The latest addition to the campus, the Heminger Center, features an indoor track and field complex and a 60x50 yard turf indoor practice facility.
One major portion of the building includes an indoor track and four multi-purpose courts that will be used for basketball, volleyball, and tennis. The other large portion has artificial turf and will be used for practices by the TU football, soccer, lacrosse, baseball, and softball teams, in addition to intramurals, club sports and other recreational activities. The middle section of the facility has coaches' offices, locker rooms, an athletic training room, two classrooms, and a food court.
The facility will also be featured throughout the year by a variety of athletic teams in various camps and clinics.
Frost Kalnow Stadium
Tiffin University enjoys playing its home football and lacrosse games at Frost-Kalnow Stadium, a newly renovated facility that seats 4,500 and is recognized as one of the premier football stadiums in Northwest Ohio.
The stadium is shared by Tiffin University, Columbian High School and Calvert High School, and was originally built by Franklin Roosevelt's WPA during the 1930s. Recently millions of dollars were spent in the renovation of the existing structure and the installation of state-of-the-art artificial turf.