New Arrowhead Park students can choose to take a free class during the 2013 Spring 2 term!
Heidelberg University’s Arrowhead Park campus, established in 1989, offers a convenient location, flexible admission and competitive tuition to accommodate working adults who are looking to distinguish themselves while balancing work, family, learning and life.
Degree-seeking students may choose to pursue a bachelor’s degree in accounting, business administration or psychology or a master’s degree in business administration, counseling or education. Students taking courses for professional development or continuing education credits may choose coursework from disciplines ranging from anthropology to communication to geology to political science.
The Arrowhead Park campus in Maumee provides students a single, easily accessible location to register, pay tuition, purchase books and attend class. A computer lab, wireless Internet access and adjacent parking are all available on site. Services and staff are on campus Monday through Thursday 2 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Eight-week accelerated terms, featuring evening courses, are available throughout the year (two terms in the fall and spring and one in the summer). Students may apply for admission for any upcoming term, and achieving full-time undergraduate status requires a commitment of two nights per week of classes. Accelerated classes allow you to finish your undergraduate degree faster. Coursework schedule and requirements for full-time status vary according to individual graduate programs.
Students pay tuition and book fees. There are no technology, registration or parking fees, and tuition prices are comparable to those of state universities. Financial aid packages and payment plans are available, and tuition reimbursement plans are also accepted.