Completed and dedicated in 1987, the Hanson Fieldhouse is the home to Waldorf physical education, athletic events, Waldorf Commencement and many other events. The Fieldhouse holds the main athletic office, offices of indoor sports, sports performance center, an athletic training room, wrestling room and the Denny Jerome Basketball Court.
Hanson Fieldhouse also serves the community through its connection to the Forest City YMCA.
Bolstorff Field - Was dedicated in September 1995 to A. David Bolstorff, longtime coach of the Warrior football team and campus chaplain. In 2011, Waldorf upgraded the facility as a part of the Shared Services agreement with the City of Forest City, Forest City Community Schools, the Hanson Foundation and Waldorf University. The playing surface was replaced with artificial turf and soccer markings were added. Since that time, Bolstorff Field has been the home site for the football team, and men's and women's soccer programs.
Beebe Track - The third and final phase of the Shared Services agreement included the installation of an eight-lane track around Bolstorff Field, areas for field events, a state-of-the-art scoreboard, as well as upgrades to the concessions facility. These track and field facilities were completed during the summer of 2014. Named Beebe Track, in honor of Ray and Joan Beebe, for their contributions to the university, local school district and community. The track was dedicated in April 2015.
Baseball/Softball Fields - As part of the Shared Services initiative that began in 2011, the baseball and softball fields at Forest City High School were upgraded to serve both the high school and Waldorf teams. Construction on the fields was completed in fall 2013. Al Buckley Field, home field of the Warrior softball team, features a resurfaced infield and an artificially-turfed outfield. New dugouts and fencing were also part of the upgrades. The baseball field's entire infield was artificially turfed. Traditional grass covers the outfield; fencing was replaced and higher outfield walls were created.