University of Northwestern Ohio

Campus & Facilities

The University of Northwestern Ohio is a residential campus situated on more than 200 acres among quiet, safe, neighborhoods. UNOH relocated to this property in 1972 after outgrowing the facilities in downtown Lima.

100 Building

The 100 Building is the flagship building of the UNOH campus. Inside you will find the Admissions Office, New Student Services, Military Relations, classroom space and faculty offices. College of Business, College of Health Professions, and College of Occupational Professions students have general education classes in this building. Some Business and Occupational Professions students will have their core classes in this building as well.

200 Building

The 200 building is home base for many Student Services offered at UNOH. Students can meet with their Financial Aid counselor, make a payment at the Cashier's Office, visit the Registrar to discuss class schedules, or stop by Career Services to arrange an internship, mock interview, or look for job opportunities while enrolled and following graduation. Also located in the 200 building is "The Garage". The UNOH gymnasium where students, staff, and community members can catch the Racers facing off in the Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference, part of the NAIA, in men's & women's basketball, and women's volleyball.

300 Building

The 300 Building is home to the Automotive program in the College of Applied Technologies. Students have access to top-notch equipment and technology that gives them hands-on experience in their field starting on their first day of classes. UNOH instructors bring real life experience to the classroom and share the same passion for the automobile as the students do. Much of each student's training will be utilizing some of the 90 different training aid vehicles available. Also located here is a Mustang Dyno! Students receive a well-rounded education encompassing everything from tires, wheels, and ball joints to satellite navigation systems and exhaust gas analyzing, which is why approximately 98% of the Automotive graduates are employed in their desired field.

400 Building

The 400 building is home to the Diesel and Agricultural programs at UNOH. The University's Diesel program is up to date with EPA engine requirements. Students utilize computer engine programs and are taught with equipment and training aids from Cummins, Detroit, Caterpillar, DuraMax and many other manufacturers. In the Agricultural Equipment program, students will be trained in computer technology, electronically controlled hydraulics, and global positioning systems utilizing agricultural training aids from: Case-New Holland, John Deere, and Gleaner. UNOH also has a unique partnership with Crown Equipment Corporation. Through special courses, students will have the opportunity to be certified in the latest lift truck equipment technology.

500 Building

The 500 Building is home to HVAC/R students and students in the Automotive Technology Supervision Program. Students in the HVAC/R gain the necessary skills through hands-on education, which utilizes the latest technology in furnaces, air conditioners, and commercial refrigeration units. Most of the training in these courses will utilize training aids such as Novar digital controls and Simutech computer-generated simulation programs. Courses in the Automotive Supervision program will give students the skills to enter the workforce at a supervisory level. Classes cover topics such as customer relations, marketing, human resources management, and supervision in the automotive industry. UNOH Graduates will have the skills to enter the workforce at a management level. There are also a few College of Business and College of Occupational Professions classrooms located on the 2nd Floor of the 500 Building.

600 Building (Dr. Jeffrey A. Jarvis High Performance Motorsports Complex)

The 600 Building is known as the Dr. Jeffrey A. Jarvis High Performance Motorsports Complex. UNOH started the first high-performance degree program in the country, and our High Performance Motorsports Complex is the only one of its kind in the world. Inside students will find cutting-edge technology and equipment. The University's High Performance program gives enrollees extensive training in welding and fabrication, engine machining, custom engine building, steering and suspension, drive lines, accessories trends, fuels, electronics, and ignitions.  Also located in the 600-Dyno building is the Diesel Advanced Technology Education (DATE) program for students who wish to expand upon their education to specialize in MACK and Volvo trucks.

Outside, there is a test facility unlike any other featuring a drag strip style launch pad, an autocross course, and an off road course to test your Four Wheel Drive's metal! Simply put, there is no better High Performance Motorsports program in the country.

700 Building

The 700 Building is where Agricultural Equipment Technology students take some of their tractor classes. This building houses many of the training aids used throughout the Agricultural Equipment Technology program.

800 Building

The 800 Building is where the CDL, or Commercial Driver's License, classes take place. CDL classes are an optional program that students can add on to their coursework in the College of Applied Technologies. CDL classes provide students an advantage when seeking a job after graduation. Students will gain the skills needed to pass the state exam with our four big rigs and a specially designed course. Best of all, UNOH pays the fee when students sit for the Ohio Class A state license which can be transferred out of state.

1000 Building

The 1000 Building is the Administration Building on campus and is where the Housing Office, Mail Room, College of Applied Technologies Classrooms, and the Safety Services office are located. The UNOH Safety Services department is on staff 24-7 to make sure all students are learning in a safe and secure environment.

1100 Building (Hunter Engineering Training Facility)

The 1100 building is where Alternate Fuels students call home and is also an official training center for Hunter Engineering and is where all Suspension and Steering classes are held. Alternate Fuels is one of the fastest growing career fields in the automotive industry. With fuel prices soaring and the demand for fossil fuels increasing, consumers worldwide are steadily turning to hybrid and alternate fuel powered vehicles. The demand for technicians to service this growing number of vehicles is increasing. That translates into job security for the alternate fuels vehicle technician.

1500 Building

The 1500 Building is home to the Robotics and Automation program. Automated technology has found its way into more and more of the world's manufacturing facilities. While engineers design the robots and automation equipment, robotics and automation technicians are essential in providing expert service, increasing efficiency, and prolonging the life of the robots and machines. Students will train on top-of-the-line equipment; learning Programmable Logic Controllers, Fluid Power, "The Work Cell" and more. Graduates will be ready to enter the workforce customizing, installing and diagnosing the manufacturing equipment, while quickly solving troubleshooting problems to maintain production flow. From Automotive, Building and Farming, to Food Processing, Medical and even Homeland Security, Robotics and Automation technicians can work in a variety of fields.

13000 Building (UNOH Student Commons)

The 13000 building, known as the Student Commons, serves as a home base for many students on campus. Classes in the College of Health Professions and Occupational Professions take place here. The Student Commons houses the Dr. Cheryl A. Mueller Library complete with desktop computer stations, laptops, and quiet study rooms for individuals or groups. The atrium is a great place for students to hang out, relax, or study between classes. Also found in this building are the Student Success Center, Counseling Offices, Advising Resource Center, and the UNOH Food Court. Here students can create the perfect meal selecting from more than 6 different food stations. We also offer meal plans for interested students.

Barnes & Noble at UNOH

Barnes & Noble @ UNOH is the campus bookstore and features a Barnes & Noble Cafe serving Starbucks products. Here you can find students and staff can find a favorite book, rent or buy textbooks or e-books, grab a cup of coffee or a snack and study. The Bookstore also offers all required class materials and School Spirit Merchandise.

Athletic Fields

Collegiate Sports are an important part of life here at the University of Northwestern Ohio. The Athletic Fields located on the west end of the UNOH campus include Racer Field, home of the UNOH Baseball Team. Nearby are the tennis courts, soccer stadium, and softball fields. UNOH is a member of the Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference of the NAIA. The UNOH Racers have 14 sports on campus including Men's and Women's basketball, tennis, golf, soccer, and bowling. Women's volleyball, men's baseball, women's softball and co-ed motorsports. Following the Racers is a popular activity. Whether it's collegiate baseball or motorsports stock-car races, it's exciting to be a part of college sports!

S&S Volvo Motorsports Racing Complex

The S&S Volvo Motorsports Racing Complex serves as a home base for our Collegiate Motorsports Race Teams which include: Stock Car, Modified Car, and Drag Racing Teams. This facility boasts a NASCAR-like shop atmosphere with work bays, welders, equipment rooms, and showrooms. UNOH students build, drive, and crew the cars they race in and compete nationally at Waynesfield and Eldora Speedway in Ohio, I-55 Speedway in Missouri, Kentucky Speedway, Daytona International Speedway, and Volusia Speedway Park in Florida! Just a few miles from campus is Limaland Motorsports Park, a university-owned, quarter-mile, high-banked dirt track, where the UNOH Motorsports Teams compete at every Friday Night during the racing season.

Indoor Athletic Complex

The UNOH Indoor Athletic Complex, or IAC, is a huge facility open 7-days-a-week to all current UNOH students free of charge. The IAC is home to almost any type of workout equipment you could imagine. Students can use the main floor workout space or use one of the fitness rooms to take one of the nearly 60 on-demand classes. There are more than 40 Precor cardio machines and over 40 Precor strength machines complete with student locker rooms. Students can also try their hand at conquering the UNOH Rock Wall.

Racers Station & Student Activities

Racers Station is an activity and social space for UNOH students to enjoy in their free time. Racers Station is a student-only facility with pool tables, video game stations, small group and large group seating areas, a study corner, Wi-Fi access, outdoor movie screen, patio and outdoor dining space, fire pits and more!

Racers Station is the home base for Student Activities at UNOH. Events that are held here include pool tournaments, trivia night, karaoke night, comedy showcases, video game and board game tournaments, dances, and even larger events like Welcome Week gatherings. Racers Station is the place where students can grab a quick snack between or after classes with offerings like hot dogs, chips, candy, water, Gatorade, pop, quick-serve sandwiches and more. Emails will be sent out to students regarding any events or food specials going on each week.

UNOH Event Center

The 25,000 square foot all-purpose event center is located across the street from the main UNOH campus and is divided into four unique spaces with full-service catering available. Each dynamic space provides its own special amenities that can accommodate any event you have in mind. The public, multi-purpose, year-round facility is designed to host a variety of local, regional, and national events and activities. For more information about the Event Center, visit