The Pathfoot Building


Pathfoot is the first building you see, on your left on the hill, as you enter the University of Stirling Campus
by the main entrance. Click here for visitor information.

Constructed in 1967, it was the first to be completed on the new campus and is now a listed building. 
Read about its history here.

Alongside the offices and lecture theatres, Pathfoot is also a public art space,
displaying the University's permanent art collection alongside a series of temporary exhibitions
in its main concourse and corridors, the large Crush Hall and some of its seventeen courtyards.

Artist in Residence

From September 2016, Ally Wallace will be the Artist in Residence, working in the Pathfoot Building

Pathfoot Courtyard
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