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The main building of the Lepaa campus. The building is light cream-coloured and round. Green plantings in the foreground.
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Lepaa campus

At our campus in Lepaa, you can get a close-up feel of the horticultural world.

The campus has a long tradition of training horticultural professionals for over a hundred years, since 1910.

HAMK’s horticultural educations are the only ones of their kind in Finland, in addition to several courses offered by the Häme Vocational Institute on campus. Lepaa also hosts the Built Environment Research Group of the Bioeconomy Research Unit, which focuses on current development challenges at the interface of the social, vegetal and built environment.

In addition to being a learning and research environment, Lepaa is also an event centre. Every year, the campus hosts the Lepaa Exhibition, the most important horticultural and green event in Finland for professionals and enthusiasts.

The Lepaa winery, located on the campus, hosts an annual farm wine competition, which selects the farm wines of the year in various categories. There is also a nine-hole pay and play golf course at Lepaa, where the emphasis is on relaxed socializing and fun.

The Lepaa campus park was the first in Finland to receive the Green Flag Award for its maintenance, user-friendliness and visitor participation.

Campus facts

Around 400 students

Around 40 staff representatives


Addresses, directions and maps

Visiting address of the campus

Lepaantie 129, 14610 Lepaa

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The campus food services at Lepaa are provided by Ruokala Anna. The canteen serves breakfast and lunch on weekdays. Breakfast is served on Mondays from 8.00 to 8.30 and from Tuesday to Friday from 7.30 to 8.00. A tasty lunch is served from 11.00-13.00 Monday to Thursday and from 11.00-12.30 on Fridays.

For a changing menu and up-to-date information about the canteen, please visit the campus.

Free time

Health care

All enrolled university students pursuing a degree who are registered for attendance receive primary health care services through the FSHS.


In Lepaa, you will live in a beautiful campus area, in the immediate vicinity of the school.


Check out the library services in Lepaa!

Opportunities for sport

The campus has its own gym and fitness centre. For example, the gym has its own ball games reserved for students.

In addition to indoor sports facilities, Lepaa has excellent outdoor sports facilities. Next to the campus is the 9-hole Lepaa golf course and frisbee and football golf courses.

There are also jogging trails and swimming areas right on or near the campus.

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Mustialan kampuksen päärakennus. Punatiilinen kaksikerroksinen rakennus. Etualalla nurmikkoa ja kukkivia puita.


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Riihimäen korkeakoulun etuovi. Oven päällä suuri purjekangas. Monikerroksinen talo, osa seinistä ikkunoita.


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Valkeakosken kampuksen etuala, valkoinen iso rakennnus, edessä vihreitä istutuksia.


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