Located amid thousands of acres of thick forest and streams, the University of Cincinnati Center for Field Studies (UCCFS) and its 17.6 acre parcel of land is one of the university’s most advanced teaching and research facilities. The renovated farm roughly 20 miles northwest of our Uptown Campus blends high-level science with deep-woods know-how through a timeless connection to the great outdoors.
University of Cincinnati Center for Field Studies
Many University of Cincinnati classes are held at the field studies center, inside the classroom and labs and outside among thousands of acres of fields and streams, roughly 20 miles from our uptown campus.
Join us for one of the several events we host each year for families and students K-12, and explore the rivers, wetlands and prairies of our historic field station. Find out what makes us one of UC's most advanced teaching facilities.
Your gift to the UCCFS supports ongoing development and research into environmental issues that impact the vital watershed ecosystem of the Ohio River Valley, and the health and vitality of our community. Meet our generous donors, and find out how you can help support our work.