TU At A Glance

Tiffin University has an excellent reputation, a variety of strong academic programs, caring faculty with professional experience, friendly staff members and a kind environment – where our students come first.

Our degree programs are designed to assist students in achieving their full potential after graduation. Opportunities lead to results – and our faculty, staff and students form the community to make this happen, both inside and outside the classroom.

General

Established1888
TypePrivate, coeducational (nonprofit)
PresidentLillian Schumacher, Ed.D.
MascotBlaze the Dragon
School ColorsGreen and Gold
LocationTiffin, Ohio (population 17,900)
Campus135 acres
Employees289 full-time, 293 part-time

Student Profile – Fall 2018

Total Enrollment3,096
Undergraduate Enrollment1,995
Graduate Enrollment873
Female51%
Male49%
Minority16%
International9%
First Generation40%
Employed or Continuing Education Six Months after Graduation91%

Academics

Accreditations
  • Higher Learning Commission (HLC)
  • Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
  • European Council for Business Education (ECBE)
Schools
  • School of Arts and Sciences
  • School of Business
  • School of Criminal Justice and Social Sciences
DegreesAssociate, Bachelor’s, Master’s, Ph.D.
Undergraduate Degrees
  • Associate of Criminal Justice (ACJ)
  • Bachelor of Arts (BA)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
  • Bachelor of Criminal Justice (BCJ)
  • Bachelor of Science (BS)
Graduate Degrees
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master of Education (MEd)
  • Master of Humanities (MH)
  • Master of Science (MS)
Doctoral Degrees
  • Global Leadership and Change (Ph.D.)
Undergraduate Majors and Concentrations50+
Graduate Programs25+
Top Programs
  • Criminal Justice
  • Management
  • Psychology
  • Homeland Security
  • Accounting
Student-to-faculty Ratio14 to 1
Average Class Size20 students
Instructional Staff80 full-time, 284 part-time (2016)
Terminal Degree Faculty47 full-time, 112 part-time (2017)

Cost and Aid

Estimated Cost$35,800 (2018)
First-time full-time students receiving any financial aid93% (2015-16)
First-time full-time undergraduates receiving institutional grant aid91% (2015-16)

Student Life

Students Living On Campus900 approx.
Students Commuting650 approx.
Residence Halls7
Student Clubs Organizations50+
Greek Life3 fraternities, 3 sororities
International Students400+ students from 30+ countries
Students participate in some type of extracurricular activity, not including sports75%
Students participate in community service or volunteer work74%

Athletics

AffiliationsNCAA Division II – G-MAC
Teams11 Men’s / 13 Women’s / 2 Coed
NCAA Championships2
Club Sports4
Intramural Sports10