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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.

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I have attended the University of Toledo since my freshman year in 2015. My first two years were spent on the main campus. This campus is a beautiful and safe place to live and attend classes. I then started classes on the health science campus starting 2 years ago. The medical center here is outstanding! They are continuously updating the technology here and helping us to develop into young professionals. I would definitely recommend this school.
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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!
I really enjoyed the faculty within my program at UT; however, going beyond that paperwork/processing took forever, parking permits were outrageously expensive, and there was only food in the union-which makes a difference when you're in a different building on campus 10-12 hours or so each day and want a quick snack or coffee.