The University of Florida has undergone a vast capital improvement program, through which the university’s facilities have been greatly improved. Except for the 2,000-acre campus with over 900 buildings, 170 of which are equipped with classrooms and laboratories, there are the Health Professions, Nursing and Pharmacy Building; the Cancer and Genetics Research Center; the new Biomedical Sciences Building; and William R. Hough Hall, which houses the Hough Graduate School of Business. Currently, the school’s facilities are valued to cost more than $1 million. Residence halls have a capacity of 7.500 students, offering opportunities to graduate students with families. Last but not least, the northeast corner of campus is listed as a Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places.