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Members of the Ohio Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association (OPBA) have an incentive to pursue higher education through Tiffin University at a reduced rate beginning October 1 under the following terms and conditions:

  • Applicants from OPBA must meet the academic requirements for admission;
  • OPBA members will receive a discount of $250 per credit hour for graduate-level courses and a discount of $150 per credit hour for online and extended learning undergraduate courses;
  • Students who receive a discount in accordance with the memorandum of understanding between OPBA and TU are not eligible to receive additional types of TU institutional aid;
  • Students will be entitled to the tuition discount until they graduate from TU and/or transfer to another educational program or voluntarily withdraw from TU.

The Ohio Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association represents police departments and law enforcement agencies throughout Ohio including ranking officers and chiefs.

Tiffin University provides flexible, web-enabled courses to help students succeed in the modern workforce. The accelerated online program allows students to complete courses within 7 weeks and have the option to be full-time or part-time.

Additional information is available at https://go.tiffin.edu/career-development/partnerships/ or by contacting Nikki Hintze, Director for Graduate Enrollment Management, at 419.448.3596 or email hintzenm@tiffin.edu.

Members of the Ohio Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association (OPBA) have an incentive to pursue higher education through Tiffin University at a reduced rate beginning October 1.

 

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