Town & Campus has a long history of supporting the University of Findlay
On December 12, 1960, Dr. O.J. Wilson, president of (then) Findlay College, organized a women's auxiliary to act as a communication channel with the public and to serve as a liaison between the college and the community. (The group also held tea parties and offered bridge lessons for females students.)
During the first year, the auxiliary changed its name to Town & Campus. In the second year, a sustaining membership drive was organized to raise money to provide student scholarships, and an emergency loan fund was created for students.
Current members continue the mission of Town & Campus by learning about the work and programs of the University, participating in campus activities, and raising money to award scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students.