What About Off-Campus Housing? What TU Means By “Real Community”
“A Real Community” Means Real Immersion
Into College Life
One of the hallmarks of Tiffin University is our sense of “real community” on campus – from housing to academics. Our beautiful 130-acre campus offers a myriad of choices for housing, and all freshmen, sophomores and juniors are required to live in one of our residential options. We want your college experience to be a well-rounded one, and this means that the fellow students you live with, become friends with and go to classes with will also become your lifelong friends!
Tiffin University reserves the right to require all traditional age full-time students to live on campus and participate in the food service program during their first, second and third years of attendance. All students required to live on campus are also required to participate in the food service program. There will be an automatic billing for Residence Life for the second and third year of attendance at T.U. Students will have the opportunity to select rooms, roommates and residence halls for each upcoming year.
Medical, Financial and Personal Exceptions
Tiffin University attempts to meet individual student needs on a personal basis. For special circumstances, students may apply to move off-campus or change their meal plan before their required housing obligations are fulfilled. Applications may be picked up in the Office of Residence Life. Upon completion of the application, it will be turned over to the Off-Campus Housing Committee, which meets periodically throughout the year. Students will then be notified in writing through the Student Affairs Office as to the status of their application or the Committee’s final decision. The Off-Campus Housing Committee is dedicated to finding the best solution for students who have documented medical, financial or personal needs.
Need more information? Have additional questions? Contact the Residence Life Office at (800) 968-6446, ext 3392.