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NOTICE: We are now offering both virtual and in-person prospective student visits to the College of Law. Learn more about our full response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including an admissions Q&A.

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New Law Building Opening Fall 2022

During the summer of 2022, the College of Law will be moving to a new building on campus. Due to this, building tours will not be offered as part of the standard campus visit to the College of Law.

Currently, the College of Law is offering both virtual and in-person visits with prospective students. Prospective students have the opportunity to meet with an admissions director, talk with a student ambassador, and join a first-year class. 

We will be moving into our new law building next fall, and thus are not offering tours of our current building. 

Prospective Student Open House

Friday, November 5

Join us for Cincinnati Law's annual Fall Open House. Hear from our faculty, center directors, professional development team, current students and admissions professionals.


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.

  • Wednesday, September 29 (Now Closed)
  • Thursday, January 13

World Day of Social Justice

As one of the nation's leading social justice law schools, we are excited to celebrate the World Day of Social Justice.

  • Friday, February 18 - Save the Date

Applicants & Admits: Virtual Q&A Hangouts

A casual opportunity for applicants and admitted students to logon and speak directly with an admissions representative. This is not a formal presentation, but rather an opportunity to jump on quickly to get any questions you have answered. Registration not required.

Available Dates: Feb. 1, Feb. 15, Mar. 1, Mar. 15, April 1, Apr. 15, 2022


Admitted Student Open Houses – Mar. 4 and Apr. 8, 2022

Join us on Friday, March 4 or Friday, April 8 for our Experience Cincinnati Law Days. 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.

During your virtual visit, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Engage in a lunch and learn followed by mini breakout discussions with law faculty
  • Meet the College of Law Dean, Verna Williams
  • Take an interactive virtual tour led by Student Ambassadors
  • Choose from concurrent interest sessions of your choice, including:  the Ohio Innocence Project, the Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights, the Center for Race, Gender, & Social Justice, the Corporate Law Center, Career Placement, Student Organizations and more.
  • Join the Admissions team for an optional Q&A following the conclusion of the event

Virtual Tours | Explore campus

Video link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/WIoJanJBXCQ?rel=0

New Law Building Virtual Tour

Take a virtual tour of our new building, opening Fall 2022.


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 can't invite you to UC for an in-person visit, we understand if you want to explore campus and the surrounding area on your own. Whether you're local or passing through, check out our recommendations for parking, lodging, and directions below.

Parking

The parking most convenient to the College of Law can be found at the Stratford Heights Parking Garage (preferred), the CCM Parking Garage off Jefferson via Corry Boulevard; or the Clifton Court Garage. USquare (West) Garage on Calhoun is a non-UC garage that is also within walking distance. We will over validation for any UC garage and for U-Square West. You can check live garage availability on the university parking website(Campus Map PDF)

Lodging

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

Directions

  • Travel south on I-75 until you reach the Hopple Street exit. Take the exit to the top of the overpass.
  • Turn left at the light onto Hopple. You will now be traveling east. Cross over I-75. Follow the road up the hill. Note that the street changes its name to Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive.
  • When you reach Clifton Avenue, make a right turn and continue up Clifton Avenue. The College of Law is at the southwestern corner of the campus. The College will be on your left at the corner of Clifton Avenue and Calhoun Street.
  • Take Exit 3 - Taft Rd. exit (marked University of Cincinnati exit). Taft Rd. is one-way heading west and changes to Calhoun Street at Jefferson Avenue.
  • Take Taft/Calhoun to Clifton Avenue.
  • Right on Clifton. The College of Law is at the southwestern corner of the campus. The College will be on your right at the corner of Clifton Avenue and Calhoun Street.
  • Travel north on I-75 until you reach the Hopple Street exit. The exit will be on your RIGHT. Take exit up to the light.
  • Follow the road up the hill. Note that the street changes its name to Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive.
  • When you reach Clifton Avenue, make a right turn and continue up Clifton Avenue. The College of Law is at the southwestern corner of the campus. The College will be on your left at the corner of Clifton Avenue and Calhoun Street
  • Travel north until I-71 merges with I-75 just south of Florence, Kentucky.
  • Stay on I-75 across the river.
  • Follow the directions for approaching the campus on I-75 northbound.

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