Since University of Cincinnati educator Herman Schneider's invention of co-op 1906, UC has grown to be consistently ranked Top 5 for co-op in the nation in U.S. News & World Report. The Lindner College of Business is proud to further this powerful tradition.

Leading co-op business school

Co-op at Lindner is the practice of helping students complete multiple paid, professional work experiences related to their area of study before graduation.

Co-op empowers students to explore their career options while helping companies build their talent pipeline in the Cincinnati region and beyond.


Your next new hire

Flexibility underlies Lindner’s innovative approach to co-op, balancing the needs of the modern business student with employers' practical needs. Full-time, part-time, any-time, remote or hybrid, we match the needs of top employers with the skills and interests of top talent.

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Featured Articles

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Built-to-rent home inventory increases in Cincinnati region

May 22, 2024

Options are increasing for people who want the benefits of living in a house without the need for a mortgage as the number of built-to-rent homes is increasing in the Cincinnati region, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported. Gary Painter, PhD, the academic director of the University of Cincinnati’s Carl H. Lindner College of Business real estate program and a professor of real estate, thinks concerns about the developments are misplaced.

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Seminar sessions offer career prep for MS-IS students

May 20, 2024

The recent fall and spring semesters offered students enrolled in Lindner's Master of Science in information systems (MS-IS) program the opportunity to connect their academic learnings with the realities of the business world.

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Residents concerned about high concentration of low-income...

May 16, 2024

Efforts to build more affordable housing in Cincinnati have created concerns for residents as low-income housing has been concentrated in some of the city’s poorest neighborhoods, WCPO reported. Gary Painter, PhD, the academic director of the University of Cincinnati’s Carl H. Lindner College of Business real estate program and a professor of real estate, said a complaint against the city could lead to positive outcomes.

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