Tiffin University, Ashland University and the University of Findlay have entered into a new partnership, an indication of the strong collaboration among Ohio independent colleges and universities, according to a press release from TU.
This partnership makes it possible for employees, spouses, and their dependent children of any of the three universities to enroll in graduate programs at University of Findlay, Tiffin University, or Ashland University at a 25 percent discount off the cost of the program. The discount applies to both master’s and doctoral programs (with the exception of Findlay’s Doctor of Education, which will be offered at a 20 percent discount).
“The high quality of educational experience offered by Ohio’s independent colleges and universities is a key contributor to developing Ohio’s workforce,” stated Dr. Katherine Fell, president of the University of Findlay. “Through this partnership, we are offering all our employees opportunities for their own significant professional development.”
“We know that students of independent colleges and universities in Ohio rank highly in graduating, finding good jobs, and paying off student loans,” added Fell. “Partnerships like this make it possible for more students to have access to an independent college education at all levels of education.”
For more information about how to apply and take advantage of the new discount, employees can contact the admissions offices of the respective universities:
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