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Campus Directory and Facilities

Use the Campus Directory to find information on Owens people, places and events.

Campus Directory

The Toledo-area Campus

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 10,000
Toledo, Ohio 43699-1947

Visiting Address:
30335 Oregon Road
Perrysburg, OH 43551

(567) 661-7000 or 1-800-GO-OWENS, Ext. 7000 (1-800-466-9367, Ext. 7000)

The Toledo-area Campus (Interstate-75 at Exit 198) covers more than 360 acres and is located five minutes from downtown.  There are also Owens facilities at Arrowhead Park in Maumee and at The Source in downtown Toledo.

Maps and Directions

Buildings on the Toledo-area Campus Include

Administration Hall (1983) houses the President’s Office, Academic Services, Business Affairs, Government Relations, Human Resources, and Institutional Research.

Alumni Hall (1975) houses Campus Safety and Security and Disability Services.

Audio/Visual Classroom Center (1996) features a room that can seat up to 1,000 people or can be split into two, four or eight separate classrooms. The focus of each room is a 50-inch LCD HDTV screen with viewing capabilities linked to the College’s computer network, including the Internet, international satellite broadcasts and distance learning. AVCC also has computer laboratories and multimedia-capable classrooms.

Bicentennial Hall (1976) houses laboratories, classrooms and conference rooms to support academic programs.

Center for Emergency Preparedness (2006) provides full-size training props for first responders including a simulated burning gas station, railroad tank car and collapsed building. The Training and Operations Center (2009) provides coordination for CEP programs with offices, classrooms and laboratory accommodations.

Center for Fine and Performing Arts (2003) houses the Fine Arts and Math Departments. The building features a 520-seat theatre, classrooms and laboratories, studios, practice rooms, faculty offices and the Walter E. Terhune Art Gallery. In the Center’s rotunda, visitors can view “Owens Rings,” a suspended glass sculpture created by artist Ray King.

Child Care Center (1983) includes 14,000 square feet of indoor space and an outside play area. Designed for children between infancy and school-age, this building also serves as a lab for Owens students to participate in the daily activities of young children. The Child Care Center is accredited by the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs.

College Hall (1972) currently houses Oserve, the Fireside Grill, the Atrium student lounge, the Bookstore, Enrollment Services, the Advancement Division, the Center for Teaching and Learning, classrooms and a computer commons.

Computer Technicians Center houses computer services and technical support.

Facility Services (1983) houses maintenance, the motor pool, receiving and warehousing.

Fire Science and Law Enforcement Building (1994) contains specialized laboratories and training areas for the instruction of criminal justice principles, defense tactics, emergency medical procedures, evidence and fingerprinting, fire science, physical training and simulations; these include a firing range, defensive driving training pad, water recovery/rescue pond, drill field, fitness course and crime scenario house. The offices of the Toledo Police and Fire Academies and the Center for Emergency Preparedness are also located in the building.

Founders Hall (1976/2010) was reopened in January of 2010. The renovated building accommodates offices for English, Language Arts and Social and Behavioral Sciences faculty. There are also classrooms and learning spaces where students can meet in small groups.

Health Technologies Hall (1974) houses classrooms and laboratories used by the School of Health Sciences.

Heritage Hall (1976/2010)  was renovated in 2010 to provide faculty offices, departmental support space and specialty instructional space for the Schools of Business and Nursing. 

Industrial and Engineering Technologies Building (1988) provides contemporary training in electronics, biomedical equipment, environmental, network electronics, architectural, quality assurance, computer-aided design and manufacturing technologies. The HAAS Technical Center is also located in the building.

The Learning Center Downtown Toledo formerly known as The Learning Center at The Source (2007) is located in downtown Toledo where it provides classrooms and computer labs and offers a wide range of academic courses.

The Learning Center Maumee formerly known as The Arrowhead Learning Center (Maumee) is home to Workforce and Community Services programs which provide business and industry training. Academic classes are also offered at Arrowhead. 

Library (1996) houses group study rooms, a classroom for group instruction, an audio/visual viewing room, electronic reference resources and an automated card catalog. As part of OhioLINK, students can request materials from any Ohio college or university library.

Math/Science Center (1997) is dedicated to the instruction of mathematics and the sciences. It contains laboratories, cold storage facilities, classrooms and faculty offices.

Student Health and Activities Center (SHAC) (2000) features a food court, personal fitness activity areas, aerobics and weight lifting, volleyball, tennis and basketball courts, a gym with a running track, and a performance gym with a stage. Support facilities include locker rooms, lounges, and offices for student activities.

Transportation Technologies Center (1978) houses the Automotive and Diesel Technology programs including General Motors ASEP, John Deere and Caterpillar Dealer Service Technician programs. The TTC is equipped with a comprehensive auto body repair facility.

The Findlay-area Campus

Mailing and Visiting Address:
3200 Bright Road
Findlay, OH 45840

(567) 429-3500 or 1-800-GO-OWENS, Ext. 3500 (1-800-466-9367, Ext. 3500)

The Findlay-area Campus is located at the interesection of of Township Road 212 and Bright Road (Interstate-75; exit 161). The 60-acre campus is 40 miles south of Toledo and 35 miles north of Lima. The site includes a courtyard patio, two ponds, and a sculpture titled “Sunburst” by artist Barton Rubenstein. 

Buildings on the Findlay-area Campus include

Owens Education Center (2005) includes 38 advanced technology classrooms, 27 technical and computer laboratories, faculty and staff offices and student services areas including Oserve and Enrollment Services. Additional features are the Bookstore, Library, Jaguar Grill and Conference Center.

Child Care Center has space for 40 toddlers and pre-kindergarten children, and serves as a laboratory for Owens Early Childhood Education students. Inspired by the Italian school of Reggio Emilia, the light-filled space includes classrooms with computers, creative woodworking and art materials, and reading and writing areas.

Community Education and Wellness Center (2007) features a community and corporate training center that includes a wireless seminar classroom with tiered seating for 150. There are also 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.