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Learning does not end when you put the books away. It also happens through late-night discussions in residence halls and in experiences through co-curricular activities.
The village of Bluffton is a friendly Midwestern town in Allen County, Ohio, a safe and peaceful place where neighbors on and off campus look out for each other.
The rural village of Bluffton is home to 4,000 people as well as the 234-acre Bluffton University campus and nature preserve. Its residents are your professors, your fellow church members and the people you may work or volunteer with during your time here.
Go bowling, to the movies or enjoy Main Street shops offering everything from sports gear to crafts from developing countries. If you're looking for a day trip, Cedar Point amusement park, Toledo and Dayton are all less than a two hour drive away.
Bluffton University traditional undergraduate students are required to live in one of the university's residence halls unless they live at home with their parents and live within a reasonable commuting distance. The university is committed to the belief that living with others in a residence hall is an important part of the total educational and social experience of college life. Exceptions must be approved by the director of residence life.
Living successfully in a residence hall environment requires a certain amount of understanding and responsibility of each person. It is understood and expected that students are responsible for their own actions and the activities that occur in their rooms.