brief presentation about Lindner's undergraduate degree programs, have the ability to review your business degree audit (advisement report) and receive individual advising.

Sign-ups close five business days prior to the information session. Register for an upcoming information session:

Transition to Lindner Drop-in Advising Sessions
No sign-up necessary. Use link to join via Zoom.

The Lindner College of Business welcomes international applicants seeking a challenging academic environment. More information for international applicants is available from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

Graduate Admissions

Select the specific graduate program you are interested in to learn more about admission deadlines and specific program requirements.

Any student with a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution, regardless of field of study, is eligible to apply for admission to a Lindner graduate program. Applicants should have at least a B grade average (3.0 GPA or equivalent) in relevant undergraduate coursework, or otherwise show evidence of promise satisfactory to the admitting department. Applications are reviewed in a holistic manner, carefully considering your entire application portfolio. After an offer of admissions is extended to international students, a representative from the UC Office of International Student Services will reach out with next steps for obtaining visa documentation..

Application deadlines represent the day that applications must be complete and submitted with all required documents and applicable application fees. Late applications or applications that fail to have all required materials and fees by the established deadlines may not be considered.