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EST. 1872

The University of Toledo was founded by Jesup Scott, namesake of our Honors College.
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We wear midnight blue and gold. Rocky and Rocksy are our mascots.

16,000+

Undergraduate Students

4,400+

Graduate Students

166,000+

Alumni Worldwide

46

States UT Students Represent

350+

Student Organizations

22.7

Average ACT for new students

240

Members of our Marching Band

82

Countries UT Students Represent

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Learn more about the opportunities for research, engagement and achievement at The University of Toledo.

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Learn more about the opportunities for research, engagement and achievement at The University of Toledo.


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Photo of UT alumnus Fred Espenak next to a telescope

Eclipse photo by UT alumnus featured on new stamp

Photos by UT alumnus Fred Espenak appear on the U.S. Postal Service’s stamp to commemorate the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse. His international reputation as an eclipse expert helped land the ultra-cool gig with the U.S. Postal Service. Next up: The Great American Total Eclipse Monday, Aug. 21.
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Photo of UT graduate student Kyle Pagel

Tracking the 'Flying Checkerboard'

The red-headed woodpecker’s feisty, loud personality fits the reputation of crimson-maned creatures, but University of Toledo graduate student Kyle Pagel was calm, steady and methodical as he banded the woodpecker’s legs with tiny, colorful identifying rings and looped a miniature backpack armed with a light-level geolocator and pinpoint-GPS around its legs.
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$3.3 Billion Total Economic Impact

UT contributes $3.3 Billion to Toledo region

The University of Toledo is a major force in the economy of greater Toledo. In addition to the enormous direct and indirect/induced economic impact the University has on the region, thousands of UT alumni and faculty remain in the region, contributing to the growth and development of Toledo.
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Last Updated: 6/23/17