Expanding and enhancing the campus experience is a primary goal of SMU’s Second Century Campaign. The University launched a new phase of construction in spring 2012 as part of a commitment to provide facilities that support students' academic achievement and personal growth well into the future. Your support is crucial as SMU continues to lay the groundwork for an extraordinary second century on the Hilltop. Learn more about individual projects by clicking on the links at right.
Fondren Library Center
SMU has unveiled a new initiative to modernize the Fondren Library Center, updating the facility in line with a new model of libraries as centers of interactive technology and vital campus gathering places. Learn more.
Bush Presidential Center
The George W. Bush Presidential Center, slated for completion April 2013, comprises the Library, Museum and Institute, will become an integral part of the educational experience and campus life of 11,000 undergraduate and graduate students and the University faculty. Learn more.
SMU has begun to plan a major renovation of the University's health center, which functions as the primary health care provider for many students. Learn more.
Renovations on Moody Coliseum include an expansion of the building's north façade that will include a new event space, offices, team locker rooms and meeting spaces, as well as renovation of the Coliseum's entry lobby, expanded concourses with raised ceilings, additional areas including the addition of premium suites, loge seating and infrastructure upgrades. Learn more.
Mustang Band Hall
To ensure a bright future for "the hub of SMU spirit," the Mustang Band, SMU has embarked upon a new $3 million funding initiative for the construction of a new Mustang Band Hall that will be located in Dedman Center for Lifetime Sports. Learn more.
The Residential Commons Complex, in the southeast quadrant of campus, will allow space for 1,250 students in five residential buildings, faculty apartments and offices, classrooms and seminar rooms, a dining facility shared by all residents of the commons, and common and program space that will facilitate easy connections among students and support a variety of activities. Learn more.
SMU Tennis Complex
The new SMU tennis complex will house an indoor pavilion with six courts and the outdoor Turpin Tennis Stadium with six courts, as well as a club area. Learn more.
Centennial Promenade, adjacent to the R. Gerald Turner Centennial Quadrangle and Hughes Trigg Student Center, will link the pedestrian pathways on the north end of campus to those on the south end.