Can you afford to live
by your values?

Can the world afford it
if you do not?


The Bluffton


A true
With true

Do you ask "How are you?"
and listen to the answer?

What if the sand between your toes wasn't in Florida, but in the Middle East ?

Can I really create a more
peaceful world?

Is it important to study
a subject you love ?

Programs of Study

Find out more about our programs of study and the success of Bluffton graduates.

If you know exactly what you want and are ready and motivated to move ahead, several programs include an intensive option that enables you to earn your bachelor's degree in just three years.

* = Also offered through Bluffton's three-year bachelor's program

What does it mean to live in a
community where values really matter?

How many ways do you want to
learn in a day?

Are you looking for Main
or life in the fast lane?

When all is said and done, will you
have done more than you've said?

Come see that you can afford to
live by your values.

Bluffton at a Glance

Discovery, community, respect and service. A liberal arts university in northwestern Ohio founded in 1899 and affiliated with Mennonite Church USA.

Welcoming students from all backgrounds who share a commitment to putting their knowledge and faith into action.

Global education. A focus on international understanding, social justice, peace and environmental stewardship. 85% of Bluffton students participate in cross-cultural experiences, including study, service and internships abroad.

Small classes, a student to faculty ratio of 13 to 1, and professors who include entrepreneurs, international artists, and scholars in restorative justice, mathematical physics, multilingual teaching and more. Dedicated teachers and mentors who seek to challenge and collaborate with students.

More than 50 majors, minors and interdisciplinary programs in professional fields and the arts and sciences. Nationally accredited programs in education, social work, dietetics and music.

A community of respect. Students live on campus all four years and abide by an honor system. Approximately 1,100 students from 21 states and 10 countries.

Comfortably at home. Six residence halls, including theme-based options. On a beautifully wooded campus adjacent to a nature preserve in a welcoming Midwestern town.

Special programs. Honors Program. Vocational Discovery grants. Civic Engagement. Master's degree programs in business, education and organizational management.

Internships and research. Extensive opportunities to gain professional and scholarly experience as an undergraduate, locally and nationally. Grants available in all fields.

Campus resources. Centennial Hall Academic Center, Yoder Recital Hall, Shoker Science Center, Musselman Library, Sauder Visual Arts Center, Marbeck Student Center, and The Lion and Lamb Peace Arts Center. New in 2012—the 60,000-square-foot Sommer Center for Health and Fitness Education, including athletic and fitness facilities for all students.

Technology. Wireless networking, more than 170 public computers, central Help Desk, video and audio equipment library, and MS Office licenses for current students.

Athletics. 14 men's and women's NCAA Division III teams in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference. Intramural sports from basketball to tennis-ball golf.

Activities and clubs. Spiritual, service, political, academic, artistic, multicultural, career related or just for fun. More than 40 student-run organizations.

After Bluffton. Graduate school, professional careers, ministry and service throughout the world. A wide range of career and vocational services beginning in your first year.

Learn more about tuition and financial aid.

A Barron's magazine

"Best Buy in
College Education"

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Come see that you


afford to live by

your values.

We invite you to visit or apply to see all that you could experience as a student at Bluffton.


for a lifetime

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