The Findlay-area Campus originally opened in 1983 in downtown Findlay, but expanded and relocated to the northeast side of Findlay in 2005. A small college setting with many big college benefits, it's a campus where students, faculty and staff get to know each other on a first-name basis each semester.
The facility consists of a 119,407-square-foot instructional building located on 60 acres that provides classrooms and labs for arts and sciences, business, public service, health and industrial and engineering technologies.
Additional campus features include a bookstore, commons area, food court and conference center. Beautiful landscaping, ponds and a courtyard patio provide for leisurely studying outside and socializing.
Student activities are thriving, allowing for an exciting campus life. Guest speakers, festivals, active clubs and organizations and more give students of all ages the chance to interact and broaden their educational experience.
The more than 5,700-square-foot, on-campus library provides areas for enhanced learning. It also features an art gallery that exhibits professional work throughout the academic year.
The stand-alone Child Care Center (2006) has space for approximately 40 children and includes two classrooms specifically intended to encourage learning and nurturing. Each room consists of a learning center that features computers, math and science, blocks and construction, creative art, woodworking, reading and writing.
The Child Care Center also provides an educational setting for students in the Early Childhood Education Program.
In 2007, the Community Education and Wellness Center was added. The building features a community and corporate training center that includes a wireless seminar classroom with tiered seating for 150. The facility also features computer labs, industrial labs and shop bays, a wellness, cardiovascular and fitness center, and a community-oriented, multipurpose center that can accommodate 350 at catered (on-site) banquets.