WULS-SGGW is also a campus named after Edward hr. Raczyński.
Here, in 2003, all faculties were finally located, creating one of the most modern university campuses in Europe, both in terms of architecture and research equipment.
The campus of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences is a small student town focusing on its area, following the example of modern Western universities, student life. Here, on the area of 70 hectares, there are 47 buildings, 300 lecture and training rooms – 24 halls, 650 laboratory rooms and 60 computer rooms. In the same area there are also student houses, a modern library with a reading room, student clubs, a swimming pool, a tennis hall, sports fields, a gym, canteens, ATMs and shops.
The campus of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences is located in Ursynów. Thanks to the proximity of the subway and numerous buses, it is very well connected with the center of Warsaw.
Due to the rich social and artistic life, the SGGW campus has its own Facebook page:
On campus, students pursue their passions within numerous student organizations
University Club of the Academic Sports Association
Choir of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences
or the Folk Art Group PROMNI
The building of the Faculty of Applied Informatics and Mathematics (B34) is located in the very center of the campus