For most of the academic year, the University's campus is gorgeous. Trees and flowers are planted each season, and the lawn is maintained daily. The University of the Ozarks campus is aesthetically pleasing to the students, faculty, and staff. The facilities strive to be state-of-the-art. The Jones Learning Center, the Seay Student Center, and Student Support Services provide excellent places for students to get help with homework, hang out with friends, and get an occasional snack/meal. Basketball, cross country, soccer, softball, and tennis facilities at or near campus are furbished nicely with great equipment, excellent floors and fields, and accessible practice areas for athletes.
None of the facilities on campus are brand-new, but they are not so old that they already need repairs. The University's recent renovations include construction on the Seay Student Center, with office additions and a workout center for students. Robson Library is fairly new, and students have access to thousands upon thousands of books, along with hundreds of free databases to assist with the many research papers students will write during their four years at U of O. While the University does not have a lot for students to do on campus, students seem to have fun no matter what.