TWU Houston Center Building Campaign


TWU Plans State-of-the-Art Houston Center

Texas Woman's University is taking its leadership role in health care to the next level with construction of a state-of-the-art urban campus in the Texas Medical Center. The new campus will prepare the state's next generation of nurses, physical and occupational therapists, health care administrators and nutritionists to meet the evolving health needs of Texas.

"TWU has had a distinguished presence at the Texas Medical Center for more than 40 years," said TWU Chancellor and President Dr. Ann Stuart. "The new center will allow us to continue that tradition by giving students an exceptional facility in which to learn and become highly trained health care providers for the citizens of Texas."

TWU broke ground in February 2005 on a 10-story, 202,000 square-foot "campus in one building," which will open in 2006. The site is at the southern gateway to the Texas Medical Center and is bordered by South Main, Holcolmbe and Fannin streets.