TLC Dedication Ceremony


Almost three years ago we gathered here to break ground on the Teaching and Learning Complex, now we welcome you to celebrate and explore the completion of this state-of-the-art facility! 

This four-story, 100,000 gross square foot complex, will serve thousands of students each period, helps our campus meet current demand for classroom space, accommodates future growth and provides faculty with the cutting-edge tools and technologies to respond to a variety of teaching styles and enhance educational research.


Tuesday, October 4, 2022
3:00 p.m.
TLC South Stairs


  • Jim Carroll
    Associate Vice Chancellor and University Architect, Design and Construction Management


  • Gary S. May
  • Ralph Hexter
    Former Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor and Distinguished Professor of Classics and Comparative Literature
  • Mary Croughan
    Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor
  • Kem Saichaie
    Director, Learning, Teaching and Assessment
    Office of Undergraduate Education
  • Matt Traxler
    Associate Vice Provost for Academic Planning
    Office of Undergraduate Education


Reception and Building Tours

Enjoy the refreshments and take a behind the scenes tour of the complex.

Hear experiences from faculty and TAs who teach here and stop at "Open Houses" in the Teaching and Learning Labs (rooms 1211 and 1213) where members of the Learning, Teaching and Assessment teams will share resources and provide an overview of space.

Tours depart just inside the south doors. 

Thank You to Our Partners

  • All the students, faculty and staff who contributed their interest and expertise
  • Design-Build Team, led by DPR Construction
  • Design-Build Architect, Smith Group
  • Program Architect, EHDD

Learn More

A Look Back: TLC Overview and Topping Off