Year of the Faculty: Celebrating World Changers

George W. Bush

Campus Events

SMU studentsFamily Weekend
Come join the fun as SMU celebrates a decades-old tradition of family-centered events Oct. 24-26.
 Oct. 24: Engaged Learning Symposium
 Through Oct. 26: Hispanic Heritage Month
 Oct. 27: Jodi Picoult presents Leaving Time
 Oct. 28: Flu shots availability
 Oct. 29: Borderland Folk Medicine
 Oct. 31Big iDeas Pitch Contest
 Nov. 1: SMU Fall Festival
 Nov. 1: TEDxSMU
 Nov. 5: Insider's Look at Middle East Mayhem
 Nov. 13-16: Homecoming
More Events & Academic Calendars »

Current Exhibits

     Through November 8, 2014
 Missionary Presses
     Through Dec. 5, 2014
 Bridwell's Welcome Additions
     Through Dec. 12, 2014
 Defined By Light Photography Exhibit
     Through Dec. 19, 2014
 Goya: A Lifetime of Graphic Invention
     Through March 1, 2015

Health & Safety

Ebola Update from SMU: Oct. 23, 2014
For the latest information, click here.
It's On UsLive Responsibly
Important information about sexual misconduct and substance abuse, including a message from President Turner.

Hilltop Highlights

Dallas Hall at SMU

OE2C News
Answers to your questions about SMU's Operational Excellence for the 2nd Century.

Tim Seibles

Alumni News
SMU Alumnus Tim Seibles to receive prestigious poetry award for Fast Animal.


Flu Season
Flu season is upon us. Get your shots. Know the symptoms. Be prepared.

Megan McKennon for SMU Mustang Minute

Mustang Minute
Twirler and law student Megan McKennon takes a break from the scales of justice.  

From the Zaatari Refugee Camp in Jordan

SMU Adventures
Blogs by students and faculty about interesting people and places the world over.

Fred Wendorf

Anthropology at 50
SMU celebrates the Department of Anthropology’s Golden Jubilee.

Information Security Awareness

Guard Your Information
October is Information Security Awareness Month and SMU's tech gurus offer suggestions.