CANYON – The Texas A&M University System Regents have announced plans for a $22.8 million veterinary building for West Texas A&M's (WTAMU) Agricultural Sciences Complex.
The building will be for veterinary education, research and workforce opportunities in the Panhandle as part of almost $90 million in new commitments to the state industry on the WTAMU campus.
The Veterinary Education, Research and Outreach Center (VERO) will be adjacent to WTAMU's new Agricultural Sciences Complex.
There will also be a new Texas A&M Medical Diagnostic Laboratory facility on the north side of the campus on Russell Long Blvd.
VERO will house classrooms where students can work side-by-side with veterinarians.
VERO is scheduled to be completed in 2020.
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