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Our mission is to provide a functional and aesthetically pleasing environment that facilitates the best possible patient care, education, and research. Our vision is to transform the world by providing an environment that will forever foster opportunities conducive to universal success in research, healthcare, and education.

Jason TothSENIOR ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT

FOR ADMINISTRATION

Jason J. Toth                                               Cheryl Skolmowski
                                                                       Executive Assistant
                                                                       419.530.1420


 

FROM THE DESK OF jASON tOTH

As Senior Associate Vice President for Administration, Jason Toth leads the planning, directing, and monitoring of facilities operations and maintenance.  Mr. Toth is also responsible for the coordination and management of capital projects, aligning them with the University’s Strategic Plan and the Multiple Campus Master Plan.

Jason has over 2 decades of experience in construction and facilities management.  He began his career at Bostleman Corp. where he spent 13 years before joining The University of Toledo.

Hired in 2011 as the Director of Facilities/Civil Engineer, Mr. Toth lead the re-engineering of the department's Construction Project Management Team.  Subsequently in 2012 Jason was promoted to the University Chief Engineer and in 2013 to AVP.  He has applied his expertise to streamline processes and create efficiencies resulting in increased customer satisfaction and a reduction to the University's deferred maintenance liability.

In 2016, Toth lead the University's Multiple Campus Master Planning effort that was formally approved by the University Board of Trustees in February 2017.  Under his leadership the department strives to provide exceptional environments for faculty, staff, and students that promote the University’s mission to improve the human condition.

Toth received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Case Western Reserve University in January 1998.  He and his wife, Janell reside in the area with their five children (Addison, Broc, Carson, Delaney, and Eli). 

Jason is personally committed to The University of Toledo and its achievement and success.

Last Updated: 1/2/19