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About Δ’Ή½ΚΣΖ΅

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Powering Success

Since 1872, The University of Toledo has been empowering and preparing driven individuals to make an impact on the world. Δ’Ή½ΚΣΖ΅ is a student-centered public research university where every member of the campus community is committed to helping students achieve their educational goals. Faculty, academic advisors, tutoring resources and mentors provide the resources students need to succeed.

Degrees Awarded

As one of the most comprehensive universities in the country, the breadth and depth of programs at Δ’Ή½ΚΣΖ΅ provide options for students at the undergraduate level and in our graduate programs. Nearly one-third of our students graduate with an advanced degree.

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Associate Degrees 89 73 78 91 87 99
Bachelor's Degrees 2,788 2,854 2,951 3,043 2,802 2,688
Master's Degrees 1,019 1,038 951 972 889 769
Doctoral Degrees 508 520 543 518 508 516

For additional details visit the Office of Institutional Research Degrees and Academic Programs dashboard.


Student Enrollment

Δ’Ή½ΚΣΖ΅ powers opportunity for more than 15,000 students in more than 300 academic programs.

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For additional details visit the Office of Institutional Research Student Data dashboard.

Undergraduate Six-Year Graduation Rate

Increasing the University’s overall undergraduate six-year graduation rate, calculated based on U.S. Department of Education formulas, is a strategic priority. Δ’Ή½ΚΣΖ΅ celebrated the highest six-year graduation rate on record in 2022.

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For additional details visit the Office of Institutional Research Student Success Metrics dashboard.


Graduate Six-Year Graduation Rate

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Undergraduate First-Year Retention Rate

The University’s first-to-second year retention rate for undergraduate students, calculated based on U.S. Department of Education formulas, is climbing.

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For additional details visit the Office of Institutional Research Student Success Metrics dashboard.


Graduate First-Year Retention Rate

Δ’Ή½ΚΣΖ΅ graduate students are engaged in scholarship, creative activities and teaching as part of their professional preparation.

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For additional details visit the Office of Institutional Research Research Retention, Persistence and Graduation dashboard.


Employment Status

There are more than 169,000 living alumni across the world achieving their personal and professional goals with their Δ’Ή½ΚΣΖ΅ degrees. The University administers the First-Destination Survey to graduating students to collect data pertaining to their immediate career or continuing education plans. The survey content, timeline and procedures align with guidelines published by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).

Career Outcomes for Spring 2022 Graduates

Of the 2,396 students who graduated in Spring 2022, 728 completed the survey. The majority of respondents, 53.6%, were employed full-time upon graduation and 86.5% reported they were employed in an area related to their major or field of study.

Career Outcomes

Employed full time (on average 30 hours or more per week) 51.58%
Seeking employment 19.14%
Accepted/enrolled in a program of continuing education, undergrad or professional school 12.84%
Employed part time (on average less than 30 hours per week) 5.60%
Planning to continue education but not yet accepted 5.48%
Planning in an internship or fellowship program 2.68%
Not seeking employment or continuing education at this time 1.05%
Accepted/enrolled in a program of continuing education, graduate or profession school 0.58%
Serving in the U.S. military 0.47%
Employed as Post-doc 0.35%
Participating in a volunteer or service program (e.g. Peace Corps, Americorps) 0.23%

Employment Earnings After Graduation

The median salary of a recent Δ’Ή½ΚΣΖ΅ graduate one year after receiving a bachelor’s degree is $41,314, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

View the interactive chart below of the Percentile Earning by All Ohio Public Institutions.

Access the U.S. Census Bureau Post-Secondary Employment Outcomes Explorer tool for additional interactive dashboards with employment outcome statistics for graduates of higher education institutions, including Δ’Ή½ΚΣΖ΅ and all public colleges and universities in Ohio.

Percentile Earnings by All Ohio Public Institutions


The University of Toledo is accredited by the , an institutional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.