Founded in 1846, Taylor University is a coeducational, non-denominational Christian liberal arts college where faith, living and learning are integrated.
Global engagement and service is at the core of the Taylor experience. This year, 460 students earned credit while participating in 32 programs in 34 countries. Students also earned credit in service-learning or cross-cultural programs as short-term missionaries to U.S. cities. In the latest Open Doors survey, Taylor University ranked #2 in the nation for undergraduate participation in study abroad for baccalaureate colleges.
The Calling and Career Office features a blended approach of reaching students where they are (in residence halls and classrooms and through clubs and activities) and provides services that attract students to our office .
The current research and resources we provide can help you select the major appropriate to your desired career, as well as position you competitively in the marketplace.
Residence life at Taylor is more than just a bunch of buildings around campus. It’s the relationships you develop with your fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. Taylor intentionally integrates halls so underclassmen live with and learn from upperclassmen, and vice versa. Living together, students are exposed to a variety of people and opinions as well as a mass of shared experiences.
The Library is an information hub for the Taylor University community, by providing many tangible resources, like books and DVDs, but also by connecting to a vast range of quality information resources and services.
The Technology & Learning Connection (T&LC) was created on the Library’s main level. This area provides an array of computing, printing, laminating, and audio/video services and resources as well as computer support at the T&LC desk.
As you might imagine, the recent health care change conversations (commonly called PPACA- Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act) have greatly affected Taylor University and her students. One such area of change is in student insurance.
The campus is spacious and scenic with many points of interest. In the heart of the campus rests the Zondervan Library, housing the Engstrom Galleria, a bright and open walk-through frequently used to host receptions and to display traveling works of art, and the University archives. The archives is home to much of Taylor’s history as well as the Edwin W. Brown Collection featuring the life and works of C. S. Lewis, George MacDonald, Dorothy L. Sayers, Charles Williams, and Owen Barfield.
Whether you're discussing the artistic merit of the latest film, dancing and lip-syncing to a mash-up of pop songs, or getting involved in athletics, our student-led activities and organizations will keep you busy the whole time you're here.
Taylor has numerous activities and organizations for you to get involved in, whether you're organizing, participating, or spectating.
Taylor University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. The virtual campus is also affiliated with the Association of Christian Continuing Education Schools and Seminaries as well as the Indiana College Network.