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Recreation Center


Expansion of athletic training room and fitness center

Expansion of Cole Dining

FA CILIT IES A new residence hall for sophomores was constructed and occupied, a science laboratory was created, the Cole Dining Hall was expanded, the athletic training room and the weight room in the Hanson Fitness Center were enlarged, and construction continued on the new recreation center. Also, there was an increase in the number of classrooms in the former St. Mary’s School that TU leases from St. Mary’s Church.

CA PITAL C AM PAIG N Share the Pride, Build on Tradition: A Campaign for Tiffin University continued with a total of $11,571,09 raised toward the goal of $12 million.

EN R O LL M EN T The total enrollment of 6,816 for the 2011 fall semester included students from all 50 states and 27 foreign countries. This total represents a one-year increase of 38% compared with the 4,942 students enrolled in the fall of 2010 and an eight-year increase of 354% compared with the total of 1,500 students enrolled in the fall of 2003.

F INAN C ES The value of TU’s net assets at the end of the 2010-2011 fiscal year was 30% higher than at the end of the previous fiscal year and 205% higher than at the conclusion of the 2004-2005 fiscal year.

The 2011 year was especially positive for Tiffin University.


New residence hall on Clay Street

Dr. Paul Marion President


New Science Laboratory

Ten classrooms in the former school building of St. Mary’s Church are leased for TU classes

THANK YOU The donors listed in this Annual Report deserve a great deal of credit for helping to make possible the many positive developments that have taken place at Tiffin University in recent years. The financial contributions made by these individuals and organizations benefit current students, as well as students who will enroll in the future.

AT H L E T I C S TU finished 6th out of 14 member institutions in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) for the all-sports trophy for the 2010-11 year, three TU coaches were selected for GLIAC “Coach of the Year” honors in their respective sports, and the wrestling team completed its first year of competition as an intercollegiate sport.

A C A D E M I C SU PPO RT PR O G R AM S Academic support programs for Tiffin campus undergraduates were enhanced, the Center for Teaching Excellence was implemented, and the freshman-to-sophomore retention rate increased significantly.

N E W A C A D EM I C PR O G R AM S A bachelor’s degree in Paralegal Studies was implemented on the Tiffin campus and delivery of the BCJ degree completion program and MSCJ program began at the Cuyahoga Community College campus in Brunswick, Ohio. Also, new concentrations in English, Art and Visual Media, and Communication were implemented within the Master of Humanities degree, as well as undergraduate majors in Global Leadership within the BBA degree, Professional Music within the BA degree, and Emergency Management within the BCJ degree completion program.

2011 Annual Report  

2011 TU Annual Report

2011 Annual Report  

2011 TU Annual Report