Campus Tour: Galvin Hall
Galvin Hall is the most recognizable building on campus. When it was built in 1966, it was the only building, housing everything from classrooms and faculty offices to the library and administrative offices. Today, Galvin is home to numerous classrooms, lecture rooms, faculty offices and student areas. The Phillip A. Heath Center for Teaching and Learning and the Office of Technology Services on the third floor offer the latest in distance learning, electronic classrooms, technology-enhanced instruction, and student learning. The Writing Center, the language lab and tutors are available in the Phillip A. Heath Center for Teaching and Learning.
Galvin Hall takes its name from John E. Galvin, the philanthropist responsible for Ohio State Lima’s current site.
- Commons – basement
- Computer Classrooms - 305 & 439
- Computer Lab – Rooms 336 & 340
- Distance Learning Classrooms – Rooms 318 & 310K
- Faculty Offices-2nd and 4th Floors
- Faculty Services Office 2nd Floor – Room 222
- Faculty Services Office 4th Floor – Room 435
- Game Room – basement
- The Phillip A. Heath Center for Teaching and Learning – Room 310
- Lockers – basement
- Lost & Found – Room 066
- Maintenance Department – Room 049
- Office of Continuing Education – Room 107
- Office of Technology Services – Room 335
- Room Scheduling – Room 066
- Student Activities – Room 066
- Student Housing Information – Room 066
- Technology Help Desk – Room 335
The Commons provides a space for students to eat, relax and work in. The tables and booths make great places to snack, study and socialize. Vending machines, a microwave, and a copy machine are also available. The Commons opens on to an outside patio with picnic tables and a grilling area.
The Game Room is filled with sofas, tables and chairs just made for lounging. Students can enjoy cable TV, pool, foosball, card and board games. Campus-wide movies are also shown in the Game Room several times a quarter.