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Year of the Faculty: Celebrating World Changers

George W. Bush

Campus Events

Graduation at SMUFall Commencement
The all-University Commencement ceremony will take place in Moody Coliseum on Dec. 20.
 Dec. 19: Guildhall hosts free-play sessions
 Jan. 16: Spring Semester Begins
 Jan. 19: MLK Day of Service
 March 9-15: Spring Break
More Events & Academic Calendars »

Current Exhibits

 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
 H.O. Robertson: Self-Taught Regionalist
     Through March 1, 2015 
 The Kate Warnick Awards Exhibition
     Through April 24, 2015

Health & Safety

It's On UsLive Responsibly
Important information about sexual misconduct and substance abuse, including a message from President Turner.
Red SMU LogoSMU Responds to Office for Civil Rights Letter
SMU and the Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Education have reached a voluntary resolution agreement.

Hilltop Highlights

Dallas Hall at SMU

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

SMU Residential Commons

12 Days of Commons
Twitter Tag gives a sampling of holiday spirit and community support in the SMU Residential Commons.

Therapy Dogs at SMU

Mustang Minute Videos
Therapy dogs visit SMU to help ease finals-time stress.  

Eighteen students from across the country drove to SMU-in-Taos in 2009 and entered the backcountry. For six days, they faced personal and physical challenges; experienced and overcame the out-of-control; laughed and maybe even cried; felt exultation, fear, humility, and gratitude.

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

SMU in the News

SMU in the News
Highlights of SMU making news in 2014.  

Oldest Christmas Card

Oldest Christmas Card
SMU is home to the oldest mass-produced Christmas card – dating back more than 160 years.  

Kelly Stoetzel

Alumni News
At TEDxSMU, Kelly Stoetzel ’91 talked about TEDYouth, designed for middle- and high-school students.