UToledo Human Resources

Welcome to Human Resources

Human Resources is committed to forging a culture dedicated to promoting excellence, innovation, accountability, execution and leadership. The department is comprised of Benefits, Compensation, Employment, Equal Opportunity & Affirmative Action, Labor Relations, Human Resources Records, and Organization and Workforce Development. Human Resources assists our departments with attracting, developing and retaining talented individuals.

Workplace Guidance for COVID-19

Updated September 9th, 2020

Please visit the Human Resources COVID-19 web page for workplace impacts including forms for supervisors, employees, and Human Resources operations. Please remember that this information is subject to change given the fluid nature of COVID-19.


The economy has created ongoing challenges for the financial health of our institution. Effective immediately and will remain in effect until further notice, a hiring freeze has been implemented. While this was a difficult decision, it is one that is in the best long-term interest of UToledo. Please note, grant funded and direct patient care positions are not included in the hiring freeze.

To request an exemption to fill an opening, please download and complete the Hiring Freeze Exemption Request Process.

For guidance on filling a Staff opening, please refer to the Process for Filling Staff Positions

Mental Well-being Support - IMPACT Solutions Employee Assistance Program

The University of Toledo is proud to make available to you the IMPACT Solutions Employee Assistance Program (EAP), offering complimentary confidential support for you and your household members, dependents living away from home, and parents & parents-in-law.

Due to concerns in relation to COVID-19, IMPACT Solutions is offering the use of the online counseling (text, video, web and chat) in place of in-person services. Online counseling (text, video, web and chat) appointments are typically scheduled within 24-48 hours as well.

If you are feeling anxious from this situation, you may benefit from seeking counseling. Faculty and staff should contact their mental health provider or reach out to IMPACT Solutions or call 1-800-227-6007 (Use "UT" as the username).


The University of Toledo’s tuition waiver policy has been updated, effective summer semester. Employees’ tuition will still be waived 100%; however, other fees will no longer be covered. Also, the Tuition Waiver Request form must be submitted earlier – prior to the payment due date, posted on the Treasurer’s webpage in advance of each semester.

Other policy highlights:

  • Employees seeking a JD law degree are ineligible for the waiver after spring semester, but those currently pursuing a JD law degree will be grandfathered in per details in the new policy.
  • Courses taken by an employee’s spouse or dependents must be taken for credit and toward completing a degree, with 100% of their tuition still waived.
  • The minimum of 12 credit hours per semester has been removed from the policy.

Note: Employees in collective bargaining units should refer to their specific CBU agreement for any details related to the tuition waiver benefit.

The new tuition waiver policy and much more information are available on the New Tuition Waiver Page.


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Have a general Human Resources question? Contact us. If you'd like to connect with a specific team member, please go to the staff directory.

Last Updated: 10/14/20