Extracurricular Activities and Opportunities
UC offers many chances for graduate students to socialize with their fellow students, engage in sports and recreational actitivies, volunteer in the community and take on leadership positions.
These out-of-the-classroom experiences add richness to student life at UC. Explore the categories below to find the groups and activities that best fit your interests and academic/professional goals. You can also visit UC’s Calendars & Events website for a listing of campus events, including lectures, exhibits, sporting events and movies.
The Center for Community Engagement (CCE) provides community service (volunteer work) and leadership opportunities to students. The CCE is located at 565 Steger Student Life Center. For more information, call 513-556-1559 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The African American Cultural and Research Center (AACRC) serves as a resource for students to learn about the African American experience in the University of Cincinnati community. The center’s major focus is to address the academic, social, spiritual and cultural needs of the African American student population. The center is on the first floor of Sander Hall. For more information, call 513-556-1177 or email email@example.com.
The Ethnic Programs and Services (EPS) office supports the mission of the University of Cincinnati by recruiting, retaining and enhancing the growth and development of students of color. The office embraces the ever-increasing diversity of the university’s student body and workforce and encourages all members of the university community to become more enlightened about students of color. The office is located in 555 Steger Student Life Center. For more information, call 513-556-6008 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UC Women’s Center is dedicated to meeting the diverse needs and interests of female students at the University of Cincinnati through activities and services. The office strives to identify and respond to student-driven concerns and is committed to action that benefits women. The center is located in 571 Steger Student Life Center. For more information, call 513-556-4401 or email email@example.com.
Graduate Student Organizations
The Graduate Student Governance Association (GSGA) is a university-wide organization comprised of graduate students from all areas of academia. The GSGA is the advocacy arm for graduate students at the University of Cincinnati. Several academic and social events sponsored by the GSGA throughout the year help graduate students from different programs build friendships and networks. The GSGA also help graduate students voice their ideas and concerns about graduate education at both the program and university levels. The GSGA office is located in 683 Steger Student Life Center. For more infromation, call 513-556-6101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit CampusLINK to view the complete list of active, registered student organizations at UC. The university is home to many graduate student organizations.
The University of Cincinnati and its College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP) hold many ongoing free art exhibitions and performances for the University community. DAAP and other university-sponsored galleries include the following:
- Dorothy W. and C. Lawson Reed, Jr. Gallery
Location: DAAP Complex, Room 5275
- The 840 Gallery is an on campus space for DAAP fine arts students to take their work out of their studios and bring it to the university public.
Location: DAAP Complex, Room 4340
- Philip M. Meyers, Jr. Memorial Gallery
Location: Steger Student Life Center
University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) presents nearly 900 events a year, most of which are free and open to the public. Ticketed events are offered at discounted rates to university students. Information about current CCM offerings is available on the CCM calendar of events. Ticket sales for most performances are handled through the CCM Box Office in the CCM Atrium. Call 513-556-4183 or email email@example.com for more information.
Tangeman University Center hosts university events throughout the year and regularly offers entertainment options through two venues:
Football, basketball and baseball tickets are free with your student ID online and at the Athletic Ticket Office on the first floor of One Edwards Center. Students are encouraged to show up early to obtain tickets. For more information, call 513-556-2287 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fitness classes are offered on a quarterly basis for University of Cincinnati students and are held in the Campus Recreation Center throughout the day and evening. Offerings include, but are not limited to, yoga, Pilates, hip hop, cardio kick fit, and step. For more information, call 513-556-0604 or email email@example.com.
Intramural sports are open to all University of Cincinnati students and employees. Co-ed leagues and tournaments are offered for some sports. Rules and entry forms are available at the Campus Recreation Center. Sports offered vary by quarter and include flag football, volleyball, racquetball, basketball and ultimate Frisbee. For more information, call 513-556-0604 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.