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Historical timeline of various Tiffin University highlights and campus upgrades.
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on Sep 20, 2011
Last updated: 12/18/14 at 10:56 AM
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The Lobby of the Heminger Center, located on Miami Street in Tiffin, was dedicated in honor of Lenny and Lynn Clouse (Clouse Construction), their children, Brian, Nicole, and Lindsey, and their parents, Carl and Rosemary Clouse and Richard and Joan Perry.http://www.tiffin.edu/news/tu-heminger-center-lobby-dedication-in-honor-of-the-clouse-family/
Brand new wrestling facility opened.http://www.tiffin.edu/news/wrestlingfacility2012/
Heminger Center dedication ceremony.www.tiffin.edu/news/hemingerreccenter
194 Clay Dorm (Sophomore Dorm) completed and Gillmor Dining Hall expanded.http://www.tiffin.edu/news/newdorm/
Tiffin University campus totals 130 acres. Enrollment exceeds 3,600. Construction begins on Recreation Center.
Living Learning Community dedicated. Miami Street Development Project completed.httpwww.tiffin.edu/news/livinglearningopenhouse/
Rosenblatt scrapyard cleanup began to make room for the Heminger Center.
Tiffin University Nature Preserve dedicated.http://www.tiffin.edu/news/naturepreserve/
Paradiso Athletic Complex expanded and dedicated.
Hertzer Technology Center and Hayes Center for the Arts dedicated.
Paul Marion becomes fifth President.
Gillmor Student Center expanded.
Kirk Hall dedicated. Enrollment surpasses 1,500 (1,543).
Tiffin University joined the NCAA.
Huggins Hall dedicated.
Franks Hall dedicated.
Craycraft Hall constructed. Miller Residence Hall renovated. Legacy Courtyard completed.
Authorized to offer Master Degrees, First MBA awarded.
Enrollment surpasses1,000 (1,029).
Gillmor Student Center was constructed for the University’s centennial anniversary.
Zahn Hall constructed. Football was added as a varsity sport.
Friedley Hall constructed
George Kidd, Jr. is named the fourth president.
Tiffin University campus totals 3 acres.
Early fall of 1969, M&B Asphalt Company began work on the street just outside the main building. The project included new sidewalks, curbing, and off street parallel parking.
Alumni and Friends of TU gathered for the formal dedication of the University Student Union and Bookstore, located on the corner of Sandusky and Miami Streets. (now Seitz hall)
Pfeiffer Library constructed
TU purchases the Miami Street School and moves to Miami Street.
President F.J. Miller retires and Richard Pfeiffer becomes president.
For-profit Tiffin Business University becomes non-profit Tiffin University.
Tiffin Business University authorized to offer four-year bachelor degree.
F.J. Miller relocates to the Remmelle Building in downtown Tiffin and names it Tiffin Business University (T.B.U.).
Franklin (F.J.) Miller and Alfred Reichard purchased the Commercial College from Heidelberg.
Founded as an independent Commercial College at Heidelberg College.