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Heidelberg University

United States
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About Heidelberg University

Mission
Heidelberg’s mission is to promote and nurture intellectual, personal and professional development, leading to a life of purpose with distinction. By maintaining and enhancing academic quality, building programs, perspectives and reputation in global education and Heidelberg serves as a model for other small, liberal arts colleges.

Vision Statement
Heidelberg will be a welcoming, student-centered university where in-class and out-of-class learning is seamless and continuous. Both the undergraduate and graduate curriculums will effectively integrate liberal arts and professional preparation across disciplines to prepare our students to be global citizens who communicate effectively, think critically and serve thoughtfully.

Campus information

Heidelberg University is located on 125 beautiful acres in northwest Ohio.

Accommodation

The residence life staff work together to provide a positive environment for all of our residence halls, apartments, and houses through a number of educational, occupational, and social programs.  Each residential community has its own governing committee which sponsored events like cook-outs, movie nights, and hall improvement projects.  All of our housing options at Heidelberg is designed to enhance the academic and social educational opportunities towards holistic student development.

Brown Hall

  • Freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors
  • Brown is a coed, three floor residence hall offering single and double rooms.  All rooms have air conditioning and independant heating.  The building contains laundry services and lounge areas on each floor.  The main floor and basement contains a game room, study lounge, and private study rooms with printer access. 

France Hall

  • Female freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors 
  • France is an historic female-only residence hall.  It contains single, double, and triple rooms, shared kitchens, basement laundry facilities, and two business halls for two Greek groups.  It is connected through an enclosed walkway to Brown Hall and the education deparment.  This building also has two private study rooms with printer access and shares many amenitites with Brown Hall.

King Hall

  • Freshmen and sophomores
  • King hall is located across the Rock Creek walking bridge near Hoernemann Athletic Stadium and Riesen Field. The building includes laundry services in each building, as well as a shared kitchen, game room, and printer access within the center lounge area.  Both buildings (East and West) are connected by an external lounge.  There is also a large outdoor space for students to enjoy.

Krieg Hall

  • Freshmen
  • Krieg Hall is the main freshmen residence hall on the southwest corner of campus.  This building has four floors with shared lounges on each floor.  This building has air conditioning, basement laundry facilities, study lounges and 24 hour printer access. Krieg is connected to Heidelberg's Media Communication Center which houses our radio and TV stations.  
  • Krieg hall also houses our Living Learning communities in partnership with the Owen Academic and Career Support Center. First-year students wishing to live in this community can select that option on their Housing Application form.  The Living Learning Community (LLC) is an organized on-campus living arrangement with students taking two common courses.  The LLC provides students with more opportunities for out-of-class interactions and supplementary learning opportunities with each other and the faculty teaching the common course.  

Miller Hall 

  • Sophomores, juniors, and seniors
  • Miller contains suite style rooms for four with a shared bathroom between each double room.  There are game rooms on first floor, printer access on second floor, and shared laundry facilities in the basement.  Three Greek organizations have their business halls located in this building.  Milller is connected to the dining hall via an enclosed hallway.

Talmage Hall

  • Freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors
  • Located in the heart of campus, Talmage Hall offers unique pod-style living spaces with students in bedrooms surrounding an open, two-story living/gathering space. The living space will include a balcony, loft seating, kitchen, soft seating, fire place, TV, and a study room.  Honors housing is located in this building.

Williard Hall

  • Juniors and seniors
  • Williard Hall is arranged in apartment-style with individual bedrooms, private bathroom, storage space, and shared living space.  A community lounge and laundry room is located in the basement of this building as well as a private study conference room on first floor.  Williard is connected to Miller Hall and to Hoernemann Dinning facilities.

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 1 Applied and Pure Sciences 1 Creative Arts & Design 2 Education and Teaching 2 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Law 1 MBA 1 Sports Science 1

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