The Clyde M. York Veterinary Medicine Building on the agricultural campus houses the Departments of Comparative Medicine, Large Animal Clinical Sciences, Small Animal Clinical Sciences, and Pathobiology.
The Veterinary Medical Center and the Agriculture/Veterinary Medicine Library are also contained within this modern structure of 246,000 gross square feet. In 1992, the College developed a modern computer laboratory for student use. In addition to word processing and computer assisted diagnostic packages, innovative educational programs including interactive video discs, computerized testing and practice management software are available.
The College has research facilities on Cherokee Farm adjacent to the UT Medical Center at Knoxville. Satellite teaching/research facilities are located in Middle and West Tennessee.