Some students are drawn to Heidelberg University because of our outstanding academic reputation, exceptional career readiness programs and innovative integrated curriculum. For others, it's our beautiful location, tight-knit community and strong faculty-student collaboration.
Located on 125 beautiful acres in northwest Ohio, Heidelberg combines a challenging liberal arts curriculum with practical career preparation. Our welcoming, enthusiastic community includes students from all over the world. We cherish academic excellence, honor knowledge, encourage original research and promote a lifelong commitment to free inquiry. In keeping with our historic affiliation with the United Church of Christ, we respect diverse cultures, religions and lifestyles.
Founded in 1850, Heidelberg offers 70 majors, minors and pre-professional programs on a 125-acre campus in Tiffin, OH. 10 of our 26 campus buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Our 1,000+ undergraduates can choose from 70+ clubs and organizations, plus 20 varsity teams. The student-faculty ratio is 13:1.
Heidelberg's PlusOneAdvantage Free MBA program offers all students the opportunity to add value to their undergraduate education by adding a Master of Business Administration degree. Any student who completes a bachelor’s degree (in any major) at Heidelberg in four years with at least a 3.0 GPA will be eligible to stay and earn a MBA tuition-free.
Heidelberg is a student-centered university in Tiffin, Ohio. Since our founding in 1850, we’ve remained a welcoming, enthusiastic community dedicated to helping our students live rich and fulfilling lives, personally and professionally. We effectively integrate liberal arts and professional preparation across disciplines to prepare our students to be global citizens who communicate effectively, think critically and serve thoughtfully.
Heidelberg University is a community of learning that promotes and nurtures intellectual, personal and professional development, leading to a life of purpose with distinction.