The University of Toledo

The University of Toledo was 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 in July 2006 to form a university with the third-largest public university operating budget in the state. UT is a community built around eleven academic colleges and professional programs matched only by a handful of public universities nationwide. UT's main campus, located along the banks of the Ottawa River in a residential section of the city, includes historic buildings, modern facilities, contemporary residence halls and abundant green space. The UT Health Science Campus, the former Medical University of Ohio, is home to UT Medical Center and clinics and many of UT's health-science research and education programs that are teaching the next generation of physicians, research scientists, nurses and other health-care professionals.

2801 W Bancroft Street
Toledo, OH 43606-3390
Campus Code: 
University ID: 
206 084
Associates Degree
Bachelor's Degree
Doctoral Degree - other
Doctoral Degree - professional practice
Doctoral Degree - research/scholarship
Less than one year certificate
Master's Degree
One but less than two years certificate
Post Baccalaureate Degree
Post-master's Degree
Open admission policy: 
Completion of college-preparatory program: 
Not applicable
Admission test scores: 
Not applicable
Undergraduate Enrollment: 
17 581
In-state Tuition Cost (Full time): 
10 650
Out-of-state Tuition Cost (Full Time): 
20 010
Books and Supplies: 
1 180
On-campus Room and Board: 
12 470
Total Cost (on-campus, in-state): 
28 380
Total Cost on-campus (out-of-state): 
37 740
Graduate in-state tuition (Full Time): 
14 047
Graduate out-of-state tuition (Full Time): 
24 649