The Stan L. Albrecht Agricultural Sciences Building
The Agricultural Sciences Building is a 125,000-square-foot LEED-certified building. The north section has three stories of high-tech teaching and research labs for students and faculty, computer labs, classroom and auditorium spaces, student meeting rooms, and the Luke's Cafe on the Quad. The south section houses the faculty and administrative offices for several colleges and centers, including the College of Veterinary Medicine.
The Veterinary Science and Biology Building
The Veterinary Sciences and Biology Building has a recently renovated anatomy lab and dedicated lecture hall, microbiology laboratories used by the parasitology, toxicology, and virology programs, and an electron microscope facility. The facility also contains four fully-equipped microbiology laboratories (including BSL-3 facilities), a cell culture laboratory, a drug preparation laboratory, and a glassware sterilization/preparation room.
The Matthew Hillyard Animal, Teaching and Research Center
The Matthew Hillyard Animal, Teaching and Research Center, part of the Animal, Dairy, and Veterinary Sciences South Farm Complex, has facilities to house and work with equine, dairy, beef, sheep, and swine. The building includes a classroom, offices, and several animal physiology and reproduction labs. There is also a suite of veterinary medicine facilities, including lab, surgery, recovery, and animal holding areas. The building's north wing houses an additional classroom, USDA-inspected meat lab, refrigeration rooms, and office space.
The Utah Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory
The Utah Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory assists in diagnosing diseases of livestock, wildlife, and companion animals. The main laboratory in Logan and its satellite facility in Nephi are on the front lines of biosecurity in the state and intermountain region, diagnosing ailments such as West Nile virus, chronic wasting disease, hantavirus, and Exotic Newcastle disease that may spread among animals and sometimes into human populations. The laboratory works closely with veterinarians, regulatory agencies, public health agencies, laboratory animal caretakers, animal research units, and animal owners.