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How Are You Doing?


We hope you and your family are safe and healthy. The University of Findlay and the Wolfe Center of Alumni, Parents, and Friends wants to stay in touch with you all throughout the year, but especially during these times of unprecedented change and uncertainty.

Browse through this page to see how we can stay connected and get through this together!

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As part of Oiler Nation, we want to know how you're staying Oiler Nation strong throughout this historic time.

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Julie Klingler, Director, Wolfe Center for Alumni, Parents & Friends
We're here for you. No matter where you are, through technology, we can still easily connect.

Julie Klingler, MBA
Director, Wolfe Center for Alumni, Parents & Friends
Julie Klingler, Director, Wolfe Center for Alumni, Parents & Friends
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Though we're apart, we're in this together and we'll remain Oiler Nation strong!

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Thank You Health Care Professionals!

Thank You Health Care Professionals!

Thank you to all of the health care professionals on the front lines of COVID-19 who are showing up to work, despite the risks. You have our sincere gratitude!
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Thank You Health Care Professionals!
Your Support Makes a Difference

Your Support Makes a Difference

Make the biggest impact on UF students facing financial emergencies due to COVID-19 by supporting the Student Emergency Fund.
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Your Support Makes a Difference
Staying Active During COVID-19

Staying Active During COVID-19

Working from home, kids aren’t going to school, restaurants and gyms are closed... so how can you stay active? UF Health Professions professors, Dr. Nyman & Dr. Born, have some great advice.
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Share Your #OilerPride on Social

Working and Homeschooling

Working and Homeschooling

Megan Adams, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Communication, and Julie McIntosh, Ed.D., Dean of the College of Education, have some helpful tips with you in mind.
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Working and Homeschooling

In the News

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Updating Classroom Spaces for Hybrid and Virtual Course Delivery

Updating Classroom Spaces for Hybrid and Virtual Course Delivery

University of Findlay is gearing up for the fall semester to begin with additional training for faculty and staff on hybrid and online course delivery. Throughout this summer, planning for multiple course delivery options has been a high priority to...

“The Well” Explores the Importance of Maintaining Connections with Community and Faith

“The Well” Explores the Importance of Maintaining Connections with Community and Faith

The fifth annual The Well: Summer Faith Experience at the University of Findlay has just concluded for 38 rising 10-12th grade students. This free, Christian-based program focuses on teaching students more about their faith and the many ways it impacts...

COVID-19 Signage Promotes Health and Wellness Across UF’s Campus

COVID-19 Signage Promotes Health and Wellness Across UF’s Campus

As the University of Findlay prepares for students to return to campus this fall, a collection of COVID-19 signage has been created and strategically placed throughout campus. These signs will inform students, faculty, staff, and visitors of ways to stay...

COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Information

University of Findlay has been in close contact with Governor DeWine's Office regarding the COVID-19 pandemic in order to ensure that we have the most current information in this evolving situation. If you have questions or concerns regarding UF's response to COVID-19, please email [email protected]
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