Facilities Available at the FSUCML
The FSUCML is well-equipped with research and classroom space as well as the laboratory and field equipment needed to support ecological and oceanographic research in the remarkably diverse array of habitats along the coast and far offshore of the lab. Research space includes laboratories, greenhouses, environmental chambers, a necropsy room, and a wide array of holding tanks, aquarium systems, experimental tanks, and mesocosm systems. Teaching space includes wet classrooms, a greenhouse classroom, a conference room (seats 12), and an auditorium (seats up to 100). Housing is available for short or long-term stays for up to 40 individuals. While this is primarily for visiting researchers, it also provides exceptional space for university-related retreats. Reservations and visitor access to the internet at the FSUCML are provided by contacting Durene Gilbert.
Download the Research Vessels and Facilities Brochure.
The FSUCML dorms (four cottages and a guest house) provide comfortable housing for visiting faculty, students, and agency professionals on the FSUCML campus for overnight, week-long, or longer-term (sabbatical-length) stays.
Class & Research Space
Classroom and research space (laboratories, holding facilities, and greenhouses) are available for all FSU users to further the research, education, and outreach missions of the FSUCML. Descriptions of the space appear below. To secure space, please fill out the reservation form.
The FSUCML offers shuttle services betwen the main campus and the lab at no cost to faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students working at the lab. Other employees can ride if seats are available.
Reservations made on a first basis for housing, class & research space, for boats, and for scuba equipment. Please click "reservations" above for a complete list of prices and appropriate reservation forms.