About University of Findlay
University of Findlay was founded in 1882 by the citizens of the city of Findlay and the Churches of God, General Conference.
Education at The University of Findlay is offered in formats that accommodate students of all ages and their time-pressured lifestyles. In addition to traditional weekday classes, Findlay offers courses at night, on weekends and over the Internet.
The University of Findlay has more than 60 majors leading to baccalaureate degrees and offers eight masterís degrees and a doctor of pharmacy. Unusual and well-recognized programs include equestrian studies, pre-veterinary medicine, nuclear medicine technology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and physician assistant, as well as environmental, safety and occupational health management. Forensic science is the newest major.
Ninety percent of University of Findlay students receive financial aid, either in scholarships, work-study grants or government loans. The average financial aid award for students with need in fall 2007 was $19,080.
The University of Findlay has more than 70 acres at the main campus on North Main Street, Findlay, Ohio which includes academic, administrative and athletic buildings, eight residence halls, 19 townhouse units, 21 cottages and a number of facilities housing faculty and staff offices.
Troy University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate, bachelor's, master's and education specialist degrees.
Recognition & Honours
University of Findlay ranks in the top tier of U.S. News & World Report's "America's Best Colleges" in the Midwest for 2008 and 2009 and was named a Best Midwestern College for the past three years by the Princeton Review.
It has also been recognized as one of "America's Best Private Colleges" by Institutional Research and Evaluation Inc., an independent research organization specializing in higher education.
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