Ranked number one midwest regional college

Taylor University, founded in 1846, is one of the oldest evangelical Christian colleges in America.  A focus on integration of faith and learning is evident through more than the symbolic spires of the bell tower, but in the way professors, students and alumni are living their lives.  U.S. News & World Report has ranked Taylor University the #1 regional college-Midwest eight years in a row.  This whole-person education prepares you for more than a job, but to be a life-long learner.

In addition to the academic rigor, Taylor is committed to the individual growth of the student.  In a community where 90% of the students choose to live on campus because of the relationships they are able to establish, where over 54,000 hours are annually volunteered in ministry and community service, and where 75% of the faculty and staff live within walking distance of campus… people matter.  This student centered campus creates unique opportunities for research, internships, study abroad and ministry.  This is reflected in the fact that 80% of students participate in a travel experience during their time at Taylor and 91% are employed or in graduate school within 6 months of graduation.

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Taylor Facts

Mu Kappa

Taylor is home to the first campus chapter of Mu Kappa, an organization for missionary kids.»

Great Schools, Great Prices

Taylor is ranked #1 Regional College in the Midwest by U.S. News and World Report for the seventh year.»

Servant Leadership

Taylor students, faculty, and staff annually volunteer more than 64,000 hours of community service, both locally and globally.»