Frequently Asked Questions

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There are lots of things to consider when deciding where to get a degree. Here are the questions we hear most often, and the answers to help you decide if Tiffin University is right for you. You can also contact us at grad@tiffin.edu at any time! 

Tiffin University programs are accredited by several prestigious organizations that affirm our quality and ensure we meet recognized educational standards. Read more about our accreditation

Tuition and other costs depend on whether you go to school online or on campus, whether you’re going for an undergraduate or graduate degree, your transfer credits and other variables. See Tuition & Fees or call us at 800-968-6446 for details.

All Tiffin University students are eligible for federal funding as long as you are enrolled as a part-time or full-time student and you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Or, you can download the myStudentAid mobile app to complete your FAFSA.  Learn more about financial aid planning.

Absolutely! Tiffin University offers numerous discounts to qualified students to help lower the cost of your education. You don’t have to repay these types of financial aid, so check out your options and call the Financial Aid Office at 800-968-6446, ext. 3279, to see what you qualify for. 

We’ve made it super easy to apply to Tiffin University—and if you do it online, there’s no application fee. Start your application or call us at 800-968-6446, ext. 3423, if you need help or have questions.

We review applications in the order we receive them. We’ll give you an answer within a week of receiving all the required documents.

No, while some schools require these standardized tests for admission, we don’t think they’re a good indication of student success. Instead, we review applications, resumes, writing samples and transcripts when making admissions decisions.

Since our online programs start in January, March, May, July, August and October, we have a “rolling” application deadline. This means you can apply for any upcoming semester.

Yes! Many of our degree programs can be completed totally online with no residency requirement.

Yes. We evaluate every student’s previous class work individually to award you the most credit we can. This allows you to take advantage of the hard work you’ve already done and reach your educational goal that much sooner. Find out more about transferring credits to TU.

Tiffin University’s Career Services Office is here to help you prepare for career success after you graduate. We offer a long list of services and resources, including career advice, resume writing, interview prep, networking and recruiting events. See what other career services are available.

Our main campus is in Tiffin, Ohio, a small town of about 18,000 people in the north central part of the state. Learn more about Tiffin, Ohio.       

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