3 pavilions devoted to education and research
Built in 1966, this pavilion is the Faculty of Agriculture and Food Sciences’ main building where the bulk of classes, research and student life take place.
- classrooms, fully equipped with multimedia tools
- meeting rooms
- information technology centre made up of several rooms complete with high performance computers
- many of the faculty laboratories
- most faculty offices as well as program, department and faculty directors
- student café (Toast Café)
- offices for student associations and extracurricular projects
Built in 1963 and renovated in 2002, the Student Services Pavilion, as the name suggests, features several units and services in connection with the FSAA.
Inside, you’ll find:
- the administrative headquarters of the Institute of Nutrition and Functional Foods (INAF).
- a nutrition and health clinic;
- mechanical workshops;
- laboratories dedicated to teaching and research;
- agricultural machinery and equipment;
- a pet shop.
In order to stimulate and facilitate studies on the quality and safety of horticultural products and the use of environmentally friendly technology, Faculty students and researchers can use the Envirotron Pavilion that is at their disposal.
- the Horticultural Research Centre;
- the entrance to the Roger-Van den Hende Botanical Garden;
- seven laboratories;
- growth chambers;
- refrigerated warehouses;
- an atrium;
- a documentation centre;
- offices for some 100 people.