The Owens Community College Toledo-area Campus (Interstate-75 at Exit 198) covers more than 280 acres and is located just five minutes from downtown Toledo.
Administration Hall (1983) houses the Records Office, the Office of Student Accounts and the copy/mail center. Also in Administrative Hall are the following administrative offices - president's office, academic services, business affairs, the Owens State Community College Foundation, human resources and public relations and marketing.
Alumni Hall (1975) houses Safety and Security, Procurement and Disability Services.
Audio/Visual Classroom Center (1996) features an auditorium-size room that can seat up to 1,000 people but also can be split into two, four or eight separate classrooms. The focus of each room is a 61-inch TV screen linked to a personal computer providing access to the College's computer network system, the Internet, software programs, international satellite broadcasts, distance learning and more. AVCC also has computer laboratories and eOwens classrooms.
Bicentennial Hall (1976) houses the nursing program, providing offices, laboratories, classrooms and conference rooms.
Center for Development and Training (1994) houses the Workforce and Community Services Division, which is dedicated to job training, retraining and workplace literacy programs for business and industry. The facility has offices, classrooms and laboratories for the instruction of credit and non-credit offerings. In addition, the facility houses the Owens Community College CAD/CAM Regional Training Center and the Northwest Ohio Adult Basic and Literacy Education Resource Center.
Center for Fine and Performing Arts (2003) is a two-story building dedicated to the instruction of liberal arts including the cultural, aural and visual aspects of teaching and exhibiting works of art, music, photography, drama and dance. The building features a 500-seat theatre, classrooms and laboratories, art studios, dance, piano, vocal and instrumental music, faculty offices and an exhibit area.
Child Care Center (1983) includes 14,000 square feet of indoor space for children from infancy to school age and an outside play area. Designed to provide child care services, this building also serves as a lab where students have an opportunity 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) has seen four major additions since its original building date and currently houses Fountain View Dining Hall, the Atrium student lounge, the Bookstore, Enrollment Services, Academic Enhancement & Counseling, Office of Financial Aid, the Arts and Sciences Division, Business and Public Service Technologies Division, Common Computer classrooms and laboratories, Writing Center, Learning Center, classrooms and more.
Facility Services (1983) houses maintenance, the motor pool, receiving and warehousing activities.
Fire Science and Law Enforcement Center (1994) contains specialized laboratories for the instruction of criminal justice principles, defense tactics, emergency medical procedures, evidence and fingerprinting, fire science, physical training and simulations. Locker rooms, classrooms, a photographic darkroom and offices complement the training center. The training area also includes a 24-lane firing range, 250' x 500' lighted asphalt defensive driving training pad, a 1.5 acre water recovery/rescue pond, a drill field, fitness course and a crime scenario house. The Toledo Police and Fire Academies are located in the Center. The Agribusiness Management and Landscape and Turfgrass Management programs also are located here.
Health Technologies Hall (1974) is a five-story building that was constructed with funds appropriated by the state legislature through the Ohio Board of Regents. The building has classrooms and laboratories for the Health Technologies programs and the Health Technologies Division office.
Industrial and Engineering Technologies Building (1988) provides state-of-the-art equipment to ensure the latest training in mechanical, electronics, biomedical equipment, environmental, network electronics, biomedical equipment, environmental, network electronics, architectural, digital media, quality assurance, computer-aided design and manufacturing. The HAAS Technical Center, featuring CNC machining equipment, is also located here.
Library (1996) was the first building at Owens Community College to be constructed with the use of private contributions that totaled more than $1.6 million. Donors to the building fund are commemorated on the inside entrance wall to the library. The library houses group study rooms, a classroom for group instruction, an audio/visual viewing room, electronic reference resources and an automated card catalog. As an OhioLINK member, students can request books and articles from any of Ohio's colleges and universities.
Math/Science Center (1997) is dedicated to the instruction of mathematics and the sciences. It contains science laboratories, cold storage facilities, classrooms and faculty offices.
Student Health & Activities Center (2000) known as the SHAC, features an open atmosphere food court, recreation and activities areas for personal fitness, aerobics, weightlifting, a student gym with a running track, volleyball, tennis and basketball courts and a performance gym with a stage. Support facilities include locker rooms, lounges, offices for student activities, coaching personnel, auxiliary services and building maintenance.
Transportation Technologies Center (1978) houses the Automotive and Diesel Technology programs. Specific programs housed in the building are the Ford ASSET, General Motors ASEP, John Deere, Caterpillar Construction and Lift Truck, Williams Detroit Diesel Allison and Freightliner Truck Technician programs. The first campus building to be constructed on the east side of Oregon Road, it is equipped with the latest teaching devices and equipment including a comprehensive auto body repair facility.