Off-campus Research Centers
Reynolds Homestead Forest Resources Research Center - Created in 1969 from land donated by Nancy Susan Reynolds, the center is operated by the College of Natural Resources to study forest biology and to conduct research to gain a better understanding of the biological and physical relationships of forest ecosystems. The property also includes the Reynolds Homestead, birthplace of Richard J. Reynolds, founder of R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. The homestead and center, which serve the local area as a community center, are located in Critz.
Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center - Opened by the university in 1984 at Morven Park near Leesburg, this center is operated by the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. The center, built entirely with private funds, provides diagnostic and treatment services for more than 2,200 horses annually and serves as a training site for students of equine veterinary medicine and surgery.