About Findlay Town & Campus

Findlay 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 female students.) 

In 1961, the organization changed its name to Town & Campus and soon began raising money to support Findlay students with scholarships and emergency loans.

In 2019, its name was changed to Findlay Town & Campus.

Current members continue the mission of Findlay 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.