Status: Project Complete
Stephenson Hall houses the McDougall School of Petroleum Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Department. The building is a two-story, 38,600-square-foot facility located on the corner of Gary and 5th Places, east of the Allen Chapman Activity Center. Its gothic-inspired architecture beautifully reflect the TU campus aesthetic.
The lead gift for this transformational facility was made by Charles and Peggy Stephenson. The building features 16 large integrated classrooms and teaching/research laboratories, 34 faculty and graduate student offices, four student commons areas, a conference room and a student organizations office. This $16.1 million facility includes a $1.6 million endowment reserved for the building's permanent maintenance needs.
Stephenson Hall allows the petroleum and mechanical engineering programs to grow and develop by utilizing more space for research and teaching.
Construction began in 2011.