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Baker Center on Ohio University's campus is home to many important offices such as the Multicultural Center, student senate offices and much more that all freshman should get to know.

Campus buildings to learn

Baker Center: 

Located at 1 Park Place, Baker Center is a student hub. Inside the five-floor building are important offices, eating options and study spaces. The Front Room Coffeehouse, West 82 and Latitude 39 are all eateries located within the building. Baker also houses the Bobcat Depot, which sells apparel, technology, school supplies and provides technical support for some student devices. 

Alden Library:

The seven-floor library, located at 30 Park Place, is just down the street from Baker on College Green.

There are three types of floors in Alden: silent study, quiet study and group study. Night owls love Alden; all the floors are open until at least midnight, and floors two and four are open until 2 a.m., providing ample time for late-night studying. 

Academic Achievement Center (AAC): 

The Academic Achievement Center, or AAC, is located on the second floor of Alden; the AAC provides students with free in-person and online tutoring, writing assistance, academic coaching, peer navigation and Supplemental Instruction. The AAC also coordinates support programs and services to assist with students’ needs.

These services are provided by fellow students who want to help their peers develop the skills and mindset needed to succeed in their coursework.

Hudson Health Center:

Located at 2 Church Street, the Hudson Health Center houses OhioHealth Campus Care, which provides comprehensive primary care and urgent care for students. 

Hudson also contains Counseling and Psychological Services, which provides students with therapy, group therapy, psychiatric consultations, eating disorder support, support spaces and more. 

Ping Recreation Center: 

All students looking to better their physical and mental health should head to 82 S. Green Drive, home to the Ping Recreation Center. 

Ping has three floors with one double-sided climbing wall, five basketball/volleyball courts, two multipurpose gymnasiums, an elevated four-lane indoor running track, six racquetball courts, free weight areas and two group fitness rooms.

Chubb Hall: 

Chubb Hall, located on College Green at 1 Ohio University, handles administrative matters at the university. 

The building houses many offices, including Undergraduate Admissions, Bursar, University Registrar, Student Financial Aid and Scholarships and University College.


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