Texas A&M’s Innovative Learning Classroom Building celebrates first semester

The creative learning space has fully immersive technology for classroom and learning labs.

By Brandon V. Webb, Texas A&M University Office of Provost Communications

Along a stretch of Wellborn Road in College Station is the newest home for cutting-edge learning on the campus of Texas A&M University. Built in the area of campus once known for movies and Midnight Yell Practice at “The Grove,” the sophisticated new Innovative Learning Classroom Building is a 118,000-square-foot, three-story building that offers 2,200 new seats across 10 classrooms packed with the latest in learning technology. The building pays tribute through artwork to the memories built at The Grove while standing as a showcase example of Texas A&M’s commitment to student success, university officials said.

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Image by Sam Craft/Texas A&M Division of Marketing & Communications


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