Location & Size
Heidelberg’s home is Tiffin, OH. We have over 1,100 traditional undergraduates and over 300 graduate students. Our students come from all over the country and the world. See our frequently asked questions.
The University offers a strong liberal arts curriculum with solid career preparation. With 30 majors, 30 minors, concentrations, and pre-professionals programs, it’s easy to find what you’re looking for, and even some things you didn’t know you were.
You can try, but you won’t be able to stop yourself from getting involved on campus. Clubs, organizations, athletics, music, honor societies, and Greek life all have a strong presence at Heidelberg. You can be in the band, or just enjoy their music. You can be on the soccer team, or love cheering them on. You could be president of the Student Senate, or eat the food at their bonfire. No matter what you do, you’ll have fun.
Heidelberg is a member of the Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC), one of the oldest athletic conferences in the nation. Our 18 varsity teams compete in NCAA Division III. Athletes have achieved success at the conference, regional, and national levels.
- "Life of the Mind" Honors Program
- Home to the Center for Historic and Military Archaeology
- Houses the National Center for Water Quality Research
Heidelberg was established in 1850 by the German Reformed Church (now United Church of Christ). Heidelberg's mascot, the Student Prince, is named after a German operetta of the same name and our school colors are from Germany’s flag used to represent the German and Dutch Reformed Church. Today, the University retains these connections through a unique study abroad program with its namesake city – Heidelberg, Germany.
Heidelberg University's attractive campus is located on 110 acres with beautiful historic buildings. We encourage you to visit our campus to learn more about everything Heidelberg has to offer.