Future Students

Student Life

UNOH provides students with exciting college experience with many social, recreational and club activities directed toward meeting the wide variety of student needs and interests.

The Student Activities Department encourages social, recreational, and moral development of students by providing programs and activities directed toward meeting the wide variety of student needs and interests.

The University of Northwestern Ohio realizes that student activities are an important part of the University experience. To provide the activities required by ever-expanding enrollments, the University has a gymnasium, a fitness center, and an Event Center that houses our very own night club known as Club UNOH.

The Gymnasium

The gymnasium is available for sporting events, intramural sports, entertainment groups, visiting lecturers and other special programs.


Club UNOH provides a relaxed atmosphere that students can enjoy anytime. They can do homework, shoot pool, watch TV or just hang out with friends. Club UNOH has free wireless internet and laptop computers for students to use while visiting the club.

Indoor Athletic Complex

The indoor athletic complex offers a variety of cardio equipment, weight lifting machines, and free weights.

These facilities provide excellent opportunities for activities that develop skills in leadership and responsibility, as well as activities that are necessary for success in today's business world. They provide the necessary cultural and social environments to prepare students for the productive future they desire.

All hours of operation are posted in their respective areas.

The University also offers a wide variety of special events throughout the year. Some of the more popular events include fall and winter bowling nights, student truck pulls, and involvement in various clubs. The University of Northwestern Ohio schedules a variety of dances throughout the year; the most popular is the annual Halloween dance and costume contest. The University also plans events and activities to help new students become better acquainted upon arrival to campus. In addition, the Multicultural Voices class coordinates International Day which presents customs, foods, displays and entertainment of various cultures.

The University encourages all students to become involved in organizations and activities. Student involvement is essential to the growth of any activities program and is also a great way to make lifelong friends.

Lima recreational needs are served by eleven city parks, boating and fishing in seven reservoirs, five public and two private golf courses, two state parks, two movie theaters and two bowling alleys.