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Ashland University is a mid-sized regional teaching university, historically related to the Brethren Church. Our mission is to serve the educational needs of all students -- undergraduate and graduate, traditional and non-traditional, full and part-time -- by providing educational programs of high quality in an environment that is both challenging and supportive.


About Ashland University

Founders   Hall

These educational programs emphasize both the importance of the liberal arts and sciences and the need to provide initial and advanced preparation in selected professional areas -- including business, education, and theology -- which enables our students to lead meaningful and productive lives in the world community.
The educational and social environment is built upon a long-standing commitment to Judeo-Christian values and a tradition that stresses the importance of each individual. In this environment, the members of the Ashland University community continually seek ways to challenge and support each other to develop intellectually, spiritually, socially, culturally and physically.

AU Main-Campus Facilities

Buildings, Classrooms, and Other Physical Facilities Associated w/Academic Programs

Andrews Hall
Houses the History/Political Science, Psychology, Criminal Justice/Sociology, Social Work and Nursing Departments. Includes seven lecture classrooms and one laboratory.




Arts and Humanities Building
Houses the Art, Communication Arts, English, Music, Philosophy, and Theatre Departments. Includes one computer lab, one theatre lab, three music labs, five art labs and six lecture rooms. This building is also home to the Hugo Young Theatre for the Performing Arts, Coburn Art Gallery, the Writing Center and radio/TV studios.




Clayton Hall
Houses the Hotel/Restaurant Management program and includes one lecture room




Dwight Schar College of Education
The College of Education is located in Schar building along with the Reading Recovery Center.

Education   Building



Gill Center for Business and Economic Education
Houses the Graduate School and academic outreach programs.

Gill   Center



John M. Ashbrook Center for Public Affairs
Located in the Library, the Center provides an academic forum for the study of the principles and practices of American constitutional government and politics.




Kettering Science Center
Houses the Biology, Toxicology, Environmental Science, Geology, Chemistry and Physics Departments. The building includes eight science laboratories, one computer lab and five lecture classrooms.




Nine-story building housing the Universitys library holdings. In addition, AU is a member of OhioLINK, giving students borrowing access to more than 31 million library items statewide and full-text search access to over 90 research databases. The Ashbrook Center for Public Affairs, the coin and paper money collection in the Numismatic Center, International Student Services, and the Weltmer Instructional Program Center of the College of Education are located in the Library.




Miller Hall
Houses the Business Administration and Religion Departments as well as the Master of Business Administration offices. The building includes ten lecture classroom and two computer labs.

Miller   Hall



Patterson Instructional Technology Center
Houses the Mathematics/Computer Science and Foreign Languages Departments and the Center for English Studies. The building includes seven lecture rooms and a computer lab.

Patterson   Center



Phyllis Jacobson Kates Center for Family and Consumer Sciences
Includes two lecture classrooms as well as food and textile laboratories.

Kates Center



Recreation Center and Arthur L. and Maxine Sheets Rybolt Sport Sciences Center
Houses the Sport Sciences Department and the Athletics Offices, and includes four lecture classrooms in addition to three basketball courts, two racquetball courts, wrestling room and a natatorium.

Recreation Center



Richard E. and Sandra J. Dauch College of Business and Economics
This state-of-the-art building houses Business Administration, Economics, and the MBA program. Includes the Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, an executive education center, state-of-the-art trading room, computer labs, tiered lecture hall, and a product development lab.

Dauch   Building


Additional AU Main-Campus Facilities

Athletic Facilities
In addition to the Physical Education Center, include Conard Field House with banked track, tennis courts and batting cage; Wurster Fitness Center with free weights and nautilus equipment; Donges Field, baseball complex; Sarver Field, football practice and track facility; Community Stadium, a 5,400-seat football stadium and all-weather track; and the AU Soccer Complex.

tennis   courts



Founders Hall
Houses the Office of Admission, Academic Advising, Registrar, Residence Life, Development Office, Public Relations, EagleCard Office, President Office, Provost Office, and Business Office.

Founders Hall



Hawkins-Conard Student Center
Houses Student Activities, Student Affairs, Counseling, Career Development and Safety Services offices as well as the Student Health Center, a fitness center, bookstore, Eagles Nest snack bar, mailroom and several lounges.




John C. Myers Convocation Center
Housing the Universitys dining services in the Food Court and includes the Accent Room restaurant and conference facilities for 2,800 people.

Convo Center



Jack & Deb Miller Chapel 
Houses the Religious Life Office and Center for Religious Life and meeting space for student Christian organizations.




Redwood Hall
This building is used for special events including guest speakers and performers.

Redwood Hall



Student Residences
Include three AU two-bedroom apartment buildings for upperclass men and women; seven residence halls with sorority suites and honors floors; and fraternity houses.

Senior   Apartments




AU Off-Campus Centers

Columbus Center
Houses the M.Ed., MBA, Bachelors Plus, Professional Development Services and Ashland Theological School programs in Columbus, Ohio. Includes three computer labs and 26 education/meeting rooms.

Columbus   Center



Elyria Program Center
Located at the Lorain County Community College in Elyria, Ohio. Includes classrooms, library, and media space for AUs undergraduate, Bachelors Plus, and Professional Development programs.




Massillon/Stark Center 
Provides facilities for the M.Ed., MBA, Bachelors Plus, and Professional Development programs in Massilon, Ohio. Includes six classrooms with wireless network systems.





Ashland Theological Seminary

Gerber Academic Center
Houses three academic classrooms, a computer lab, and the Smetzer Auditorium, used for larger seminary classes.

 ATS Library



Roger Darling Memorial Library
Includes over 80,000 volumes and over 500 periodical publications. The librarys catalog is a joint computer catalog with Ashland University and includes all holdings of the AU Library, and AU Media Center in addition to the Seminary library.

Sandberg   Leadership



Sandberg Leadership Center
Houses classrooms for the Doctor of Ministry program and other specialized seminars and conferences. The Smetzer Counseling Center, which occupies one wing of the center, contains offices and counseling labs.




Shultz Academic Center
Houses four academic classrooms, the seminary bookstore and, on the lower level, a student lounge.





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