Dedicated in 1950, Hubbard Hall houses two immense banquet halls that accommodate up to 450 people each plus smaller ballrooms. The 18-foot ceilings in most rooms provide a stately impression to guests.
The Student Union houses meeting rooms, a small conference space, a United States Post Office, an automated teller machine, and food service in the Underground (all-you-can-eat style buffet), the Garden Room, the Baker's Dozen, and Chick-Fil-A. The TWU bookstore is also located in the Student Union.
Margo Jones Performance Hall
The Performance Hall accommodates 1,074 individuals in its theater-style tiered seating. The Margo Jones Performance Hall has been the site for events ranging from theatrical performances to convocations.
The Administrative Conference Tower (ACT)
ACT houses several conference floors with state-of-the-art technology services.
Multipurpose Classroom & Laboratory Building (MCL)
The MCL Building offers guests the MCL Auditorium as a meeting site. The MCL Auditorium accommodates conference groups up to 395 persons. The Auditorium provides a small stage equipped with a fixed podium and the latest technology for Internet access and computer presentations.
Pioneer Hall & The Kitty Magee Arena
Pioneer Hall is home to classrooms, laboratories, exercise equipment, racquetball courts, and the 1,800 spectator seat Kitty Magee Arena. This facility houses an Olympic-size indoor pool, two dance studios, a climbing wall, and additional classrooms.
General classrooms accommodating from 20 persons to 200 persons are located in various buildings on campus and are available for reservation pending academic schedule.
TWU is pleased to offer computer labs in several convenient campus locations.
Guests may be accommodated for extended camps/conferences in our high-rise Guinn and Stark residence halls located at the northeast corner of campus, beside the beautiful University Gardens. The front desk in residence halls is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All guest rooms are air-conditioned.