Enroll Today for Spring 2014
The application deadline for the Spring semester is December 1, 2013, and classes begin January 6, 2014. Below are the steps you will need to take to complete your graduate application.
Step 1: Contact an Enrollment Advisor at 800-645-5078 to begin the application process. Your Enrollment Advisor will provide you with all the necessary forms you will need to complete to begin your application. Because you will need to assemble information and provide documentation prior to moving to the next steps, your Enrollment Advisor will be a helpful resource as you move through the application process.
Step 2: Order your Official Transcripts. We need original transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended, even if the coursework is listed on another transcript. Even if you have only taken one class at a particular institution, we still need that transcript to consider your application complete. The address to which all of your transcripts should be sent is:
Master of Science in Criminal Justice
University of Cincinnati
Offsite Admissions Center
2145 MetroCenter Blvd., Suite 400
Orlando, FL 32835
Step 3: Complete the Online Graduate Application. Go to the online Graduate Application on the University of Cincinnati website. If this is your first time, click on “Create New Account.” If you have already created an account, you can login using the User Name and Password you previously created.
IMPORTANT: You must have at least one professional or academic letter of recommendation in order to complete Step 3. After you have started the application, you can save your information and log out. When you return to finish, simply log in and continue. Completing the online application should take about 30 minutes. Your application is processed once you click Submit and pay the application fee ($65). Once submitted, you cannot make any changes to the application.
Step 4: Submit the Supplemental Information Form. Complete the Supplemental Information form, making sure to sign and date it. Email or fax the form to your Enrollment Advisor. Please note that scanning is the preferred method to ensure that the document is received in its entirety.