Tiffin University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (2)
Tiffin University is a smaller campus that promotes student awareness and curriculum based practices. The staff really gets to know their students and it is enjoyable to go to a class where the teacher truly wants to be there. The instructors make sure to bring real life experiences to the classroom and ask the students to build on those experiences and relate situations or opportunities to them. The campus is a very safe campus with campus security as well as the student night watch constantly patrolling the campus. Also, there are many opportunities for students to earn credit for their tuition by working on campus. Another positive side of Tiffin is that they have a growing sports program and they are able to compete in the NCAA Division 2. As a student I enjoyed both my seated classes and my online classes I took. There is a great diversity of students in the school and it gives you an opportunity to meet people from all around the world. Tiffin University offered a big school atmosphere with a small school relationship. I remember walking down the street and thinking there is always somebody I know out and about, but I don't know everybody I see. For me this was comforting because I was able to make a lot of friends and see familiar faces when I went out, but I didn't feel like I was in high school and I knew everyone. If I could give Tiffin a rating out of ten, I would given them a ten because of their affordability, education, and atmosphere.
I attended Tiffin University after enrolling in its online Fast Track Degree Completion program from 2006 to 2008. I transitioned from in-class studies after completing my first course to distance learning because of the convenience of studying at home, eliminating the necessity to commute in Cleveland's inclement winter weather, along with the need to deal with my late night work hours. I highly recommend this university to those considering online, in-class, or hybrid studies. I attended this university using financial aid in the form of Stafford loans and aid from Cleveland Scholarship Program. Dr. Earl W. Campbell, DBA