On Campus Learning Associate Programs
Associate Programs Admissions Requirements
Tiffin University is continuously responding to the needs of our students through curriculum innovations. You have your choice of attending class each week, or completing your program online. This will open new educational doors for students who may want to begin a college career for the first time or want to start back again. All you need to do is:
1. Submit Application
(Choose the Adult application if applying online)
2. Send official high school transcript or GED (unless transferring in over 12 credit hour with 2.0)
3. Send official transcripts from all previously attended colleges/universities
4. Send SAT/ACT scores unless:
• Student is 22 years old or older
• Student is transferring in 12 credit hours or more and 2.0 GPA
• Student is transferring in college level Math and English
Mail your transcripts to:
Attn: Kristyn Wilkins
155 Miami Street
Tiffin, Ohio 44883
Have any questions?
Contact us today at (419) 448 - 3375 or (800) YOU - OHIO ex. 3375
Associate’s Degree - Learning Assistance Program through academic probation
In the past, students have been accepted into bachelor's degree programs at Tiffin University through the Learning Assistance Program (LAP) or denied with lower academic profiles.
Now, students with lower academic profiles of a minimum ACT of a 15 and 1.8 high school GPA, may be admitted on academic probation through the LAP to associate’s degree programs.
The associate’s degree LAP students must enroll in FRE150 LEAP; may not take more than 12 semester hours during the fall semester; and may not participate in intercollegiate athletics, cheerleading, ensemble musical groups, or hold elective office throughout the probationary period. Those students who live in University housing will be assigned to Friedley Hall if space is available. They may transfer into a bachelor's degree program at TU if they pass at least 12 semester hours that count toward Tiffin University graduation requirements, with a cumulative GPA at of 2.00 or higher.
Each of these students will be assigned to a "success coach" who will meet with the student for about an hour each week to encourage the student to complete his or her academic assignments on time and to take advantage of the Student Success Center and other student services.