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Taylor University

Taylor University

Taylor University

Introduction

For more than 170 years, Taylor University has stayed true to its heritage, challenging each generation of students to integrate faith with learning and follow Christ’s calling. Though our University’s history is not blemish-free, tough times have kept us anchored in faith and committed to our university’s mission.

Founded in 1846 as Fort Wayne Female College, Taylor University now stands as the oldest non-denominational school in Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU). Each of our faculty and staff is devoted to discipleship in classrooms and residence halls, on the turf, and around the world. With more than 60 majors across the arts, humanities, sciences, social sciences, and a Foundational Core curriculum that promotes a broad base of knowledge, Taylor encourages students to ask hard questions, apply themselves to the tasks at hand, and embrace their callings. Our dedication to excellence in and out of the classroom has led to national recognition.

Locations

  • Upland

    West Reade Avenue,236, 46989, Upland

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