Kleberg Animal & Food Sciences Center

The Kleberg Animal and Food Sciences Center is a five-story building that houses faculty and staff in the Departments of Animal Science, Nutrition and Food Science and Poultry Science. It is equipped with modern laboratories, office spaces, comfortable lecture facilities, classrooms, conference rooms, and student study areas. The building was dedicated in 1978 in honor of Robert Kleberg, Jr. of the King Ranch, creator of the Santa Gertrudis breed of cattle and master horse breeder.

Kleberg classroom facilities are equipped with the latest audio-visual equipment including desktop or laptop computer carts, LCD projectors, overhead projectors, 35 mm slide projectors, and video / DVD players. The Kleberg Center features two large lecture rooms that can accommodate 300 and 150 students, respectively. Each of the two lecture rooms feature cushioned, theatre-style seating and carpeted flooring. The first floor also includes four additional classrooms, suited for 60 to 98 students each. Additionally, the building has four conference rooms suited for seminar presentations, small group meetings, and other activities. The Animal Science Faculty Lounge is also located on the first floor and is available for seminar presentations and meetings with seating for up to 40 people.

The upper floors of the Center support a variety of laboratory research projects including meat science, sensory evaluation, dairy products, food and nutrition research, reproductive biology, breeding and genetics, and much more.

Animal Science students also have access to the department’s computer lab, which houses 20 Dell computers. This lab is open to Animal Science students daily (Monday-Friday) from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and provides access to a variety of computer programs.

The Kleberg Center serves a variety of audiences and supports all departmental teaching, Extension, and research programs. It is often used by local, state, national and international groups for conferences, meetings, seminars, and other educational activities.

General Information:

  • Building Acronym: KLCT
  • Location on TAMU overview campus map
  • Adjacent/Adjoining Buildings: Biochemistry/Biophysics, Heep Center (Soil & Crop Sciences & Entomology)
  • Visitor Parking: 30 minute parking available in horse-shoe area on the east side of the building.
  • Handicapped Access: Yes
  • Elevator/Loading Dock: Yes

Kleberg Animal and Food Sciences Center
474 Olsen Blvd.
College Station, Texas 77845