- The new Intellectual Commons on the east campus, the center of academic life at TCU, is open to students for day, night and weekend study.
- Rees-Jones Hall features an innovation incubator, “smart” classrooms and interdisciplinary spaces.
- An addition to and renovation of the Annie Richardson Bass Building provides the Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences with professional settings that feature the same enhanced health care technology used in hospitals.
- The Mary Couts Burnett Library has been transformed into a technology and multimedia-rich environment that is connected to Rees-Jones Hall.
- Construction document design is the next step to be taken by the Neeley School of Business to create an ambitious new academic complex.
- The Worth Hills Multipurpose Building complements three new residence halls — Marion Hall, Pamela and Edward Clark Hall and Marlene Moss Hays Hall — and provides increased food service and study space.
- With the completion of upgrades to Colby Hall, every historical residence hall has been completely renovated in recent years.
- The university continues a multiyear effort to bring all classrooms, laboratories and other teaching spaces to state-of-the-art standards.
- Sixteen new buildings and major renovation projects have been certified as Gold or Silver by the U.S. Green Building Council Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program.
- The 278-acre, park-like campus is located in a residential neighborhood five miles from the heart of downtown Fort Worth.
Point of pride:
Rees-Jones Hall facilitates creative, intellectual ‘collisions’ to encourage student/faculty collaboration across multiple fields.