College of Health and Human Services

Prospective Students



Undergraduate applicants apply exclusively via the Common Application and submit official ACT/SAT scores, high school transcripts, and a $40 application fee.

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Fast and convenient online application.  A $45 application fee for US citizens or $75 fee for international students is required. Criteria for application is posted on this site.  

Admission Requirements     Apply Now

Additional requirements

The following graduate programs require additional criteria and program-specific applications, in addition to the UToledo application above.

Occupational Therapy

Application (OTCAS)   More information

Physical Therapy

Application (PTCAS)   More information

Speech-Language Pathology

Application (CDCAS)   More information

Paying For College

Financial Aid - Services and resources designed to help students meet their educational expenses.

Scholarships - Application form for scholarships awarded by the College of Health and Human Services.

UT Scholarships - Scholarships available to all UT students.  Links to different scholarship search engines.

Tuition and Fee Schedule - The current finance brochure contains all current tuition and fee information.

Student Services

Undergraduate Advising - Students in the College of Health and Human Services are assigned academic advisers by major. Advisers are located throughout the Health and Human Services building.  If you have any questions about undergraduate advising, registration or graduation, call Student Services at 419.530.5366 or please email Be sure to include your Rocket number, please.

Academic Advisers - Undergraduate advisers in the College of Health and Human Services.

Honors College -  The University of Toledo Honors College is designed specifically to meet the needs of highly motivated and academically talented students.

Academic Resources

Career ServicesCareer Services provides quality career-related services to enable all University of Toledo students to reach their academic and career goals. The professional staff assists students to choose or change their major successfully, identify part-time student employment and internship opportunities, educate students on current trends in employment readiness, and provide opportunities for them to network with employers.

Learning Enhancement Center - The Learning Enhancement Center provides all University of Toledo students with accessible, professional academic support services that enhance success and retention.

Libraries - The libraries serve students, faculty, and staff on every campus, connecting you with the resources you need for education, research, and patient care. 

Student Disability Services-  The Student Disability Services collaborates and empowers students who have disabilities in order to coordinate support services and programs that enable equal access to education and university life.

Last Updated: 7/1/19