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University of Toledo

The University of Toledo is one of 13 state universities in Ohio. We were established in 1872 and became a member of the state university system in 1967. The University of Toledo and the Medical University of Ohio merged July 2006 to form the third-largest public university operating budget in the state.
 We also are transforming the regional economy and the world through the UT Science and Technology Corridor, where research and innovation mean business.
 Our campuses are quite the happening (and fun) places to be with 200 student organizations, art exhibits, theater performances, athletic games, and renowned speakers such as Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
 At UT, we are proud Rockets (our nickname), we love our gold and blue (our school colors), and we invite you to visit campus!


About UT

College Name:The University of Toledo
Category: Public 4-year

Calendar: Semesters



Ohio Resident


12-16 credit hours



Credit hours above 16

$  290.28/credit hour

$  670.28/credit hour

Fewer than 12 credit hours

$  304.21/credit hour

$  684.21/credit hour

School Colors: Rocket Gold and Tower Blue

Mascot: The Rockets

Student population: 23,085

Some majors/departments of note: 10 Colleges, 230 BA Programs, 175 MA Progams, and 63 PhD/ Professional Progams. Our Business School, Law School, College of Engineering, and Pharmacy Programs are among the best in the country.

Athletics: Football Has won 10 MAC Championships and seven MAC West Division titles. They earned a spot in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl in 2010. 

Women's Basketball has been selected to participate in the WNIT for the second-consecutive season and they are The 2010-11 MAC regular-season champions

Women's Soccer were 2010 Mid-American Conference regular-season co-champion 

Housing Availible: Yes 

Financial aid


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Did you know???

Your student ID gets you in free to all home games.

Our favorite thing to say on campus is "See you at the game!"

Right now is the best time to start making plans for what happens after high school. What inspires you? What motivates you?

The sooner you start learning of and developing the gifts and talents you have, the easier your choices will be later on in determining what career to pursue in College.

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