Submit Your Supplemental Documents
Test scores must be sent to Cincinnati directly from the testing agency (test scores are not accepted from the high school transcript). You may select the University of Cincinnati as a recipient of your scores by using the codes below when you register for an exam, or you may send scores directly from the ACT website or the SAT website.
- ACT (code: 3340)
PO Box 451
Iowa City, IA 52240
- SAT (code: 1833)
College Entrance Exam Board
Princeton, NJ 08540
If you graduated from high school more than one year before admission, or if you will attend one of Cincinnati's open admission colleges (Clermont College or UC Blue Ash College) the test is recommended but usually not required.
Letter of Recommendation (optional)
- At least one letter is strongly encouraged from a high school teacher or school counselor.
If you are a high school student, you must ask your guidance counselor to send us your transcript. If you are transferring from another college or university, you must request a transcript from each institution where you have completed college coursework.
Transcripts should be sent to:
University of Cincinnati
Office of Admissions
PO Box 210091
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0091
Students who have earned credit through Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program, or a dual admission program, must send transcripts to the University of Cincinnati to assist academic advisors in placing them in the correct courses. All final high school and/or college transcripts and credit documents must be submitted to Cincinnati for evaluation after the completion of these courses and prior to registering for classes at Orientation.
Transfer students, please note: If you have earned fewer than 30 semester or 45 quarter college credits, you must submit high school transcripts as part of your transfer application. On rare occasions, the program you are applying to may require a transcript regardless of the number of college credits you've earned. Check the program requirements for this information. You are required to provide official transcripts from every college you have attended regardless of the number of credit hours you took or the grades you earned.