Lindley Hall, a girls' dormitory housing 200 girls. Built in 1917. New wing completed in 1940. Named for first President of Ohio University, Jacob Lindley.
It was near this point in the Great Hock-Hocking River, theat early pioneers landed and located the site of Athens and Ohio University.
The University Library, named in honor of a recent dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, has a capacity of 250,000 volumes.