A look back at the Class of 2020's memories
During their time at Findlay, some of the many memories the 2020 graduates will remember include:
- 2016 – For the first time since 1989, the University of Findlay introduced a new graphic identity and academic logo in March. The change was driven by alterations in graphic design concepts over the years, but also reflects the University's commitment to its "brand promise" of academic excellence, experiential learning and transformative experiences for all students.
- 2017 - On Sunday, August 20, 2017, members of the campus community came together to celebrate the opening of the University's new Center for Student Life and College of Business. The new 75,000-square-foot facility is the home to the College of Business and features expansive space for students.
- 2017 - Winebrenner Theological Seminary and the University of Findlay announced a new partnership between the two institutions at the opening breakfast in August. The University and Winebrenner reached a mutual agreement for the University to purchase the facility currently owned and occupied by Winebrenner Theological Seminary. The two institutions will continue to remain separate organizations in identity and institutional governance.
- 2019 - University of Findlay’s first Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) Program cohort walked through the Griffith Memorial Arch and into their first semester of classes on Friday, May 31, 2019. The class of 15 students will be the first cohort to make its way through Findlay’s OTD program since the degree was granted applicant status by Accreditation Council for Occupation Therapy Education (ACOTE).
- 2020 - In February 2020, the University announced the Doctor of Education in School Psychology Program. The four-year program will be the only online Doctor of Education in School Psychology in Ohio, making it easier for individuals to pursue a career as a school psychologist while continuing to work.