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Valk Center
Office | Classroom

Built

1968

Sq. Ft.

47,962

Contact

Mike Steiner

About

Completed in 1970 and named for Donald N. Valk, long-time chair of the Department of Technology, the building became the home of the University's agriculture program in 1993. Facilities include faculty offices, lecture rooms, laboratories and an agriculture museum.

In the summer of 2008, the lower level of Valk was remodeled to serve as the new home the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences. Lower-level classrooms opened in fall 2008 and faculty offices were completed in 2009.

Floor Plans