University of Cincinnati

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University of Cincinnati
motto Juncta Juvant
founding 1819
place Cincinnati , Ohio
country United States
president Neville G. Pinto
Students 42,421
Employee 5,928
Foundation assets 1,000,000,000 US dollars
University sports Cincinnati Bearcats
McMicken Hall
Vontz Center for Molecular Studies

The University of Cincinnati is a state university in Cincinnati in the US state of Ohio . With around 42,000 students, it is the second largest university in Ohio after Ohio State University and before Kent State University . The college was founded in 1819. The Faculty of Music, the College-Conservatory of Music Cincinnati (CCM), is one of the most prestigious conservatoires in the United States and has produced many greats on the classical music scene.


  • Applied Health Sciences
  • applied Sciences
  • Design, architecture art and planning
  • Engineering
  • Arts and Sciences (McMicken College of Arts and Sciences)
  • medicine
  • Music ( College-Conservatory of Music Cincinnati )
  • Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services
  • maintenance
  • pharmacy
  • Law (fourth oldest continuing law faculty in the USA )
  • Social work
  • Economics
  • Graduate school

External locations:

  • Clermont College in Batavia
  • Raymont Walters College


The university's sports teams are the bearcats . The university has been a member of the American Athletic Conference since 2013 .






  • Don Heinrich Tolzmann: The German Amerikana Collection at the University of Cincinnati. In: Stuttgart works on German studies, No. 423. Stuttgart: Hans-Dieter Heinz 2004 [2005], pp. 447–458, ISBN 3-88099-428-5

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Coordinates: 39 ° 7 ′ 55.3 "  N , 84 ° 30 ′ 56"  W.