Living On-Campus

A Caring, Supportive Community

Tiffin University’s on-campus housing offers a variety of options within our many residence halls. Because TU is built around the real engagement that comes with real community, you’ll find a caring, supportive group of fellow students in the hall in which you choose to live. Community engagement leads to lasting, sincere relationships, and lifelong friendships!

Tiffin University Residence Halls

Clay St. Hall

Clay St. Hall:

Clay St. Hall is a three-story residence hall that houses 102 first year students. This residence hall provides a very large, open lobby area on each floor as well as single-stall restrooms to provide the utmost of privacy. Clay St. Hall is the newest of Tiffin University's residence halls and is the only residence hall equipped with air conditioning.

Craycraft Hall

Craycraft Hall:

Craycraft is a traditional long-hallway living environment centrally located on-campus. Craycraft houses only first year students, and the Craycraft residents traditionally form a strong bond. Craycraft can house up to 75 students.


Friedley Hall

Friedley Hall:

Friedley is nestled between Craycraft Hall and Franks Hall, and is the oldest residence hall on-campus. The “Friedley Family” is comprised of residents who develop strong bonds with one another. Friedley serves many functions, from acting as a Hall, to housing the Institutional Advancement Office, Disability Services Office, as well as the Equity, Access, and Opportunity Office. Friedley can house 52 students.


Huggins Hall

Huggins Hall:

Located behind the Main Classroom Building, Huggins is noted for its unique shape of a horseshoe. This Hall is divided into four different quadrants that can house up to 73 students. Huggins is also know for its large and spacious upper lobby that is ideal for programming.


Zahn Hall

Zahn Hall:

Zahn Hall was the second residence hall built on TU’s campus. Zahn houses 52 people and is recognized for its unique residential architecture. The residents of Zahn like the closeness and family atmosphere that the building design inspires. 


Kirk Hall

Kirk Hall:

Kirk can house up to 85 residents. Kirk’s lobbies that overlook the Cul-de-Sac and courtyard behind the Main classroom building provide great programming space for the building’s RAs to build community with the residents of the building. 


Miller Hall

Miller Hall:

Miller is a three-story brick residence hall located on Perry Street. Miller can house up to 36 students. Students who reside in Miller regularly become a tight-knit family who create long lasting friendships. Miller is designated for our second-year students and is equipped with air conditioning.


Tiffin University Houses:

Tiffin University owns and operates nearly 40 residential houses. These houses provide a smaller community for residents to be a part of. All TU houses are provided with air conditioning as well as furnished living rooms. Our Sophomore, Junior, Senior, and Graduate students have the option to live in the house which gives the opportunity for friends or teammates to request to live in a smaller housing environment for their time on-campus.


University Apartments:

Tiffin University offers apartment style living for our Junior/Senior/Graduate students. Adam and Benner street apartments are set up for two students to each unit and come equipped with air conditioning, kitchen, private bathroom one bedroom, and living area. The University supplies an extra-long twin bed, dresser, desk and chair for each student plus living room and dining room furniture.

Miami Street Apartments

Miami Street Apartments:

The Miami St. Apartments offer our Junior, Senior, and Graduate students the option for a much more independent living experience. These buildings offer a five room, suite style living option. Each suite is furnished with a full kitchen, living room space, two private bathrooms, and five single rooms. Each building can house up to 56 students.

Greek Housing

Greek Housing:

Currently, Tiffin University has six active Greek Organizations which include three sororities and three fraternity's on-campus. Greek residents have the opportunity to live with their brothers and sisters to continue to build the bond that is created in the organization.

Need more information? Have additional questions?

Contact the Housing Operations Office at or (800) 968-6446, ext 3392.