Campus Buildings

To reserve space in a classroom building, contact the Student Union and Conference Services Office or visit our Reservations and Information page. A full list of classrooms that are available for reservations can be found on EMS. For questions regarding classes that take place in these buildings, please contact the respective academic department.

Administration Conference Tower (ACT)

The ACT building houses many of TWY’s administrative offices, including the Office of the Chancellor, the Provost's Office, the Graduate School, and Research & Sponsored Programs, Admissions Office, the Registrar's office, Financial Aid and Cashier's office. The Texas First Ladies Historic Costume Collection can be accessed through the 2nd floor Monday – Friday.

Ann Stewart Science Complex (ASSC)

TWU continues to lead in science education with the completion of an 80,000-square-foot complex on the Denton campus. The Complex utilizes the latest instructional teaching technology to educate the state’s future scientists, teachers and healthcare providers. It also includes an automated greenhouse — seldom found in a university setting — supporting cutting-edge research into the role of plants in the prevention of cancer. In keeping with the university’s goal of reducing its carbon footprint, the building design includes many energy-saving features.

Arts and Sciences Building (ASB)

The building is home to the TWU College of Nursing, the largest nursing program in the state of Texas and contains a nursing lab, three seminar rooms, three computer labs, a research and reading room for graduate students and a student lounge with study space designed with commuter students in mind. The building’s courtyard provides a quiet place for relaxation or study.

Classroom and Faculty Office Building (CFO)

The CFO Building stands 13 stories tall and has classrooms on the first three floors. Services offered in this building include the Write Site Writing Center, which provides one-on-one assistance for students to discuss their ideas for papers, work on writing skills, plan writing strategies and computer assistance. The Disability Services for Students office is also located on the first floor, and many academic departments have offices in the building.

Multipurpose Classroom and Laboratory Building (MCL)

This nine-story building includes a 394-seat auditorium as well as office, classroom and clinic space. TWU’s Mega Computer Lab, located on the second floor of MCL, is one of the largest computer labs of its kind in North Texas. The lab’s 84 computer stations include the latest developments in desktop software and hardware.

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