All But Dissertation: indicates that a doctoral student has completed all requirements for the degree except dissertation.
At the University of Cincinnati, a term equals a semester. There are three terms—fall, spring and summer—in an academic year.
Approval of programs, colleges, universities, and secondary schools by nationally recognized professional associations. Institutional accreditation affects the transferability of credits from one institution to another before a degree program is completed and the continuation from one degree level to the next level.
A process at the beginning of a term whereby students can change their course schedules, adding or dropping classes with the instructor's permission.
The process of being allowed to enter a degree program.
A status assigned to a student who has taken courses at another institution whose content closely parallels courses required for the degree at UC and who is, therefore, granted credit toward the desired degree for having completed those courses.
The process by which a student requests entrance to a degree program.
A merit-based, university-funded award whereby a student receives a financial stipend for services rendered in addition to a tuition scholarship. Also, Graduate Assistants are entitled to a discount at the university bookstore.
To take a class without receiving a grade or credit toward a degree.
The UC email system for student email.