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Alford Auditorium

Initially built as a church in 1853 and renovated by the University in 1903, Alford Auditorium has served the University in several capacities, such as a gymnasium, chapel, and theatre. The building with its newer annex now functions as classrooms and faculty offices.

Alford Auditorium

Apple Technology Resource Center

The Apple Technology Resource Center was renovated in 1998 to further strengthen Cedarville’s position as a national leader in instructional technology. The 24,000-square-foot facility houses six general classrooms, a 40-station general-use computer laboratory, a videoconferencing center, a computerized testing room, student lounges, and 17 offices. New electronic media facilities were added in 2004. These include four studios: a recording studio outfitted with a Mackie D8B and 2496 hard disc recording system, a television studio/control room equipped with three digital video cameras and “green screen” wall, a broadcast studio, and an audio computer studio. Apple also houses the department of social work faculty offices.

Apple Technology Resource Center

Centennial Library

The construction of the 66,000-square-foot, two-story library served as the cornerstone of the University’s 1987 centennial celebration. This structure brings together the latest information technologies for higher learning and provides general study and specialized seating for over 800 students. Designed to house a collection of up to 250,000 volumes, the library also contains the MediaPLEX, the Curriculum Materials Center, computer and media-supported classrooms, a variety of individual and group study facilities, and the University archives.

The library collection consists of approximately 275,000 print, media, and digital items, including almost 1,000 journal subscriptions in print form, more than 9,000 e-journal subscriptions, and more than 53,000 e-books. As a member of OhioLINK, a cooperative of 90 institutional libraries, students and faculty have access to more than 12,000,000 unique titles through a centralized computer catalog with on-campus delivery. In addition, through OCLC, the Online Computer Library Center, the library has access to more than 236,000,000 books and other library materials in more than 72,000 libraries in all 50 states and 170 foreign countries.

Centennial Library

Center for Biblical and Theological Studies

Situated on Cedar Lake, this innovative 59,000-square-foot structure supports Cedarville’s Bible minor — which grounds students in God’s Word — as well as the 10 Bible programs that prepare them for vocational ministry. The center includes a technology-equipped homiletics lab, two lecture halls, 14 classrooms, accessible faculty offices, email stations, a multimedia lab, and a 36-station computer lab, along with a lounge, gallery, and vending areas. The building also houses the University’s academic enrichment center, which provides courses, programs, services, and events to cultivate academic success. It includes tutoring, first-year programming, disability services, workshops, consultations, and exploratory support.

Center for Biblical and Theological Studies

Dixon Ministry Center

The 120,000-square-foot Dixon Ministry Center, completed in 1996, includes the Jeremiah Chapel, the Christian ministries division, the department of music and worship, and seven classrooms.

The 3,400-seat chapel is the site of daily chapel services that bring the University family together for worship and instruction from God’s Word.

The department of music and worship facilities include 15 instructional studios, 20 practice rooms, four rehearsal halls, a piano pedagogy suite, a piano laboratory, a computer laboratory, three specialized classrooms, a large conference room, and a beautiful 250-seat recital hall.

Dixon Ministry Center

Engineering and Science Center

This facility demonstrates the University’s firm commitment to providing a quality Christian education in the sciences. This 95,000-square-foot, three-story academic center is home to the department of science and mathematics and the Elmer W. Engstrom Department of Engineering and Computer Science. It contains 10 classrooms, including a 200-seat auditorium, 10 independent study laboratories, five conference rooms, 36 discipline-specific laboratories, 50 offices, and several lounges. The building also contains a 40-station general-use computer laboratory and features video and data connectivity in all offices, classrooms, and laboratories. Special features include three computer-equipped classrooms, a 16-inch reflecting telescope, an audio visual learning laboratory, an engine test cell, five electronic circuit laboratories, and a wind tunnel with an 18-inch test chamber.

Engineering and Science Center

Engineering Projects Laboratory

The 8,800-square-foot Engineering Projects Laboratory was opened in 2005 and houses a projects lab complete with a machine shop, welding area, ventilated paint and fiberglass booth, wood shop, and bays for up to six projects. The single-story steel building also features a multipurpose conference room and six faculty offices.

Engineering Projects Laboratory

Hartman Hall

Hartman Hall is home to University Human Resources. A full-scale restoration of this historic home began in 2012.

Hartman Hall

Health Sciences Center

The newly constructed Health Sciences Center is home to the schools of nursing and pharmacy as well as the Center for Bioethics. This facility houses state-of-the-art classrooms and research and clinical laboratories, including one of the best simulation centers in the country. It also includes numerous student collaboration rooms and comfortable lounges for group interaction and individual study and relaxation.

Health Sciences Center

Milner Business Administration Building

Opened in 1987 and featuring the latest in instructional technology, the George Milner Business Administration Building contains nine general classrooms, two computer classrooms, the trading center, the center for business innovation, and faculty offices for the school of business administration.

Milner Business Administration Building

Tyler Digital Communication Center

This facility, renovated in 2002, includes a graphic design lab, writing center, multimedia lab, three computer classrooms, seven general classrooms, and faculty offices. Offices for alumni relations, marketing, creative services, advancement, and information technology are also located in this building. Tyler also holds the Computer Assistance Center.

Tyler Digital Communication Center

Ambassador Hall

Ambassador Hall serves as office space for the department of english, language, and modern literature.

Ambassador Hall

Center for Teaching and Learning

This facility houses offices for the college of extended learning and the Center for Teaching and Learning, which works with faculty to create effective instructional solutions.

Center for Teaching and Learning

Collins Hall

This facility houses offices for the college of extended learning and the Center for Teaching and Learning, which works with faculty to create effective instructional solutions.

Collins Hall

Founders Hall

This historic facility was renamed Founders Hall on Centennial Charter Day, January 26, 1987. Today this stately structure serves as Cedarville’s administrative and academic headquarters with offices for the president, provost, and academic vice president.

Founders Hall

Human Resource Center

The Human Resource Center houses the administrative offices for the department of History and Government .

Campus Safety/Human Resources

Jeremiah Hall

Jeremiah Hall provides offices for the Distance Learning department.
Jeremiah Hall

Patterson Hall

Formerly the home of the University’s medical clinic, Patterson Hall now provides faculty office space for the department of media and applied communications.

Patterson Hall

Service Center

The Service Center houses various offices and facilities for the Maintenance, Grounds, Custodial Services, and Campus Safety departments.

The Service Center

Williams Hall

Providing classrooms and offices, Williams Hall serves as the home of the academic departments of education, psychology, and English, literature, and modern languages.

Williams Hall

Baseball Field

The baseball field is located in the athletic complex on the north end of campus. It features a natural turf field with a Diamond Pro surface on the infield and on the 15-foot warning track that leads to an 8-foot high wooden fence. The site includes 50-foot long dugouts, a press box, electronic scoreboard, and seating for 500 people.
Baseball Field

Callan Athletic Center

Constructed in 1981, the Callan Athletic Center includes the Stranahan Gymnasium, which seats nearly 3,000 fans and serves as the competition venue for basketball and volleyball programs, along with providing space for a variety of athletic team practices, intramural sports, and many other recreational activities. The entire facility features three full-length basketball courts, five volleyball courts, 10 badminton courts, nine team and generaluse locker rooms, an athletics laundry facility, and a state-of-the-art athletics training room complex. The renovated second floor, opened in January 2003, includes six classrooms, an exercise science lab, and offices for coaches and faculty in the department of kinesiology and allied health.

Callan Athletic Center

Doden Field House

The Doden Field House is the largest section of the Recreation Center, added in 2003. This 60,000-square-foot area can host four basketball, volleyball, and tennis courts or two indoor soccer courts. It also includes three batting cages, a 200-meter track, and bleachers seating 1,000 spectators. The track is used for individual walking/jogging as well as for high school and college indoor track competitions. Cedarville’s annual commencement is held in the Field House, accomodating nearly 7,000 attendees.

Golf Practice Facility

The men's golf program is enhanced with the opening of a new driving range and practice facility on the northwest side of the Cedarville University campus. It's all part of the athletics complex that includes baseball, softball, soccer, and track and field.

The driving range is a 15-acre facility that features a three-tiered natural grass driving area for the men's golf program. There are also 10 stations with artificial turf mats for the school's golf classes to use.

There are five target greens measuring 100, 125, 150, 175, and 200 yards from the tees. Another feature of the facility is a short game practice area that includes six sand-filled targets. Soon to be added is an artificial putting green complete with sand traps.

Golf Practice Facility

Intramural Athletic Fields

Fields used for intramural sports such as flag football, soccer, and softball.

Recreation Center

Added in 2003, the Fitness Center is an open, inviting area featuring a 40-foot indoor climbing wall, capturing the attention of all who enter. This section of the Recreation Center also includes three racquetball courts, a 2,200-square-foot exercise studio, a varsity athletics free weight room, a 2,000-square-foot general use free weight room, 28 Nautilus strength training machines, 50 cardio machines, and a recreation equipment room.

Recreation Center

Soccer Field/Track

The varsity soccer field is an integral part of the athletic field complex at the north end of campus. It features a natural playing surface, irrigation system, electronic scoreboard, press box, and seating for 2,000 fans.
Soccer Field

Softball Field

The Lady Jacket softball field is another part of the athletic field complex. The venue includes a Diamond Pro skin infield, a natural turf outfield, and a 10-foot warning track leading up to an 8-foot high wooden fence. The outfield dimensions are 210 feet down each line and 225 feet to centerfield. The site includes 40-foot-long dugouts, a press box, electronic scoreboard, and seating for 500 people.
Softball Field

Tennis Courts

The nine tennis courts are located on the north end of campus. The venue opened in 1996 and includes one group of six courts with three lighted adjoining courts all featuring a Latex-ite color coating and cushion surface.

Tennis Courts

University Medical Services

University Medical Services provides ambulatory health care with a staff that consists of physicians and nurses. University Medical Services offers many health care services such as preventative care, illness care, wellness education, over-the-counter medications, allergy injection management, laboratory services, prescription medications, rehabilitation treatment, and an insurance claim service.

University Medical Services

Brock Hall (Men)

Brock Hall is more than a building; it is a community of men who are lively, inviting, and full of tradition. There is a vibrant spirit and spirituality among the men of Brock. Brock Hall has a lounge on the second floor with a big-screen TV, which is often full on Saturday and Sunday afternoons and packed on Monday nights! Men of all ages enjoy Brock's unique culture, community, and the lifelong memories that are made.

Brock Hall is home to nearly 200 men. As a traditional hall-style dorm, students live on halls of approximately 20–25 students and share common bathrooms in the center of each floor. Each room holds two students.

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Brock Hall (Men)

Faith Hall (Women)

Faith Hall is a welcoming community for female students of all ages. As a smaller option, it provides residents with more opportunities to get to know each other. Faith also has an open courtyard in the center of the facility. The coed lounge with a fireplace provides a fun and cozy place to study or hang out with friends. Faith is composed of a tight-knit community of girls that enjoy many planned and impromptu activities.

Faith Hall is home to nearly 120 female students. As a traditional hall-style dorm, students live in units of approximately 20–25 students and share common bathrooms in the center of each floor. Each room houses two students.

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Faith Hall

Huffman House

Johnson Hall (Women)

Johnson Hall is home to female students of all ages. The variety of ages allows new students to gain understanding and experience from upperclassmen while bringing energy and excitement to the dorm! There are study lounges and TV lounges on each floor for relaxing or hanging out with friends. Johnson Hall shares a coed lounge, the Green Center, with St. Clair Hall. The Green Center has clusters of furniture for hanging out and playing games with friends, pool and Ping-Pong tables, a fireplace, and vending machines.

Johnson Hall is home to nearly 130 students. As a traditional hall-style dorm, students live on halls of approximately 20–25 students and share common bathrooms in the center of each floor. Each room houses two students.

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Johnson Hall (Women)

Lawlor Hall (Men)

Lawlor Hall is a popular choice for male students on campus. It is centrally located near the other residence halls and close to the Dixon Ministry Center. The unit-style living encourages camaraderie among the men that live there. As a Lawlor man, you will have opportunities to participate in Lawlor Palooza, the historic Lawlor-Hill football game, Lawlor (K)night, outdoor grill events, and much more. The coed lounge has a big-screen TV, kitchenette, and pool table.

Lawlor Hall is home to nearly 300 male students. Each unit consists of four double rooms and a small common lounge area. Two units are connected by a shared bathroom consisting of four showers, four sinks, and two toilets. Each unit has an outdoor entrance that opens up to the parking lot.

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Lawlor Hall (Men)

Maddox Hall (Women)

Maddox Hall is built around a completely enclosed courtyard that is used for dorm events and personal relaxation. The combination of new and returning students contributes to the unique family culture and excitement of this community. The coed lounge with kitchen and fireplace is a popular place for groups of students to meet and hang out in on weekends and weeknights. The study lounge also provides a quiet place to study. The Maddox-Printy powder-puff game each fall is a great way to get involved!

Maddox is home to approximately 230 female students of all ages. As a unit-style dorm, each unit of Maddox has four bedrooms with two girls per room, a double bathroom, and a common lounge area. Each unit has an outdoor entrance that opens up to the courtyard.

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Maddox Hall (Women)

McChesney Hall (Men)

McChesney Hall draws a lot of students for its spacious rooms and proximity to the athletic and student centers. It attracts students of all ages that desire to create lifelong friendships. There is much pride for McChesney Hall among its male residents. McChesney Hall shares a coed lounge, the Miter Center, with McKinney Hall. The Miter Center has Ping-Pong and pool tables, along with couches, tables, a fireplace, and vending machines to create an environment for groups of students to study in or just have fun.

McChesney Hall is home to nearly 130 students. As a traditional hall-style dorm, students live on halls of approximately 20–25 students and share common bathrooms in the center of each floor. Each room houses two students.

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McChesney Hall (Men)

McKinney Hall (Women)

McKinney Hall is a primarily upperclassman dorm in the center of our residence halls. The study lounge and TV lounge on the ends of the floors provide opportunities for fellowship without leaving the building. McKinney Hall shares a code lounge, the Miter Center, with McChesney Hall. The Miter Center has Ping-Pong and pool tables, couches, tables, a fireplace, and vending machines to create an environment for groups of students to study in or just have fun.

McKinney Hall is home to nearly 130 students.  As a traditional hall-style dorm, students live on halls of approximately 20–25 students and share common bathrooms in the center of each floor. Each room houses two students.

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McKinney Hall (Women)

Murphy Hall (Women)

Murphy Hall has a good representation of students of all ages. There is a study lounge on the first floor and the TV lounge in the center of the second floor. Located on the northwest side of campus, Murphy Hall is the closest dorm to the field house and the athletic fields. It is also very close to the Stevens Student Center. Murphy Hall also shares a code lounge, the Younger Center, with Rickard Hall. The Younger Center has a fireplace, pool table, foosball and Ping-Pong tables, food and beverage vending machines, tables, and couches and lounge chairs for studying or hanging out. The Younger Center also hosts shared events between Rickard and Murphy, such as Noktoberfest, an end-of-the-year Luau, talent shows, and other opportunities for residents of both dorms to get to know each other.

Murphy Hall is home to over 150 female students. As a traditional hall-style dorm, students live on halls of approximately 25 students and share two common bathrooms on each floor. Each room houses two students.

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Murphy Hall (Women)

Printy Hall (Women)

Printy Hall is a great place for freshman girls to live. The unit-style of the dorm promotes intentional community. Living in a unit together provides the potential to develop fast, close, and lasting relationships among students. The energy and excitement of new students at annual events such as Printy Wars or the powder-puff football game generate lasting memories. The coed lounge and kitchen are popular hangout spots. Printy also has a TV lounge on the first floor.

Printy Hall is a unit- or suite-style dorm home to nearly 300 female students. Each unit consists of four double rooms in each unit and a common lounge area. Two units share a bathroom consisting of four showers, four sinks, and two toilets. Each unit has an outdoor entrance that opens up to the parking lot.

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Printy Hall (Women)

Rickard Hall (Men)

Rickard Hall invites students of all ages. Many men choose to live in Rickard for a few years. The rooms are some of the largest on campus. It also has a study lounge on the first floor and the TV lounge in the center of the second floor. Located on the northwest side of campus, Rickard Hall is the closest dorm to the field house and the athletic fields. It is also very close to the Stevens Student Center. Favorite Rickard traditions include MANWEEK and the whiffle ball tournament. Rickard Hall shares a coed lounge, the Younger Center, with Murphy Hall. The Younger Center has a fireplace, pool table, foosball and Ping-Pong tables, food and beverage vending machines, tables, and couches and lounge chairs for studying or hanging out.  The Younger Center also hosts shared events between Rickard and Murphy such as Noktoberfest, an end-of-the-year Luau, talent shows, and other opportunities for residents of both dorms to get to know each other. 

Rickard Hall is home to over 150 male students. As a traditional hall-style dorm, students live on halls of approximately 25 students and share two common bathrooms on each floor. Each room houses two students.

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Rickard Hall (Men)

Shrubsole House (Men)

Shrubsole House is located at the west end of campus. It is home to 11 men sharing five double rooms and one single room. It is a fun, close-knit community. There is a full kitchen, living room with fireplace, a spacious yard, front patio, back deck with grill, and two bathrooms. The residents of this building tend to be upperclassmen. It has been known as “The Batt Cave” after the inaugural RA. There is also parking for all residents and the Stevens Student Center and Health Sciences Center are just a short walk away.

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St. Clair (Men)

St. Clair is a vibrant living community where there is never a dull moment. Its proximity to the sand volleyball court, tennis courts, and intramural and varsity athletic fields draws many students. It is a great community that encourages holistic growth in college men. There are TV lounges and study lounges at the ends of the halls. St. Clair shares a coed lounge, the Green Center, with Johnson Hall. The Green Center has clusters of furniture for hanging out, games, pool and Ping-Pong tables, as well as a fireplace and vending machines. 

St. Clair Hall is home to nearly 130 male students. As a traditional hall-style dorm, students live on halls of approximately 20–25 students and share common bathrooms in the center of each floor.  Each room houses two students.

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St. Clair (Men)

The Green Center

The Hill (Men)

The Hill is both the oldest and newest men’s residence hall on campus. It was originally built in 1976 as four buildings: Marshall, Carr, Rogers, and Palmer. A complete renovation was completed in 2011. Rogers, Marshall, and Carr make up the main, larger building of The Hill. Palmer Hall, an adjacent building, features rooms for 20 students. The Hill has a generous cross section of students from all classes.

The Lodge — the central part of the residence facilities — features open spaces, exposed beams, and amenities. This multistory coed lounge includes a kitchenette, pool table, TV, eating area, and fireplace. Additional places to hang out include the academic conference room, the private reading room, and a lounge in Rogers. Hillians enjoy the traditional Lawlor-Hill football game, Hill Spill, and the Dishonors Day Awards. When the weather allows, the outdoor patio with a grill is a great place to relax and enjoy community.

The Hill is home to over 200 male students. As a traditional hall-style dorm, students live on halls of approximately 20–25 students and share common bathrooms in the center of each floor.  Each room houses two students.

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The Hill (Men)

The Miter Center

The Younger Center

Townhouse 1

Graduate and upperclass students can apply in groups of six to live in University-owned, townhouse-style apartments. These three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments are furnished and include a washer/dryer and kitchen. In addition, wireless access and DirecTV service are provided.

Townhouse 1

West Hall (Men)

West Hall

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Willetts Hall (Women)

Willetts Hall has a cross section of all ages of students. It has three floors of rooms with study and TV lounges on the ends of the floors. There are two TV lounges that have a very homey feel that provide a relaxing environment. The girls in Willetts Hall enjoy attending many dorm events and spending time socializing within the halls. Groups of coed students enjoy hanging out in the kitchen and lounge located at the main entrance of the building.

As the largest women’s residence hall, Willetts Hall is home to nearly 350 female students. As a traditional hall-style dorm, students live on halls of approximately 20–25 students and share common bathrooms in the center of each floor. Each room houses two students.

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Willets Hall (Women)

Stevens Student Center

As the hub of student activity at Cedarville, the SSC houses food services, the bookstore, event rooms, classrooms, computer labs, the post office, a game room, the student radio station, theatre, and student government. The 150,000-square-foot building is also the home of admissions, financial aid, office of the registrar, and the student life division.

Dining options on campus include the dining hall’s all-you-can-eat meals or casual meals in The Hive, Cedarville’s snack shop. The President’s Dining Room, used for special occasions, offers formal dining in an elegant setting. Many students and guests also enjoy Rinnova, the campus coffee shop.

The bookstore endeavors to provide students with the materials necessary to enjoy a successful college experience, including dorm supplies, Cedarville apparel, books, and more.

The theatre complex includes an impressive 400-seat theatre with modern technology and staging, as well as a movement studio, makeup suite, scene design lab, scene shop, offices, and dressing rooms.

Stevens Student Center