Ohio University - Campus


Ohio University's main campus is located in Athens, Ohio. New England and Early Americana Federalist architecture are prevalent throughout. Development of the campus began in 1812 with the erection of the university's remaining original central building called Manasseh Cutler Hall, which today is a designated and registered national landmark. The original neo-Federalist architecture is evident in the campus' oldest buildings located on the College Green, and reflected throughout the entire campus. Campus dormitories and newer structures are planned and designed to integrate elements of this classic post-colonial era style. The university has further adopted plans that incorporate Gothic architecture and stone into its campus infrastructure, without displacing these American classic or period structures.

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