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About Southwestern

Campus Tour

Located on the edge of Texas Hill Country, in the historic city of Georgetown, Southwestern's 700-acre campus is known as one of Texas' most scenic and best-planned college facilities. We hope you will find time to visit us in person soon! In the meantime, please enjoy our photo galleries of campus locations.

    • Gallery Photo ThumbnailHugh Roy and Lillie Cullen Building
      The Hugh Roy And Lillie Cullen Building, one of the most recognizable buildings in Central Texas, dates back to September 8, 1898, when its first cornerstone was laid.
    • Gallery Photo ThumbnailMood-Bridwell Hall
      Mood-Bridwell Hall houses state-of-the-art, electronic classrooms, the Office of Intercultural Learning, Debby Ellis Writing Center, University Computing Center, and faculty offices for the English, History, Political Science, Education, Business and Economics, Mathematics and Computer Science, Sociology and Anthropology, Environmental Studies, and Classics Departments.
    • Gallery Photo ThumbnailFondren-Jones Science Hall
      The Fondren-Jones Science Hall is home to the natural sciences and contains the latest laboratory equipment and facilities for the departments of biology, chemistry, and physics.
    • Gallery Photo ThumbnailA. Frank Smith, Jr. Library Center
      The A. Frank Smith Library Center is home to our library collection, special collections, classrooms, and study areas.
    • Gallery Photo ThumbnailRed and Charline McCombs Campus Center
      The Red and Charline McCombs Campus Center - an $11.2 million facility - is Southwestern University’s “family room.”
    • Gallery Photo ThumbnailLois Perkins Chapel
      Located at the apex of Southwestern’s academic mall, Lois Perkins Chapel reflects the beauty and reverence expressed in Joe J. and Lois Craddock Perkins’ original concept of a magnificent church built of native limestone, standing three stories high.
    • Gallery Photo ThumbnailAlma Thomas Fine Arts Center
      The Alma Thomas Fine Arts Center houses The Sarofim School of Fine Arts, named for arts benefactor Fayez Sarofim of Houston.
    • Gallery Photo ThumbnailThe F.W. Olin Building
      The F.W. Olin Building a $6.8 million technologically-enhanced academic building, opened in the fall of 1996.
    • Gallery Photo ThumbnailCorbin J. Robertson Center
      95,000 square-feet of comprehensive recreational and athletic facilities, dedicated in 1996. Home to the Pirates
    • Gallery Photo ThumbnailJesse H. and Mary Gibbs Jones Complex
      The residence hall complex on the east side of campus, is collectively named in honor of Jesse H. and Mary Gibbs Jones, who established Houston Endowment Inc. Residences include Brown-Cody Hall, Ernest L. Kurth Residence Hall and J.E. & L.E
    • Gallery Photo ThumbnailWest Side Residences
      West side residence halls include Martin Ruter Hall for men, Moody-Shearn Hall, Herman Brown Hall for first-year men, The Grogan & Betty Lord Residential Center, Charline Hamblin McCombs Residential Center, and The Dorothy Manning Lord Residential Center.