Wikert Event Center-  Established in 2006, and rededicated in 2016, the Wikert Event Center is home to Midland University basketball, volleyball cheer and dance competitions. With a full-sized hardwood gymnasium and retractable volleyball net, the seating capacity allows for just under two thousand fans. It is equipped with a fully functioning sound system, three executive suite viewing areas and a Daktronics Jumbo Screen.
Hopkins Arena-   Established in 1969 and renovated in 2006, Hopkins Arena is home to Midland University intramural tournaments and indoor varsity practices. It is equipped with four drop-down basketball hoops and a rubberized track. The arena also holds a full long jump pit, pole vault station and high jump area.
The Warrior Weight Room – Recently renovated, Midland's weight room is used by all sports for cardiovascular and strength enhancement. Midland's strength complex is stocked with five squat racks, seven benching areas, ellipticals, treadmills, footwork equipment and a full collegiate dumbbell set.

Hitting Facility- Home to indoor baseball and softball practices and open for individual improvement, the Midland hitting facility holds two full-sized hitting cages. It is equipped with an indoor pitching station, multiple pitching machines and six individual hitting zones.

Heedum Field – Renovated in the summer of 2014 thanks to a generous donation by Midland alum and former football player, Roger Heedum, Heedum Field is home to Warrior football, men's and women's soccer and women's lacrosse. The original site, formerly known as Memorial Field, was built in 1951. The renovations at Heedum Field included new field turf and a brand new track surface surrounding the field.
Sidner Ice Arena – The facility adjoined to the Fremont YMCA opened in April of 2004 and became home to men's and women's hockey in the Warriors inaugural season on the ice in 2014-15. The intimate setting provides a distinct home advantage for Midland's teams as the Warrior faithful pack the stands for each game.