We do not have scholarships, grants, or graduate assistantships available to provide students with tuition assistance. It may be possible to obtain a student loan if you are taking six credits in a term. Contact the University of Cincinnati financial aid office for additional information.
Yes, the program is certified for VA/GI educational benefits. To obtain these benefits, contact the UC Veterans Certification Office at 513-556-6811.
If you will be receiving a benefit that pays the University directly for tuition (Post 9/11 or Yellow Ribbon fund), there is special billing considerations - you must let the program coordinator know what percentage of your tuition will be covered.
Tuition remission will cover the in-state UC part of the tuition, but not the Cincinnati Children’s part of the tuition or the UC out-of-state surcharge ($15 per credit hour). You will still be responsible for paying the balance to Cincinnati Children’s.
If you are a full-time employee, instructor or faculty member at UC, you most likely to do need to complete a form. If you are part time, you must complete the remission application every term. If you are at Cincinnati Children's or the VA Hospital, you are considered "affiliated faculty," and you must complete a remission application. The application must be received by UC Human Resources prior to the start of the term to ensure it is applied correctly. The application form and additional information can be found at the UC Human Resources Tuition Remission Benefit page.
You must let the program coordinator know that you have tuition remission so that your payment and billing can be handled correctly,