United States
Toledo, Ohio
Detroit Metropolitan Airport
School type:
Admissions level:

Undergraduate - Direct

Rankings & Recognition:

#280 National Public Universities

(US News & World Report 2024)

#151 Top Public Schools

(US News & World Report 2024)

#57 Best Pharmacy Program

(US News & World Report 2023)

#167 Best Engineering Programs

(US News & World Report 2024)

# The University of Toledo Business School is accredited by AACSB - the global association of business schools

# UToledo’s Co-op program is considered to one of “Best of Co-op” by World Association for Cooperative Education

Key facts:
  • 1 of 27 public research comprehensive universities with 270+ degree programs
  • 20,000 students from 84 countries
  • World’s best of co-op programs with hundred of corporations & companies (World Association for Cooperative Education)
  • Opportunities for research at undergraduate level 
  • School of Professional Sales (ESSPS) has been named one of the best university sales programs in the world
  • Member of Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy
  • College of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools Business (AACSB), which is achieved by top 5% of all business schools globally
  • 400+ student organizations & clubs
  • Toledo tuition guarantee: A fixed tuition rate for four academic years
Why this school?


The University of Toledo (UToledo) is one of just 27 public research universities in the country to offer such a comprehensive menu of academic options — 270+ degree programs across the arts, business, education, engineering, law, medicine, natural sciences, nursing and pharmacy. At UToledo, it's all about the possibilities and opportunities. No limitations.

   Research: Opportunities for undergraduate research may be few and far between at a state university but at UToledo, undergraduates are connected with faculty to help begin meaningful research projects that benefit the student in their education and career path. UToledo is renowned for research in the areas of astronomy and astrophysics; solar energy, water quality and sustainable technologies; and cell architecture and dynamics. Other areas of unique distinction include human trafficking, disability studies, hypertension and precision medicine. UToledo’s world class faculty members are visionary educators and cutting-edge researchers who received more than $46.4 million in funding.

   Cooperative Education (Co-op): Co-op is alternating periods of on-campus coursework with periods of full-time, paid work assignments directly related to the student's major. UToledo is one of just eight in the country that makes Co-op mandatory in the degree programs. Most UToledo degree programs offer Co-ops and Internships; especially College of Engineering’s co-op program consists of a minimum of three co-op experiences with a chance of two additional ones. 

   Beyond textbooks: Exposure, critical thinking, reflection, application - experiential learning at UToledo builds a well-rounded education. It’s about asking why, and more importantly, “why not?”.

  • Independent or collaborative undergraduate research
  • Internships and co-ops at leading companies and organizations
  • Stateside and international travel with University teams
  • Freshman: $7,500 - $8,860/year (Renewable)
  • Transfer:    $7,500 - $8,500/year (Renewable)

Tuition: $21,166/year

Room & Board: $13,934/year 


Entry requirements


(Direct Admission)


  • Admission: GPA 2.5+ (Engineering GPA 3.0+)
  • Scholarship: GPA 3.0+

Transcript evaluation 


English proficiency

IELTS 6.0+/ TOEFL 71+

Standardized test: SAT/ACT

College Of Engineering: Yes

Others: No

Special requirements: Portfolio, audition, interview, work experience, etc.

Music programs



Personal statement


Recommendation letter


Application fee



Undergraduate: All Programs

  • Business: Professional Sales, Operation and Supply Chain Management, Marketing, Finance, Healthcare Administration.
  • Engineering & Technology: Construction Engineering Technology, Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering, Computer Science and Engineering.
  • Computing: Computer Science, Programming and Software Development, Data Science.
  • Health & Human Services: Medical Technology, Pre-Health Profession/ Pre-Medicine/ Pre-Dental, Public Health, Respiratory Care, Pharmacy (6 years), Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology and Toxicology, Cosmetic Science and Formulation Design.
  • Arts & Design: Visual Arts, Film and Video, Graphic Design.
  • Social Sciences & Education: Psychology, Education.
Application deadlines

Fall intake:

  • Freshman: July 1
  • Transfer: August 1

Spring intake:

  • Freshman: November 1
  • Transfer: December 1 
Toledo is Ohio's 4th largest city, as well as the major port city and commerce center in the Midwest United States, with a friendly residential community, low living costs. Benefited from its position on the railway line between New York City and Chicago, Toledo has become a city with a distinctive and growing art community, auto assembly businesses, manufacturing, education, and healthcare. The city is home to headquarters of several Fortune 500 companies and other national companies.