The College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences owns, operates, and leases nearly 875 facilities across the state of Ohio. The college has a significant presence on the Columbus campus and surrounding community, in the Wooster community, at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center near London, Ohio, and in each county in Ohio.
Physical facilities play a vital role in allowing the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences to carry out its teaching, research, and outreach missions throughout Ohio. Our nearly 11,000 acres of land are used as laboratory space for student learning, research for faculty and students, and/or educational programs for communities.
We continually work to improve and strengthen our existing infrastructure and facilities. Following are some of the current capital improvement projects at various stages that will provide for improved teaching, learning and outreach space:
- Waterman Controlled Environment Food Production Research (Columbus)
- Science Building (Wooster) – Click here to watch our progress.
- Waterman Kunz-Brundige Franklin County Extension Building (Columbus)
- Waterman Multispecies Animal Learning Center (Design Only) (Columbus)
- Farm Operations Building and Beef Facility (Wooster)
- Williams Hall HVAC (Wooster)
- Stone Lab Research Lab Improvements and Equipment (Stone Lab)
- Secrest Welcome Center (Wooster)
- 2017 Tornado Recovery (Wooster)
- Parking Replacement/Improvements (Wooster)
- Waterman Chemical Storage and Handling Facility (Columbus)
- Agricultural Administration Restroom Improvements (Columbus)
- Agricultural Administration Auditorium (Columbus)
- Selby Hall Cabling (Wooster)
- Graduate Housing (Wooster)
- Campus Identification (Wooster)
- Pounden Hall Research Lab (Wooster)