All Clemson University animal research and teaching facilities and programs are accredited by the Association of Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care, International (AAALAC).
The AARL supports life science research and teaching programs utilizing fish and other aquatic species. AARL is managed by the Department of Biological Sciences.
GSRC is managed by the Office of Animal Resources and provides centralized laboratory animal facilities, equipment, caging, and veterinary and technical support to facilitate diverse campus-wide animal research and teaching programs.
The Jordan Hall Reptile/Amphibian Vivarium supports life science research and teaching programs utilizing reptiles and amphibians and is managed by the Department of Biological Sciences.
There are numerous Clemson University farms, all with the mission to support agricultural research and teaching in an efficient and effective manner while maximizing available resources. Clemson University farms are managed by Research Farm Services.