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Schedule a Visit

The College of Law requires at least 48 hrs to prepare a visit. We are unable to accommodate same or next day visit requests.

If you are unable to attend one of our planned admission events, we invite you to schedule an in-person, phone, or virtual visit. Our in-person visits can include a class observation, a student-lead tour of the building, and/or a 1:1 meeting with an admission professional. We are also happy to schedule 30-minute virtual or phone appointments. 

Virtual Ask Admissions Events

Join us for a short presentation followed by an open Q&A to get all of your most pressing questions answered.

  • January 19, 2023 | 12:15-1 PM

Admitted Student Virtual Q&A Hangouts

An opportunity for admitted students to logon and hear directly from representatives about relevant topics related to the student experience.

  • February 2, 2023 | 12:30-1:15 PM | Meet the Dean
  • February 15, 2023 | 12:15-1 PM | Center for Professional Development
  • March 1, 2023 | 12:15-1 PM | Student Life
  • March 15, 2023 | 12:15-1 PM | Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging
  • March 31, 2023 | 12:15-1 PM | Financial Aid


Admitted Student Open Houses – Mar. 3 and Apr. 7, 2023

Join us on Friday, March 3 or Friday, April 7 for our Admitted Student Open Houses. During this event you’ll experience various session ranging from faculty and current student panels, to career and networking activities, externship overviews, and our comprehensive bar success programs. Registration required.

  • Registration Opens Nov. 1

Virtual Tours | Explore campus

College of Law Virtual Tour

Cincinnati Law's new building is making waves! preLaw Magazine released it's 2022 rankings for Best Law School Buildings and UC Law's new state-of-the-art building was ranked #11 in the nation and awarded an A+ rating. Explore a 360° virtual tour of the College of Law!!

Virtual Tour of UC's Campus

See for yourself what Forbes described as “One of the world’s most beautiful College Campuses.” Explore UC’s Campus from the comfort of your couch!

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Cincinnati's Roebling Suspension Bridge

Your Guide to Cincinnati, Ohio

In the city of Cincinnati, you'll never be bored! Whether you are looking for professional opportunities, creative inspiration, or simply a great place to make memories with friends, you are in for something special in Cincinnati. It is a city in the midst of an exciting urban revival and a place known for its love of the arts, passion for sports, and its seriously impressive local food.

As the center of culture and commerce for a region of more than two million people, the Queen City is an important hub of the Midwest. It's our source for professional opportunities, celebration, and culture. Our backyard is home to nine Fortune 500 companies and lays claim to one of the most vibrant startup ecosystems in the nation. Inhabitants of Cincinnati experience big-city amenities while enjoying a small-town friendliness and collaborative feel that is characteristic of the Midwest

Parking, Directions, & Lodging

While we are visiting campus we understand if you want to explore the surrounding area on your own. Whether you're local or passing through, check out our recommendations for parking, lodging, and directions below.

College of Law GPS Address: 2925 Campus Green Dr. Cincinnati, OH 45221


The parking most convenient to the College of Law can be found at the Campus Green Garage (attached to the College of Law) or the Woodside Garage via MLK Jr. Drive. We will offer parking validation for UC garages only. You can check live garage availability on the university parking website.


For lodging while in the Cincinnati area, we recommend the following hotels:

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College of Law News


After 20 years, Ohio Innocence Project steams ahead

May 9, 2023

Founded in 2003, the Ohio Innocence Project at UC Law is celebrating its 20th anniversary and is continuing its initial purpose: working to free every person in Ohio who has been convicted of a crime they didn’t commit. So far, 45 individuals have been exonerated or freed after collectively serving more than 700 years behind bars.

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