We take pride in the experiences and opportunities offered through the world-class facilities on our campus and within our department.
The buildings, equipment and environment associated with our academic and athletic programs provide unparalleled opportunities to learn and compete at the highest levels.
Richard and Helen DeVos Fieldhouse
The DeVos Fieldhouse provides a premier NCAA Division III basketball and volleyball facility and is the home of championship athletics. Opened in the fall of 2005, the facility can hold approximately 3,400 fans and also houses the Department of Kinesiology and athletic training programs. Learn more.
The Dow Center is a health- and activity-oriented facility. Classes, sports teams and individuals take advantage of the building’s gymnasium, dance studios, two-story conditioning area, indoor track, racquetball courts, swimming pool and student Health Center. Learn more.
Ray and Sue Smith Stadium
Ray and Sue Smith Stadium is home to the Flying Dutchmen football team. The stadium can accommodate over 5,300 fans in bleacher seating and several hundred more on an end-zone hillside. It features a spacious press box, concession stands and public restrooms. Learn more.
Vande Poel-Heeringa Stadium Courts
The 12 courts of the Vande Poel-Heeringa Stadium Courts are home to the men’s and women’s tennis teams and are located close to the DeWitt Tennis Center, the college’s indoor tennis facility. The courts also provide an officials’ shelter and elevated seating for spectators. Learn more.
Wolters Softball Stadium
Wolters Softball Stadium, built in 2008, can hold 300 fans and has a patio area suitable for tailgating. The stadium project included the relocation of the field, a permanent outfield fence, the installation of permanent stands for fans, a new press box and dugouts. Learn more.