The University of Toledo Admission

Fall Campus
Preview Days

Visit The University of Toledo During Our Fall Preview Days

Fall Preview Days are your opportunity to see what The University of Toledo is all about. During your visit be able to:

  • Learn about UT's many academic programs and opportunities
  • Hear from current students about campus life
  • Tour our beautiful campus and residence halls
  • Explore scholarship and financial aid opportunities

We welcome you to reserve your spot by registering for one of the dates below.

Wednesday, Oct. 11 Saturday, Oct. 21 Friday, Oct. 27

Questions?  Just let us know at 419.530.UTUT(8888), 1.800.5TOLEDO or enroll@utoledo.edu.

Please Review the sessions options before Registering

Session I

Arts and Letters

Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies include Africana Studies, Asian Studies, American Studies, Anthropology, Communications, Disability Studies, Economics, Geography and Planning, Global Studies, Law and Social Thought, Political Science and Public Administration, Psychology, Sociology, and Women’s and Gender Studies. Arts and Humanities include Art History, English, Film, History, Music Education, Music Performance, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Studio Fine Arts, and Theater.

Education

Education programs include Adolescent and Young Adult, Middle Childhood, Early Childhood, Multi-Age (Art, Foreign Language, and Music) and Special Education.

Nursing

Learn about the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. The session will describe admission requirements, application to the nursing major and curriculum.

Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Programs include 2+4 year Doctor of Pharmacy and 2+2 year Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences (Medicinal & Biological Chemistry, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology/Toxicology, and Pharmacy Administration), Cosmetic Science and Formulation Design.

You Belong: Welcome to Our Diverse Community

Participate in an interactive exploration of UT’s commitment to diversity. This session includes a student panel, a review of multicultural programming, multicultural student organizations and conversations about our welcoming campus community.

Main Campus and Residence Hall Bus Tour

The Main Campus and Residence Hall bus tour will include stops at the Recreation Center, International House and Academic House providing the opportunity to view both suite-style and traditional housing options.

Session II 

Engineering

Engineering is about giving you the knowledge and ability to turn your ideas into reality. Tour the world-class engineering complex and learn about engineering fields, co-ops and jobs.

Health and Human Services

Love people? Interested in health? Discover how our programs in Criminal Justice, Exercise Science, Health Care Administration, Health Information Administration, Paralegal Studies, Public Health, Recreational Therapy, Respiratory Care, Social Work, and Speech Language Pathology can rocket you from UT to a great career!

University College

Department of Exploratory Studies: Exploratory Studies is a short-term foundational program that requires time, energy, and attention. It is a journey that takes self-discovery, exploration of both majors and careers, and an understanding of how they all intersect to determine a major that is you're best fit.

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Representatives from the Offices of Financial Aid and Scholarships will discuss the financial aid application process and review the scholarship opportunities available. They will also discuss important dates.

Residence Life

Learn about our residence halls and our specialized learning communities.

Main Campus and Residence Hall Bus Tour

The Main Campus and Residence Hall bus tour will include stops at the Recreation Center, International House and Academic House providing the opportunity to view both suite-style and traditional housing options.

Session III 

Business and Innovation

Programs include Accounting, Digital Marketing/Electronic Commerce, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Financial Services, General Management, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, International Business, Marketing, Operations & Supply Chain Management, Organizational Leadership, Professional Sales, as well as Associate Degrees.

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Representatives from the Offices of Financial Aid and Scholarships will discuss the financial aid application process and review the scholarship opportunities available. They will also discuss important dates.

Residence Life

Learn about our residence halls and our specialized learning communities.

Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Learn about programs in Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, Mathematics and Statistics, Physics, Astronomy, and Medical Technology that lead to exciting careers in science, math, medicine and related fields. Take an optional tour of College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics research facilities and classrooms with distinguished professors in the program of your interest.

Main Campus and Residence Hall Bus Tour

The Main Campus and Residence Hall bus tour will include stops at the Recreation Center, International House and Academic House providing the opportunity to view both suite-style and traditional housing options.

Special Sessions

Jesup Scott Honors College

Learn about the opportunities and advantages available to students who enroll in the Jesup Scott Honors College. Meet the Success Coaches who will guide you through your journey and have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

Pre-Medical, Pre-Dental, Pre-Veterinary

This session will describe the tracks that assist students with achieving their goals of entering medical, dental, veterinary medicine, chiropractic, optometry, or podiatry careers. This session will cover the science courses needed to meet professional school admissions requirements along with other factors considered in admission decisions. Specialized advising through the Pre-medical/Pre-dental/Pre-veterinary Office and options for majors will also be discussed.

Last Updated: 9/14/17