A Walk Around Southwestern University
Views of our award-winning campus.
Each Spring, seniors climb a spiral staircase to the tower of the Cullen Building, adding their signatures to those left by generations of SU graduates.
Southwestern is one of only a few liberal arts colleges that support a separate school of fine arts.
Mood-Bridwell Hall is one of Southwestern's oldest structures. Over the years, its housed a men's residence hall, an infirmary, a museum, and even a cartoon superhero. Mood-Bridwell is now home to faculty offices, smart classrooms, and a well-used, covered atrium.
The Charles and Elizabeth Prothro Center for Lifelong Learning is home to many student services like the Registrar, Counseling and Health Services, Career Services, the Center for Academic Success, the Office of Intercultural Studies and the Office of Civic Engagement.
The Wilhelmina Cullen Admission Center, Southwestern's first “green” building, houses our admission counselors and financial assistance staff. (Photo credit: Shelley Dormont)
Residence options for students include Living-learning communities like the Civic Engagement/Green Hall.
Southwestern is the product of the union of four colleges, dating back to 1840 and the birth of Texas.
Abundant sunshine and good weather draw classes outside, even during the winter.
Pirate Bikes are Southwestern University's shared, ubiquitous transportation method.
The Seal of Southwestern University. Can you spot the typo?