The C building, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences is the center for Aquaculture Study Program activities. The facilities in this building include Lecturer Room, Classroom, Mushola, Bathroom, Seminar Room, Meeting Room, and Laboratory. In addition, there are also several facilities outside of C Building such as a Hatchery, Histochemistry Laboratory, and Library. All areas are equipped with good internet connectivity.
Comfortable lecture rooms which can accommodate 30 – 50 students equipped with projectors, air conditioning, and an internet connection.
Dry laboratories are often used as centers for student practicum and research activities. This room is a multifunctional activity related to testing or observation, including Microbiological Testing, Fish Surgery Room, Histology Observation Room, and Titration Room.
The infection laboratory sub-room is one of the places used to carry out various activities related to fish diseases and health. Fish quarantine activities, parasitic, viral, and bacterial infectious testing activities, treatment test activities for infected fish.
LABORATORY MICROSCOPIC ROOM
This space is often used for microscopic observations and as a place to document observations. Practitioners and researchers often make observations such as phytoplankton, zooplankton, fish blood cells, fish parasites, and fish histology.
A wet laboratory is also a place for various kinds of practical and research activities. It includes facilities such as fish culture tanks, aquariums, artificial feed technology tools. Often used for the development of research related to fish growth and the manufacture of artificial feed.
Outdoor laboratories are closely related to wet laboratories, so the use of facilities in this place is not much different; it’s just that there are additional facilities such as a place for natural food culture, and there is also a seawater reservoir.