From the establishment of East Texas Normal College with one building in Cooper, Texas in 1889 to the current campus of Texas A&M University-Commerce, nearly 100 different buildings have served as dormitories, educational spaces, recreation areas, and general administration locations. This gallery contains images of past and present buildings and notable landmarks that formed part of the East Texas/Texas A&M University-Commerce campus.

In addition, you can view the Campus Buildings and Landmarks Timeline. Browse the timeline to find information on how the buildings were used, their location on campus, and when each building was constructed or demolished.

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