Facilities at FSUCML
The FSUCML is well-equipped to support ecological and oceanographic research in the remarkably diverse array of habitats along the coast and offshore of the lab. It also is a perfect site for extended stays for research, field-oriented courses, or institutional meeting, workshops, or departmental retreats. We can help you design the perfect field day for K-12 students or a week-long program for undergraduates.
Research space includes laboratories, greenhouses, and a wide variety of holding tanks, aquarium systems, and experimental tanks. Teaching space includes wet classrooms, a conference room (seats 10), and an auditorium (seats 70). Housing is available for short or long-term stays for up to 40 individuals.
Whatever your organization -- university department or office, state or federal agency – and whatever your goal – conducting research, teaching a course, or holding an annual retreat or workshop for strategic planning, budgeting, team building, or problem solving – the FSUCML offers a broad range of facilities for your use, including dormitories, an auditorium, conference room, classrooms, laboratories, and greenhouses.
To learn more about available space and rates or to make reservations, visit our webpage here. Consider including an "Edge of the Sea" walk with our resident naturalist to learn about coastal critters. We can also arrange to have your event catered. Just let us know.
Making requests as far in advance as possible is a good idea. If you want to visit the lab ahead of time, schedule a tour by calling (850) 697-4120 or email email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you!
Download the Research Vessels and Facilities Brochure.
FSUCML dorms provide comfortable & accessible housing for faculty, students, & agency professionals for overnight or longer-term stays.
Class & Research Space
Classroom (wet & dry) and research space (labs, holding facilities, & greenhouses) are available for all FSUCML users. Reservations required.
FSUCML offers shuttle services in a 15-passenger van between the FSU campus and the lab at no cost to FSU faculty or students working at the lab.