Jubilee Adams is easily recognizable by the centenary clock tower. The majority of academic staff are based in Jubilee Adams; the three floors being mainly divided into course areas so that staff can be quickly and easily located.
These two buildings are home to e-learning, lecturing, PhD and research staff and are located on the quadrangle behind the Main Building.
£1.9million in funding was awarded to Harper Adams University in 2005 to allow for the development of a Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning in recognition of the outstanding achievements in this area. The Centre was opened in 2006 by HRH The Princess Royal.
The Aspire Centre is now home to the Short Course and Conference Office, workforce development offices and Animals Business Development Office.
C-Block is located on the south side of the campus and is home to the IT department. The building is also home to the Doctor's Surgery which is manned daily by the Linden Hall surgery who are based in Newport. All students can register with the doctor and can book appointments either in Newport or on campus.
The Frontier Crops Centre, located at Ancellor Yard, houses our senior entomology staff and entomology collection. The close proximity to trial areas allows the Crops Department to continue developing the cutting edge research and education facilities at Harper Adams.
It also houses many postgraduate PhD and postdoctoral research staff who benefit from better access to farm resources.
The construction of the project has been supported by a generous donation from Frontier Agriculture.