At WSU you will find some of the best veterinary and medical health facilities in the country. Located at the heart of the WSU campus is an eight-building complex of medical and research facilities.
- Bustad Hall, named for dean emeritus Leo K. Bustad, is the central building in the college complex. It houses the college administration, student services, student lounge with a coffee cart and deli bar, lecture and lab facilities, and currently the Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (WADDL).
- The Veterinary Teaching Hospital opened in 1996 and is one of the best equipped teaching hospitals in the nation.
- The Animal Disease Biotechnology Facility (ADBF) houses the Department of Veterinary Microbiology and Pathology, Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, Field Disease Investigative Unit, and U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service - Animal Disease Research Unit.
- Wegner Hall is home to labs, lecture rooms, and the Animal Health Library.
- McCoy Hall, the original teaching hospital, houses student labs, offices, the veterinary anatomy museum, and the SCAVMA bookstore.
- Paul G. Allen Center for Global Animal Health is a 62,000-square-foot, three-story flagship research building that houses a state-of-the-art infectious disease research center for investigating emerging diseases throughout the world.
- The Biotechnology-Life Sciences Building houses the School for Molecular Biosciences, which offers programs in biochemistry, genetics and cell biology, and microbiology.
- The Veterinary Biomedical Research Building (VBRB) houses the Department of Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience (IPN), whose faculty teach anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and neuroscience courses within the professional veterinary education curriculum. The new building adjoins the Biotechnology–Life Sciences building, creating one of the best concentrations of biomedical laboratory facilities on the WSU campus.