Rolland Adelsperger, head of the architecture department, designed the Animal Husbandry Pavilion in 1917. It was used for livestock demonstrations for more than 50 years. During World War I, A&M faculty offered its facilities to the U.S. military and the Pavilion was used as an aircraft hangar, according to the January 1994 Texas Aggie magazine.
It was renovated in 1988 as office space for registration, student financial aid and student activities offices. It is located on Spence Street, between Glasscock Building and the Central Parking Garage.