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Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities

To provide curriculum enrichment and to expand the number and variety of educational opportunities available to its students, Thomas More College is a member of the 17-institution Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities (GCCCU).
 
Students from the participating institutions are permitted to enroll in a course or courses offered by a Consortium college or university on a space-available basis.
 
Tuition payments for the courses are made to the home institution at the home institution's rate, and special fees for the courses are collected by the host institution.
 
Students must be in good academic standing to participate in the Consortium. Students' consortium loads may not exceed one-half of their total class load for a given semester. Students are responsible for ensuring they have taken the necessary pre-requisites for a consortium course, and for ensuring that the course taken will fulfill the desired requirement. The course also must be unavailable at Thomas More College and a student may only take 16 credit hours through the consortium over the course of his/her undergraduate program.  See section on residency for additional policies.  Further explanation of rules and procedures are available in the Registrar's Office.
 
Including Thomas More College, Members of the Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities are:

  • Art Academy of Cincinnati
    The Art Academy of Cincinnati is one of five museum schools in the United States. The Art Academy offers associate and bachelor degrees in design and fine arts and is the only college offering the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in the area.
  • Athenaeum of Ohio
    The Athenaeum is an accredited center of ministry education and formation within the Roman Catholic tradition. The Athenaeum has three divisions emboding the belief that preparation for ministry with the Roman Catholic must be faithful to the teaching of the church.
  • Chatfield College
    Chatfield College, a private three-year liberal arts college, offers the Associate of Arts degree with concentrations in business, health and human services, child development, commercial art and liberal arts.
  • Cincinnati Christian University
    Cincinnati Christian University prepares students who will take full-time ministries within their local churches or ministry-related careers or who want to be volunteer leaders in their churches. The college offers associate, bachelor's and master's degrees. Programs include Bible, general studies and church music, plus emphases on youth ministry, ministry to the deaf, early childhood education, teacher education, music education, journalism and psychology.
  • Cincinnati State Technical & Community College
    Cincinnati State Technical and Community College provides student focused, accessible quality technical and general education, academic transfer, experiential and cooperative education, and workforce development.
  • Gateway Community and Technical College
    Gateway Community and Technical College (GCTC) is one of the fastest-growing community colleges in the nation. Our mission, as a member of the Kentucky Community & Technical College System, is to offer a high-quality, targeted education to meet the professional and personal goals of all Kentuckians.
  • God's Bible School and College
    God's Bible School and College seeks to glorify God and to serve His Church by providing higher education centered in Holy Scripture and shaped by Wesleyan conviction, thus preparing faithful servants to proclaim Jesus Christ and spread scriptural holiness throughout the world.
  • Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Science
    Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Science is a private, not-for-profit institution of higher education located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The College serves the tri-state region of Southwestern Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Southeastern Indiana. The College is a subsidiary of TriHealth, Inc. and Good Samaritan Hospital.
  • Hebrew Union College
    Hebrew Union College is an intellectual center of Reform Judaism and houses the Reform movement's library and archives collections. HUC is also a leading center for study, training, research and publication in the Bible, ancient Near Eastern languages, Hellenistic studies, rabbinics, Jewish religious thought and philosophy and modern Jewish history.
  • Miami University
    Miami offers a comprehensive array of programs and majors. Among the best recognized are accounting, environmental and life sciences, history, international studies, English, political science and paper science (one of eight such programs in the country). A student may take Consortium classes from the Miami University Oxford, Hamilton and Middletown campuses.
  • College of Mount St. Joseph
    " The Mount," as it's known by many Cincinnatians, offers career-oriented programs for traditional and nontraditional students in day, evening and weekend schedules.
  • Northern Kentucky University
    NKU has programs in liberal arts, mathematics and computer science, information systems, theater, management, marketing, education, nursing, journalism, radio/television and one of the few aviation administration programs in the country. The college also offers pre-professional programs in pre-law, pre-medicine, pre-dentistry, pre-pharmacy, pre-veterinary, pre-physical therapy, pre-wildlife management and a pre-engineering program in conjunction with the University of Kentucky in Lexington.
  • The Union Institute and University
    Union Institute & University is an accredited, private, international university that has, since 1964, redefined higher education by placing learners at the center of their own education. Union has administrative headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, and currently enrolls approximately 1,750 learners from all 50 states and more than 20 countries worldwide.
  • University of Cincinnati
    UC has a top-notch engineering school and industrial design program, a very good undergraduate business and MBA program, and is well known for its College Conservatory of Music. A student may take Consortium classes from any of University of Cincinnati's campuses.
  • Wilmington College
    Wilmington College offers programs leading to Bachelor of Arts degrees in accounting, business administration with marketing or management concentrations.
  • Xavier University
    Xavier offers associate, bachelor's and master's degrees in a wide range of programs, including strengths in such areas as communications arts, business administration, master's of education, psychology and pre-med/vet studies in life sciences.

Forms and further explanation of rules and procedures are available in the Registrar's Office.