Transition students join the Lindner College of Business from other colleges at the University of Cincinnati.
To explore a business degree, major or minor, non-business students should attend a prospective student information session. This semester, the Lindner College of Business is hosting virtual information sessions. While this session has a designated day and time, it takes place completely on the internet through Blackboard. You can participate from any location as long as you have an internet connection.
Virtual sessions are held on the following dates for Spring 2019 semester. Please select the date you are interested in attending to complete registration. Each session will be an hour in duration with a live chat. In order to provide individualized attention, each session is limited to eight students. Once a session has filled, the survey will show as closed.
All sessions will open for registration on January 14th, 2019.
Questions? Please email Victoria.Regan@uc.edu.
Applying to the Lindner College of Business
Students may file the "Applications for Change in College" form, available through the Registrar's office. The Lindner College of Business accepts transition students to begin in the fall, spring or summer semester. This form must be submitted to the Undergraduate Programs Office, Carl H. Lindner Hall, Room 105, following these application deadlines:
- Fall Semester: July 1
- Spring Semester: November 1
- Summer Semester: March 1
Transition requirements :
Please review the list below to determine eligibility for admission to the Lindner College of Business. For full criteria, see the notes at the bottom of the page.
Prior to submitting an application for all degree programs in the Lindner College of Business, you must:
1. Have a cumulative collegiate grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale over all course work attempted.
Please note this includes all coursework taken at UC and other universities.
Students must also have a University of Cincinnati GPA of a 2.0 or higher.
2. Demonstrate appropriate progress toward completion of required mathematics courses.
For BBA and BA programs, students must have earned a grade of C- or better in Math 1044 or Math 1061, or successfully completed Math 1046 with a passing grade.
For the BS programs, students must have earned a grade of C- or better in Math 1061.
3. Students with fewer than the equivalent of 30 semester hours will be evaluated based on Freshmen admissions criteria.
If admitted, participation in a Lindner College of Business Orientation session is mandatory. Failure to attend an Orientation session will result in the offer of admission being rescinded.