University of Toledo

The University of Toledo
Academics/research/honors

A student at The University of ToledoThe University of Toledo is known for academic programs in engineering, pharmacy, medicine, the sciences, and communication and the arts, as well as its expertise in solar and advanced renewable energy, environmental sciences, astronomical research, translational research, and biomarkers. UT offers more than 230 doctoral, professional, graduate and undergraduate programs. UT offers research opportunities for students, starting at the undergraduate level, in all majors. Our students work in faculty members’ labs, perform studies in the field, travel to local and national sites to gather data, and more. Check with your intended academic program to see what opportunities are available. UT’s classes involve experiential learning, which means learning by doing. Some of this can involve research, but other experiential learning opportunities include service projects in the local community, practicing skills in a simulation center, and finding an internship/co-op in your field of study. Opportunities vary by major, so be sure to check with your program adviser. Open to international undergraduate students, the Jesup Scott Honors College is named after UT’s founder, Jesup Scott, and is UT’s highest academic honor. It features challenging, interactive courses, experiential learning opportunities and optional three-year degree programs. Honors students may get preferred admission to some of UT’s graduate programs, too.

College of Business and Innovation

The University of Toledo College of Business and Innovation offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs, while delivering a high quality business education and providing students with powerful tools to establish and sustain their career success. It is also one of only 15 percent of business colleges around the world to receive accreditation from The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).

College of Communication and the Arts


The College proudly houses the Departments of Art, Communication, Music, and Theatre and Film. The CoCA Department of Art is accredited by the National Schools of Art and Design and the Department of Music, by the National Association of Schools of Music. We offer seven bachelor's degrees, a Bachelor and Master of Art Education and Music Education and a Master of Music Performance.

College of Engineering

The College of Engineering offers a both engineering science and technology degrees in over several majors. ABET accredited, the College of Engineering believes experiential learning to be integral to a twenty-first century engineering education. The co-op program provides a full year of professional practice with placements in over 1,500 employers in 42 states and 39 countries.

College of Languages, Literature and Social Sciences

The College of Languages, Literature and Social Sciences excels in research in the humanities, social sciences, and interdisciplinary studies, recognizes the value of all forms of human inquiry and the need for cross-disciplinary co-operation in addressing changing social, cultural and educational issues in dynamic, creative and innovative ways.

Judith Herb College of Education

The mission of the Judith Herb College of Education is to prepare educators, instructional leaders, and scholars who are capable of constructing and sustaining effective learning environments through the development and practice of innovative educational theories and pedagogical approaches.The Judith Herb College of Education teacher preparation program offers majors in early childhood, middle grades, and adolescent to young adult, foreign language, music, visual art, and special education.

College of Health Sciences

The Mission of the College of Health Sciences is making the world healthier by preparing outstanding professionals through education, research, practice and community engagement. 

College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Fostering the advancement of science, mathematics and technology locally, regionally, and globally; and serving as a transformative force within a diverse, interdisciplinary, and collaborative educational environment for improving our world through science and mathematics.

College of Nursing

The College of Nursing has the provision of theory based undergraduate and graduate professional education programs responsive to the changing needs of students and the health care environment. To accomplish this, the School has five educational foci: The DNP program, MSN program, the RN/BSN track for registered nurse students, the BSN basic undergraduate program, a comprehensive program of continuing education for registered nurses. In addition to its education programs, the College, through its faculty, is involved in a variety of activities including clinical practice, consultation, service and research consistent with its nursing leadership role in the Northwest Ohio region, the State of Ohio, and nationally, and internationally.

College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is a nationally ranked college known for its century-long tradition of educating students to become pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists while advancing pharmaceutical knowledge.

College of Social Justice and Human Service

The Mission of the College of Social Justice and Human Service is to enhance the human condition via the delivery of relevant learning, influential research, practical applications and meaningful community engagement.

English as a Second Language

The University of Toledo offers intensive English language programs to international students of all levels of English language proficiency. The curriculum consists of 20 hours of classroom instruction each week along with two to three hours of language lab per week. There are seven levels of instruction: Foundations, Basic 1, Basic 2, Intermediate 1, Intermediate 2, Advanced 1, and Advanced 2.

Housing

All new undergraduate international students and English language students are generally required to live on campus. Living on-campus is safe, close to your classes and gives you lots of opportunities to be involved at UT. There are two types of housing offered—traditional and suite-style. Traditional-style residence halls have rooms that open into an interior hallway with shared bathroom facilities on each floor. Suite-style residence halls have two or three bedrooms joined by a common living area and shared bathroom facilities by suite.

Ways to get involved

The University of Toledo has more than 200 student organizations and clubs you can join. There are organizations for academics, cultural activities, popular culture, music, religions and more. UT also has annual student events you can participate in and help to plan including Homecoming, Songfest (a singing and dancing competition) and Dance Marathon. UT students get in free to all home NCAA Division 1 games—the football and basketball games are popular to attend, and there may be free items given out to students. To see all of our UT Division 1 sports, visit www.utrockets.com. And if you like to play, UT has some clubs you can join for friendly competition in the following sports: bowling, crew/rowing, running, fencing, hockey, sailing, table tennis (ping pong), tennis, wrestling, lacrosse, soccer, and more.

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Office of International Undergraduate Admission
Mail Stop 132
2801 W. Bancroft St.
Toledo, OH 43606

Phone: 419-530-8888
Email: enroll@utoledo.edu
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