SMU Faculty Senate has created a committee to deal with parking concerns by staff, while many students are voicing concerns of their own about finding safe and more convenient spaces to park.
On-campus child care is crucial to parents, both nationally and on the SMU campus – and big things are coming for the university’s center. It’s moving from the little basement in Hawk Hall to an 80,000 square foot lot on sorority row next year. Construction is expected to be completed by Aug. 1.
In case you were wondering, the construction happening on sorority row that’s messing with your parking is for a new SMU daycare facility. Parking and construction officials met with SMU … Read More
SMU adds another chapter to its seemingly endless saga of campus construction projects. Another shock—this “improvement” will add to the already nightmarish parking situation for students and faculty.
On September 11, 2015, 14 years following the tragic attack on the World Trade Center, SMU remembers the lives of those lost
We have the inside scoop on which flavor of Blue Bell will be coming to store shelves soon, plus a look at parking changes for Friday’s first home football game of the season and a new major now be offered through the Simmons School of Education.
Students, faculty and staff can look forward to more fountains and fewer parking spots in the center of campus in the coming years. Jerome Meister, senior project manager in the … Read More
It is no secret that SMU has one of the best campuses in the country, and a large part of it has to do with the lack of vehicle congestion. … Read More
The Daily Update: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 from SMU-TV on Vimeo. SMU Parking and an upcoming SMU tennis facility.
The completion of the Residential Commons created one looming question in students’ minds: where are these 1,200 additional residents going to park? The university’s solution was the construction of the … Read More