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.


Browse the Campus Buildings and Landmarks Collections:

Aerial Photographs

Agriculture Building

Alumni Center


Art Building

Berry Residence Hall

Binnion Hall

Central Cafeteria

Charles J. Austin Engineering & Technology/Agricultural Sciences Building

Charles S. Garvin Lake

College Hall

College Hospital

College Museum

Creative Arts Village (CAVe)

David A. Talbot Hall of Languages

Dealey Hall

East Dormitory

Employee Services Building

Ferguson Social Sciences

First Dormitory

Ford W. Hall Lion

Frank Young Education North

G.I. Village

Halladay Student Services Building

Heating Plant and Machine Shop

Henderson Hall

Heritage House

Home Management House

Hubbell Hall

Industrial Education and Technology Building

Industrial Hall

Jerry D. Morris Recreation Center

Journalism Building

Kappa Delta Lion

Keith D. McFarland Science Building

Mayo Hall

Mayo Memorial Monument

McDowell Administration Building

Memorial Stadium

Music Building

North Dormitory

Old Main

Old Music Building

Original College Farm

Original Cooper Campus

Performing Arts Center

Phase III Residence Hall

Phase II Residence Hall

Plant Science Center

Prairie Crossing Residence Hall

President's Home

Pride Rock Residence Hall

Rachel Rollings Memorial Garden

Rayburn Student Center

Resting Lion

Sam Rayburn Memorial Student Center

Sam Rayburn Statue

Science and Industrial Arts Hall

Sigma Chi Village

Sikes Hall

Smith Residence Hall

Sororities and Women's Halls (F Halls)

South Apartments

South Dormitory

Sowers Education South

Student Union Building

Swimming Pool

T Bench

Texas A&M University Texarkana

The Arch

The Welcome Center

T Lounge

Turner Hall

University Field House

University Print Shop

Velma K. Waters Library

Victory Bell

Wathena Temple Fine Arts Building

Watson Cafeteria

West Dormitory

West Halls

Whitley Gymnasium

Whitley Residence Hall

William L. Mayo Statue

Zeppa Center