Buildings & Facilities
In 1905, the Provincial Farm in Bible Hill merged with the School of Agriculture in Truro and the School of Horticulture in Wolfville and became an Agricultural College with a new main building serving as its headquarters. Today, many more buildings and facilities contribute to the learning experience and to research-centred growth at what is now Dalhousie's Agricultural Campus.
Dalhousie Agricultural Campus Farm
Both research and teaching take place using the state-of-the-art facilities and hands-on learning opportunities found in the campus farm complex.
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- Atlantic Poultry Research Centre
- Beef Barn
- Boulden Building
- Canadian Centre for Fur Animal Research
- Chute Nutrition Centre
- Machinery Shed
- Ruminant Animal Centre
- Rural Rearch Centre
- Sheep Barn
Our academic buildings feature classrooms, labs, workshops and other learning facilities.
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- Banting Building
- Collins Building
- Cox Institute
- Cumming Hall
- Haley Institute of Animal Science and Aquaculture
- Hancock Building
- Harlow Institute
- Humanities House
- MacRae Library
Our administrative buildings are home to offices, student services and the largest rural women's organization in Nova Scotia.
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Gardens & Recreation Facilities
From beautiful gardens to rip-roarin' athletics, these spaces serve a wide variety of functions. Learn more about our Gardens.
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Our residence buildings are home to over 460 students during the educational year.