The £7.4 million Llifon teaching block provides:
- contemporary classrooms
- IT rooms
- library & resource centre
- a large lecture theatre
- a well-stocked exotic animal facility
Animal Studies Centre
The Animal Centre includes the animal park and exotics facility. The Centre houses a wide variety of small animals, poultry, aquatic and reptile facilities, together with an aviary.
The purpose-built facilities allow students to gain experience working on a wide range of machinery. The college has recently invested in new welding bays, a virtual reality welder and has extended the workshop area.
Forest & Sawmill
Recently refurbished and extended, the sawmill gives students experience of commercial forestry within their course. The 300 hectares of farm and forestry land offers a practical insight into countryside management.
The Glynllifon farm, including the woodland, extends to 300 hectares, and is a great environment for studying countryside management and agricultural studies. Agriculture students will gain hands-on experience on Glynllifon’s working farm which has:
- A crossbred Autumn calving dairy herd
- A Spring calving Stabiliser and Welsh Black beef herd
- A lowland flock of 500 Llŷn ewes
- 50 Continental terminal sire flock
- A pig herd of 50 Welsh and Hybrid sows
Recent investments at the farm include the cattle roundhouse and a state-of-the-art pig unit.
For students from further afield Glynllifon’s hostel, situated on campus, offers comfortable accommodation during the week.
Hostel wardens provide evening and overnight support and supervision. Residents can make use of the TV room, pool tables, table tennis and gym equipment, as well as self-catering kitchens and lounge areas.
Regular evening activities include cooking sessions, fitness sessions and clay pigeon shooting.