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Toledo is a public graduate school in Toledo, Ohio. It has a mid-size graduate student body with an enrollment of 4,385 graduate students. Of the 101 graduate programs offered at University of Toledo, 9 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at University of Toledo are Medicine, Pharmacy Studies, and Law. 29% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
2801 W Bancroft
Toledo, OH 43606

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I attended the University of Toledo as an undergraduate and am now attending as a graduate student. I love UT for various reasons--the main reasons being the location (down the street from my house!), diversity on campus, numerous activities available to students, and affordable tuition. UT has a beautiful campus and is inviting to current and prospective students. I couldn't be happier with the education and opportunities provided to me by the university, and I definitely recommend those seeking higher education to tour and apply for the University of Toledo!
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I want to say poor because of many experiences I’ve had, but overall that’s just not true. I am very upset that they have increased tuition and I have no idea whether or not I’ll be able to pay for next semester without taking out additional loans. Books are way too expensive and usually unnecessary. They also are very unfriendly to commuter students, they desperately need more parking and all I hear about is Sharon Gaber doing all this amazing stuff when she’s forcing students to live on campus for two years and stole scholarship money that was rightfully earned by our students. The ONLY saving grace of this institution is that I’ve made some amazing friends here and that I’m forever grateful for.
UT is the best place to meet friends and has been my university for many years now. I love the beautiful campus, with its unique modern architecture and design. It is a beautiful school and everyone should come and visit to see for yourself!