Weber Hall houses the Department of Animal Sciences and Industry. It contains more than 50,000 square feet of offices and laboratories for research and teaching. One of its most unique features is an arena for livestock events and classroom instruction with a crowd capacity of 3,000.
Weber Hall underwent a $7 million renovation and expansion in 1988. The building name honors Professor A.D. "Dad" Weber, who served K-State many years in different capacities, including dean of the College of Agriculture in 1952 and acting interim university president during President James A. McCain's temporary absence.