University of Findlay - OH
1000 North Main Street
Findlay, OH 45840-3695
Ms. Mandy Temple
Tuition Exchange Liaison Officer
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In addition to freshmen, will make award offers to transfers and/or to students currently enrolled but not on TE (sophomores, juniors and seniors) for 2022-2023
Tuition amount: Other Tuition
Pell and other grants
Initial offers will be announced by April 15, 2022.
Deadline for the receipt of initial TE certification/applications:
Specific date, see school Overview
The percentage of the new admitted TE candidates offered a TE scholarship for the current academic year:
This school charges a one time employee fee of 40.00.
The University of Findlay is a forward-looking, private university that is constantly attuned to the academic needs of its students and potential students. In fall 2013, the total graduate and undergraduate student population was 3,601.The University offers 14 associate, 59 baccalaureate, eight masters and three doctoral/professional degrees.
Findlay, Ohio, provides a high quality of life with many opportunities for recreation, dining, shopping and cultural programs. In 2011, Site Selection Magazine ranked Findlay as the sixth best micropolitan community in the U.S. The Findlay-Hancock County area was also named among the 100 Best Communities for Young People by Americas Promise Alliance for the fourth time in 2010.
The University of Findlay is comprised of six colleges: " The College of Liberal Arts " The College of Sciences " The College of Business " The College of Health Professions " The College of Pharmacy " The College of Education
It is authorized by the Ohio Board of Regents and accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, as well as the national accrediting organizations for athletic training, environmental, safety and occupational health management, nuclear medicine technology, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant, social work and teacher education.
The 78-acre main campus houses many historic buildings. Off-campus locations include the 152-acre Animal Sciences Center and western equestrian facility and the 32-acre James L. Child, Jr. (English) Equestrian Complex.