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CCM Summer Housing

On-campus housing will be available for CCM summer programs unless otherwise noted. 


Scioto Hall, 2921 Scioto Lane; click here for more information.  Scioto has Apartment style accommodations or Small Studio including kitchens and shared bedroom/bath. Roomates will be assigned. 

Rate: $35.00, per person, per night

To register for housing, please click here.


Optional Items to Purchase


You may choose to bring your own Linens or you may purchase a Linen Packet. Linen packages will be available at hall check-in.

$15 per week: includes: Pillow/Case, Blanket, 1 Flat Sheet, 1 Fitted Sheet, Bath Towel, Washcloth

Recreation Center Passes:

$12 per pass, per week; click here for more info on the Rec Center. Rec passes will be available for pick-up at your first visit to the Rec Center.

Parking Passes: 

$30 per pass, per week. Parking passes may be purchased when you register for your Summer Program and will be available at the first session of your program.

You may contact Katy Marston at UC Conference Services at for additional information.


University of Cincinnati Dining Centers Services offers daily, all-you-care-to-eat meal services in a comfortable setting. Once on the Dining Centers page (link and updated pricing coming soon), click the links for current pricing and meal times. Meals will be served at Center Court, next to the Fitness Center, just a short walk on campus from CCM. Center Court offers wi-fi internet access and accepts cash and credit card for payment.

In addition to UC Dining, there is a Starbucks housed within CCM, along with several eateries within walking distance of CCM. A good list of options may be found here.

Grocery Shopping

There is a lovely new Kroger located within walking distance of the UC campus. It includes a variety of international food choices for dine-in or take-away, a pharmacy, and even a bar in the "Loft" area. 

Further Afield

If you have some extra time on the weekend, you might consider visiting downtown (17, 18 or 19 lines from UC) for a plethora of dining options as well as a visit to historic Findlay Market.


Ride with Uber in Cincinnati, Whether you’re headed to work, CVG, or out on the town, Uber connects you with a reliable ride in minutes. One tap and a car comes directly to you. Your driver knows exactly where to go. And payment is completely cashless.

Lyft is one of Cincinnati's easiest way to get an affordable ride in minutes. Wherever you’re headed in the Cincinnati Area, count on Lyft for rides. The Lyft app matches you with friendly local drivers at the tap of a button. Just request and go. After the ride, simply pay through your phone.

The Cincinnati Bell Connector is an electric mode of transportation operating in its first phase on a 3.6-mile loop connecting key communities in the city's urban core. Running up to 18 hours a day and 365 days a year, the streetcar will be a vital complement to the city's existing Metro and other transportation systems. 

Cincinnati Metro serves the UC area and offers fast, reliable transportation to entertainment and food venues in nearby neighborhoods. Google Trip Planner is embedded in the site, or you can find maps and schedules here. The fare is $1.75 per trip - cash only!

Zipcar is another popular option. The zipcar site will give you up-to-date information on prices and access.

Yellow Cab of Cincinnati and A Taxi, Inc can also be contacted for transportation needs.

From the airport (CVG):

Ground transportation is available from the airport. The 2X line on the Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) can take you into Cincinnati.  From there, you would need to switch buses to 17 or 19 on the Metro System (Cincinnati).  You should be able to get onto 17 or 19 at Government Square (on 4th Street between Main and Walnut – the 2x will deliver you there), and both Metro lines will stop in front of the University of Cincinnati.