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University College consists of five divisions and two centers focused on serving the University's goals of delivering high-quality academic programs, adult student service support and academic outreach. A brief description of each unit is presented below. For more information about the divisions/centers, visit the website at http://www.utoledo.edu/colleges/ucollege
The Adult Student Assistance Center (ASAC)
Ruth Meinhart, Director
The Adult Student Assistance Center provides one-stop admission, advising, financial aid and enrollment assistance for on- or off-campus, day, evening and Saturday morning classes.
The Center for Criminal Justice
Dr. Richard Groskin, Director
The Center for Criminal Justice leads the curricular coordination, development and administration of The University of Toledo's associate and baccalaureate programs in Criminal Justice; offers the baccalaureate degree program in Criminal Justice; and ensures broad-based and community -focused preparation for effective service in the field.
The Division of Individualized and Special Programs (ISP)
Dr. Amos Patterson, Director
ISP provides individualized and special degree programs, innovative program incubation, the Portfolio Program, Program 60 and Post-Secondary Enrollment Options programs.
The Division of Continuing Education
Carrie Herr, Director
The Division of Continuing Education provides more than 1,000 noncredit programs nationwide for professional and personal development, technical update, computer applications, management development, license-related and continuing professional education, wellness and family enrichment.
The Division of Contract Education
Dr. Matthew Isaac, Director
This division links the University and its colleges with the needs of the workplace and provides for-credit education, presented on-site in organizations or at any of The University of Toledo's campuses.
The Division of Distance Learning
The Division of Distance Learning connects The University of Toledo with learners wherever they are, through the use of The University of Toledo's variety of state of the art distance learning technologies and skilled, enthusiastic faculty to deliver credit or noncredit education worldwide.
The Division of Organization Development
Charles Weinblatt, Director
This division meets the highly specialized workforce needs of our business/industry/agency partners with state-of-the-art workforce testing and assessment, skills enhancement, supervisory skill development and leadership training.