The University of Toledo-Health Science Campus


Founded in 1964 as Medical College of Ohio (MCO); the University of Toledo-Health Science Campus opened its doors for the medical students in 1969. After the merger between the University of Toledo and the Medical University of Ohio, it formed the third-largest public university on March 31, 2006. The University of Toledo is one of only 17 public universities in the nation offering education in business administration, education, engineering, law, medicine and pharmacy.

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Student Ratio Students-to-Faculty 8 : 1
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Enrollment Total (all students) 1,338


The University of Toledo is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. It offers more than 90 master’s and over 15 doctoral programs to students who want to become leaders in their fields. There are several academic/clinical departments on the campus such as Anesthesiology, Biochemistry and Cancer Biology, Dentistry, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Medical Microbiology and Immunology, Neurology, Neurosciences, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Occupational Health (MSOH), and Occupational Therapy (OTD).

The University of Toledo-Health Science Campus offers a variety of educational/ research programs which include Bioinformatics & Proteomics / Genomics, Biomedical Sciences (MSBS), Neurosciences and Neurological Disorders, Center for Nursing Research & Evaluation, Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Doctor of Philosophy in Medical Sciences (Ph.D.), Life Support Training, and Medical Microbiology and Immunology.

Students seeking continuing education can choose from the following programs: Center for Continuing Medical Education, Family Nurse Practitioner, Center for Continuing Nursing Education, Center for Successful Aging, Clinical Skills Center, Center for Nursing Research & Evaluation, MD/MS Program, MD/Ph.D. Program.

The College of Graduate Studies is situated on the Health Science Campus. It provides a wide range of curriculum for the training and established health professionals. The college is committed to excellence in all these programs, and promotes growth, knowledge and experience.

The University of Toledo offers a variety of online courses and programs for students who are unable to attend a regular college. The online programs include Master Liberal Studies, Associate Degrees, Bachelor of Applied Organizational Technology, Graduate Endorsement in Adaptive Physical Education, Computer Science and Engineering Technology (CSET), and Undergraduate Nursing.


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Graduate and undergraduate students are encouraged to apply for admission to the University of Toledo-Health Science Campus. Applicants must send all their official transcripts and scores for ACT or SAT. Getting a transfer to the institute is easy. Applicants must send the official transcripts from all previously attended institutes; their ACT/SAT and Placement Test Scores; GED scores/diploma; and high school/college transcripts.

Financial Aid

The University of Toledo-Health Science Campus believes in providing equal opportunities through a variety of financial aid programs. It extends monetary help to deserving students who have the potential to excel but are unable to meet their educational expenses. All applicants must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online form.

The scholarship awards offered are Rocket Scholar Award, Tower Scholar Award, Presidential Scholarship, and Levis Leadership Scholarship. Some other scholarships include Prestige Transfer Scholarship, Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship, UT Achievement Award, and Out-of-state Award.


Campus life at the University of Toledo-Health Science Campus is fun, and designed to present students with some of the best moments of their life. The Office of Recreation ensures that students recreate and relax themselves in the best way possible after the classes. The Office of Student development ensures that the students participate in the various events and activities taking place on the campus. In their leisure time, students can explore the nearby attractions which include Amish Communities, Cedar Point Amusement Park, Fort Meigs, Ritter Planetarium, Toledo Area Metroparks, Toledo Firefighters Museum, Inc., Toledo Zoo, Walcott House Museum Complex, and S.S. Willis B. Boyer.

There are several on-campus organizations that students can take part in. Some of the student organizations include CGS – Council for Graduate Students, MSC – Medical Student Council, OSR – Organization of Student Representatives, SNA – Student Nurse Association, AMSA – American Medical Student Association, CDC – Campus Democrats Club, EM Club – Emergency Medicine Club, IM Club – Internal Medicine Club, and MSFL – Students for Life. There is also a Greek presence on the campus with several active fraternities and sororities.

Campus Facilities

The University of Toledo-Health Science Campus houses three hospitals, University Medical Center; MUO Rehabilitation Hospital; and Kobacker Center, a child and adolescent psychiatric hospital. The Health Science Campus features a tunnel system which allows faculty members, staff, students and visitors to access all the buildings situated on campus easily. Mulford Health Science Library houses a wide range of books, references, journals, and magazines for the students and faculty members. The library is also accessible online. There is also a librarian to assist students find the book they are looking for.

The institute offers housing facilities to the students in its various residence halls. These residence halls offer state of the art living and learning centers. They are equipped with all the modern amenities and services such as high speed internet, telephone, and cable TV service, and a wide variety of dining options. The residence halls have everything to make your stay feel more like home.

There are several dining outlets located throughout the campus for the students, staff and faculty. Some of the eateries include Carter Hall P.O.D., Palette Café, Fresh Food Company – Ottawa East, Rocky’s Grill, International House, Java City at Rocket Hall, KFC Express, P.O.D. Express – North Engineering, Magic Wok, Parks Tower, Pizza Hut Express, Croutons, South Dining Hall, iCrave @ The Crossings, Starbucks, and Subway.

Student Enrollment Demographics


Students of The University of Toledo-Health Science Campus participate in diverse sports such as baseball, basketball, golf, tennis, volleyball, softball, and cross country. The athletes are nicknamed as Rockets. They participate in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) sports and are a member of the Mid-American Conference. The sports facilities include The Glass Bowl, Savage Arena (Basketball/ Volleyball), UT Varsity Courts, Toledo Student Recreation Center Pool, Scott Park Soccer Complex, Fetterman Outdoor Track and Field Facility, Scott Park Baseball Complex, Scott Park Softball Complex, Rocket Golf Performance Center, Fetterman Training Center Indoor Arena and Sullivan Athletic Complex Fitness Room.

Additional School Information

The UT Alumni Association brings all the current and ex-Rockets together. The University organizes several events and activities for the alumni to come together and share their experiences with the current students. The Toledo Alumni Magazine is an online publication for the alumni to keep the Rockets connected via Internet.


  • The University of Toledo. 2011.
  • Medical School Admission Requirements: The Most Authoritative Guide to U.S. and Canadian Medical Schools. Association of American Medical Colleges, 2009. Print.

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