WHAT THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO HAS FOR YOU!
Superior academic programs
UT is one of only 27 public research universities in the US to offer such an extensive variety of programs. With over 150 academic majors, we have something to offer everyone!
• Success coaches guide students through career exploration, study strategies, and campus resources.
• Experiential learning provides opportunities for co-ops, internships, and education abroad in more than 100 countries for a customized college experience with opportunities for growth and learning.
• UT’s atmosphere and campus traditions are just a few reasons why thousands of students choose to call UT “home” each year.
• Division I Mid-American Conference (MAC) team sports, with free admission to all UT home games for our students!
• Over 280 student organizations, Living Learning Communities, and UT annual events—we have everything you need to be involved on campus.
Return on your educational investment
• On average, UT graduates earn the third-highest starting salaries of all Ohio public universities.
• We are affordable! UT has the fifth-lowest tuition and fees of Ohio’s public institutions.
• 86% of our incoming direct-from-high-school freshmen receive financial aid and scholarships.
• What does this mean for UT Rockets? Less student loan debt when you graduate!
Jesup Scott Honors College
JSHC offers students an enhanced learning experience with exclusive opportunities, including:
• Three-year graduation tracks leave students well positioned to continue with preferred admission to one of UT’s graduate or professional programs. Pre-med students graduating from the Honors College are also guaranteed an admission interview for UT’s College of Medicine and Life Sciences.
• Capstone, research, production, publishing, or other opportunities for an Honors project are available prior to graduation.
• Exclusive Honors College Living Learning Community membership includes Honors Academic Village, the premier living experience at UT.
These awards are four-year, renewable scholarships that recognize outstanding students upon review of their cumulative high school GPA, ACT/SAT test scores, and core curriculum as outlined in the matrix above. Students who file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and demonstrate financial need will be considered for additional financial aid. Students with an ACT Composite Score of 17–19 (New SAT: 900–1010) and a strong academic record may be eligible for a University Enrichment Grant starting at $1,000.
Out-Of-State Award ($9,338)
This four-year, renewable award provides a scholarship to cover UT’s out-of-state surcharge ($9,338) for students outside of Ohio and Monroe County, Michigan, who are admissible to the University and meet the minimum academic requirements of at least a 2.75 cumulative high school GPA or 21 ACT (1070 new SAT) and at least a 2.3 cumulative high school GPA.
We offer group presentations and tours weekdays at 10:00 am and 2:30 pm and on select Saturdays at 11:15 am. Schedule your campus visit at utoledo.edu/admissions/visit. Do you have an interest in a specic major or program? We’ll connect you with that college too so you can meet our faculty and learn more about the spaces where you’ll learn.
Visit discover.utoledo.edu or CommonApp.org and send in your official high school transcripts and test scores. Complete your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) starting October 1 at fafsa.ed.gov.
It’s a lot to absorb, so don’t be afraid to reach out to us with questions. We’re here to help you through the process and remind you of deadlines. So call, Tweet, or e-mail, and we’ll be ready to point you in the right direction as you prepare to launch your career as a Rocket!