The University of Findlay

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  1. Prospective Student Tour

    Take this quick tour to experience Findlay's campus for yourself.


    1. Old Main

      From the University's front lawn, you get a grand view of Old Main, the original building at Findlay, and the Griffith Memorial Arch, which has been a part of officially welcoming new students to campus and celebrating their graduation for nearly 100 years.

    2. Ritz Auditorium

      Ritz Auditorium is the original auditorium space at the University of Findlay. For many years, it was used to hold all major functions at UF including commencement, choir concerts and major campus events. It is still in use and hosts dozens of speakers and campus events each year.

    3. Brewer/Frost Science Center

      This structure is made up of two science facilities. The Brewer Science Hall contains the Newhard Planetarium, classrooms for science and chemistry labs. The Martin Lecture Hall. 


      The Frost Science Center contains the Robert Malcolm Lecture Hall, laboratories and classrooms. It is also home to the Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health Sciences Program.​

    4. Alumni Memorial Union

      The Alumni Memorial Union is the central hub of the University. The Union features study and social spaces for students, meeting rooms that can accommodate a wide range of groups, from 10 people to 500, the Oiler Mart and the Cave, which is a great place to grab a quick lunch or dinner.

    5. Bell Tower

      As a gift from the classes of 1953 and 2003, the Old Main bell was restored and installed in a new tower on campus that was dedicated at Homecoming in 2003. A new tradition was started during the 2006 Commencement as the alumni director rang the bell six times (for 2006) before the start of baccalaureate services to welcome the graduates as alumni.​​

    6. Mazza Museum

      Located in the Virginia B. Gardner Fine Arts Pavilion, the Mazza Museum is one of the largest museums of original artwork by children’s book illustrators in the world. The museum’s goal is to promote literacy and enrich the lives of all people through the art of children’s literature.

    7. Davis Street Building

      The Davis Street Building is home to the University’s College of Pharmacy, College of Education and many science and research labs. A new addition to the building contains 19 science laboratories, four classrooms, a 112-seat lecture hall, a computer lab, 15 faculty offices, a conference room and a student lounge. It primarily houses the Biology Program and related forensic science laboratories.

    8. Brewer Center for Health Sceinces

      The Brewer Center houses the University’s doctor of physical therapy, master of occupational therapy, master of athletic training, and master of physician assistant programs. Also included are:

      • W. Robert and Marilyn Y. Brewer Lecture Hall 

      • Laboratories 

      • Cadaver lab (one of the largest labs in northwest Ohio) 

      • Classrooms 

      • Offices 

      • Health sciences library 

      • Reference room 

      • Computer lab
    9. UF Cottages

      The Cottages offer three styles of housing: 

      1. Studio, accommodating two students; 
      2. One-bedroom, housing two students; and 
      3. Two-bedroom, housing four students. 
      The Cottages are co-ed by cottage and generally occupied by upper-class​ students. Each cottage includes a washer and dryer, full kitchen and one full bathroom. The studio style shares a living room/bedroom within a single space.


    10. UF Village

      As one of the University's many on-campus living options, the UF Village houses both male and female students by floor.  Multiple study areas and social lobbies exist throughout the building.  Each wing contains a study lobby, and there are 1 to 3 social lobbies on each floor. 


      A game room is located on the first floor. 


      Individual resident rooms have a private half-bath with a sink and toilet.  Each floor contains laundry facilities for students to utilize.   Vending machines are available on the first West floor.

    11. DeHaven Soccer Field

      DeHaven Field is home to Oilers men's and women's soccer teams. The field, which is surrounded by student apartment complexes, is a fan friendly atmosphere that seats over 600 people.

    12. Henderson Dining Hall

      Located on the first floor of Deming Residence Hall, Henderson Dining Hall (or Hendo) offers two restaurant options: the Marketplace and Simply To Go. The Marketplace is an all-you-care-to-eat restaurant with various stations consisting of an impressive salad bar, comfort food station, grill, pizza, a deli case option, a breakfast bar, desserts and beverages. 

    13. Morey Residence Hall

      Morey Residence Hall, one of two single-room residence halls, is co-ed by floor with approximately 44 rooms.  


      Each floor has a lobby, one bathroom and free laundry facilities available.​ A Resident Assistant is on each floor of this building.  

    14. Fox Residence Hall

      Fox Residence Hall is co-ed by floor.  The hall features a small 24-hour visitation lounge and two bathrooms on each floor.  Free laundry facilities are located on the first floor, as well as vending machines.  There are 68 rooms, all double-occupancy with individual air conditioning units. ​ 

    15. Croy Gymnasium

      The University of Findlay’s Croy Center Gymnasium has been home to Oiler men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, and men's and women's swimming teams since 1970-71.


      The facility contains six locker rooms plus a number of administrative offices that are used during competitions. The University of Findlay's Human Resources Department is also housed in Croy plus several classrooms that are used as lecture halls and training facilities.


      Houdeshell Court, located inside Croy Gymnasium, is widely considered to be one of the top facilities and the most exciting atmosphere for players, coaches and fans in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

      Sink Natatorium is also housed in Croy, and is used for all swimming competitions


    16. Koehler Fitness & Recreation Complex

      The Student Recreation Center is located inside the Koehler Fitness and Recreation Complex.  The center includes a basketball court, running track, climbing wall, varsity weight room, entertainment center, racquetball court, pool tables, game room and juice bar.

    17. Cardio Center

    18. Office of Admissions

      The Office of Admissions for potential undergraduate, graduate and transfer students is located at 1315 N. Main Street across the street from the Koehler Recreation Complex. Campus tours start in the Office of Admissions. The office moved recently from its previous location in Morey Hall.

    19. Armstrong Sports Complex

      The Russ and Peg Armstrong Sports Complex is home to the Oilers men’s and women’s tennis teams as well as the women’s lacrosse squad.  The area also hosts practice fields for lacrosse, football, soccer and track.

    20. Donnell Football Stadium

      Donnell Stadium was opened in 1928 and has been the home of Findlay High School Trojans and the The University of Findlay Oilers ever since. The stadium, which was provided by and named after James C. Donnell, seats 7,500 people and is located in the South end of Findlay.