Special Enrollment Opportunities:
Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program Applicants
The University of Toledo's program through University College is designed to provide qualified high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to enroll in a selected number of courses offered by the University on a space available basis. Students must meet additional admissions requirements and submit a separate application for the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program, which is available through the high school guidance offices and the Office of Admissions. Application deadlines are typically in mid-May for the following year.
High School Concurrent Enrollment Applicants
Academically talented high school juniors and seniors have the opportunity to enroll in University course work through the High School Concurrent Enrollment Program. Students must submit the traditional freshman application admission as well as the High School Concurrent Form available through the Office of Admissions. Historically, students admitted to the program have achieved a 3.5 or above high school GPA and test scores in the top 25 percentile.
Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP)
The Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP) is a joint program of the Army, Army National Guard, Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges and The University of Toledo. This program will admit new soldiers to college at the time of enlistment. Enrollment is deferred for active duty soldiers until they complete their initial enlistment, and defer enrollment of Army Reserve soldiers until they complete initial active duty training. After completing the enlistment period, ConAP soldiers return and enroll for class. The student may be awarded credit for military courses appropriate to the student's curriculum and may award credit for military job experience.
Students in the ConAP program are subject to the university's admission and degree requirements, as published in the catalog, at the time of enrollment in classes at the university. Enrollment of a student who, subsequent to this agreement attempts college course work elsewhere is subject to institutional review. This agreement is in effect for two years following completion of initial enlistment for active military service or initial active duty training.
Eligible soldiers are admitted on a full or provisional basis. "Provisional admission" means that the student may be required to take certain developmental courses or undergo other academic preparation and may be limited in the number of courses taken. The student is subject to the college's degree requirements. The application fee will be deferred until the student enters The University of Toledo. For more information, contact the Office of Admission.
Program 60 Applicants
A unique educational opportunity is available for adult learners age 60 or older. Through Program 60, individuals may engage in serious academic study or attend courses based on general interest. This program was established in 1976 to provide educational experience free of charge to area residents 60 or older with modest incomes. Courses are available on a space-available basis to those who qualify. Students are responsible for textbooks and materials, lab fees, parking and graduation application fees.