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Founded in 1888, Tiffin University is proud to offer a personal and practical education for motivated, professionally focused students who want real-world experiences and results.
Students have access to some of the best undergraduate and graduate programs and can decide whether to pursue their degree on campus, online, or enjoy a little bit of both.
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Fraternal Order of Police University (FOPU)
The formation of the Fraternal Order of Police University (FOPU) is a consortium of colleges and universities, whose mission is to provide members of the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) with accessible, multi-varied learning programs that will enhance personal and professional growth, promote a lifelong commitment to learning, and enable FOP members to better serve their communities.
New students enrolled in Tiffin University's Online and Off-Campus Programs and Tiffin University's Graduate programs who are members of the Fraternal Order of Police will receive a Fraternal Order of Police Scholarship.
The FOP University consortium offers members of the Fraternal Order of Police advantages in accessibility to multi-varied learning programs in traditional and non- traditional forums. FOP members will be able to receive special consideration for tuition and scholarships, receive college credit for training and experience, and are able to take courses that will accommodate the unique scheduling needs of a working law enforcement officer.
College-educated police officers will have better communication skills, write better reports, perform more effectively, have better leadership skills, show more initiative in performing police tasks, be more professional, receive fewer citizen complaints and less litigation, use discretion more wisely, have better critical decision making skills, show more sensitivity to racial and ethnic groups, have fewer disciplinary problems, and will be more likely ready for promotion.