The house is located near the main entrance to campus.

Bluffton at a glance

655 undergraduate students and 70 students in graduate programs. The average incoming student has a 3.2 high school GPA. (in 2018-19)

Bluffton offers academic study in more than 85 academic programs, an adult bachelor's degree-completion program in accounting, organizational management, and RN to BSN, and master’s degrees in organizational management (MAOM); and leadership business administration (MBA) 502 Bad Gateway licensure, leadership and faith-based education.

Tuition and fees:

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to form a truly unique educational experience we have financial aid programs in place to make sure that Bluffton University is affordable for you.

Accreditation and affiliations:

to confer the degrees of bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, master of arts in

Bluffton University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, a member of the North Central Association,, 312-263-0456, and the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities.

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National Center for Education Statistics


Total headcount enrollment 770
Undergraduate FTE (full-time equivalent): 655
Total graduate enrollment 70
Graduate FTE: 66
Full-time, traditional enrollment 597
Residential students 88%
First-year class: 174
Entering first-year student average GPA 3.184
Entering first-year student 25th percentile ACT (2016-17) 18
Entering first-year student 75th percentile ACT (2016-17) 24
Students in top 10% of high school class: 9.7%
Students in top 25% of high school class: 22.9%
First to second year retention rate 65.9%
Graduation rate (6 year): 54.4%
Full-time faculty (with terminal degree): 50 (34)
Student/faculty ratio: 11:1
Tuition: (2019-20, 12-17 hours/semester) $33,286
Room and board: (2019-20, 15-meal plan) $11,124
Endowment market value: (as of June 30, 2018) $25,255,492

Located in Northwest Ohio

Top Tier of "Midwest Colleges"

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