43% of students are male;
57% of students are female
Student to Faculty Ratio
Student to faculty ratio of
13 students to 1 faculty member
Small Class Sizes
60% of classes have
fewer than 20 students
97% Employed or in Graduate
School within six months of graduation
Current parents and alumni are welcomed for a weekend of activities, worship, and reconnecting. Read more about the weekend schedule here.Event Details
Taylor University is ranked 16th among the nation's Christian colleges and universities in a recently released survey by Faith on View Christian College Rankings.
Taylor University has received a grant of $991,928 to help establish Sacred Roots: Thriving in Ministry – an initiative Taylor officials say is designed to develop and grow peer groups of congregational leaders and encourage leaders serving in under-resourced and rural, urban and incarcerated communities.
Reverend Greg Dyson has been named Special Assistant to the President for Intercultural Initiatives at Taylor University. Dyson currently serves as Director of Intercultural Leadership at Cedarville University, a role he has filled since 2014. Since 2016 Dyson has also served as the Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church of London, Ohio. Additionally, he has also served in a variety of pastoral and educational ministry roles including Chaplain, Associate Pastor, Youth Pastor, and Dean of Admissions.
Due to severe weather and power outages in our area, all classes are cancelled until noon today, Thursday, November 15. All campus offices will also be closed until noon. Updates will follow if power is not restored by noon. Michael D. Hammond, Ph.D. Provost
Project Contributors: Ruth Jansen, Rebecca K. RousseauRead More
Project Contributors: Dan McClure, David Lew, Matt Orvis, Adam Kilmer, Jacob Baranowski, Paul Kuehl, Seth Foote, Kevin Seifert, Natalie Ramm, and Anthony Pollina
Directed Project Contributors: Dr. Hank Voss and Professor Jeff Dailey.
Each student, under faculty advising, takes full responsibility of his or her subsystem. Throughout the design and development process, students learned valuable skills, teamwork, and experience the end-to-end engineering process.
Taylor University, founded in 1846, is a Christian liberal arts college in Indiana with students, faculty, and staff dedicated to living life together in a discipleship community.
We continually engage in campus and community activities including long-standing traditions, community outreach, athletics, wing events, and more. In addition, 80% of our students travel abroad and 97% are employed or in grad school within 6 months of graduation.
Explore our rigorous academic programs and active student life and if you have questions, please feel free to contact us at 800-882-3456.