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Alumni Park

Alumni Park

This central gathering spot is located on the site of Old Main, the first building erected on campus when the school moved from Brenham to Seguin in 1912. The park’s lawn provides a verdant contrast to the north wall, which contains the names and years of service of TLU’s presidents inscribed in Texas limestone.
The expansive Sagbiel plaza is the site of the Old Main cornerstone, the historic TLU Victory Bell, a fountain and hundreds of bricks inscribed with the names and class years of TLU alumni.

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Alumni Student Center

Alumni Student Center

The Alumni Student Center (ASC) is the hub of student activity on campus. It houses a game room, student lounges, meeting rooms and computer labs. In addition to Student Life & Learning offices such as the Dean’s office and Student Activities, the ASC includes the Meadows Center, Career Development and Counseling & Disability Services. The ASC is home to the TLU Bookstore, Lucky’s snack bar, the Post Office, Veteran’s Lounge and the Bubble, the center for information on campus.

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AT&T Science Facility

AT&T Science Facility

Opened in 2009, this three-level, 12,000 sq. ft. addition to TLU’s science facilities houses state-of-the-art labs and instructional space for biology, chemistry and physics.

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Baldus Hall

Baldus Hall

One of the south residence halls, Baldus Hall is freshmen level housing, co-ed by wing. It features 92 beds, suite style bathrooms and central air.

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Beck Center

Beck Center

The O.G. Beck College Center houses administrative offices, classrooms, computer labs, and meeting rooms. Admissions, financial aid and administrative offices such as the president’s office, academic affairs, development & alumni relations, church relations, marketing & communications, business office and human resources are found in the Beck Center.

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Blumberg Memorial Library

Blumberg Memorial Library

Blumberg Memorial Library, opened in 1970, houses more than 262,000 items of library materials and subscribes to 730 journal titles, and it is a member of the OCLC (Online Computer Library Center) system. The library is totally automated with the Endeavor Voyager System providing an online public access catalog (OPAC) system with internet connection and other integrated library systems. These systems can link students to databases covering every academic discipline.
The library’s CoLab (Collaboration Lab) has PCs loaded with specialized multimedia software (Adobe and Microsoft) and include mike/headphone set for recording voice-overs or listening to sound. Stand-alone PCs are connected to a color poster printer and to a color copier/scanner/printer. A 5-person Group Table/LCD Screen and two “brainstorming” erase boards are great for group projects.

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Bogisch Apartments

Bogisch Apartments

These furnished apartments are reserved for adult students, married students and students with children living with them. Each apartment contains two bedrooms, one bathroom, a living and dining area, and a full kitchen, which includes a dishwasher. Each apartment is furnished with one sofa, one large chair, a dining table and chairs, and a multi-use cube and/or coffee table. Additionally, each resident is provided with a desk, chair, twin-size bed with extra long mattress, chest of drawers and blinds.

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Brandes Hall

Brandes Hall

As one of the south apartment buildings on campus, Brandes Hall features furnished efficiency apartments designed for four people, with two bedrooms, one bathroom and a small kitchenette.

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Brandes Plaza

Brandes Plaza

Brandes Plaza is at the front entrance of the Schuech Fine Arts Center and a sculpture of “The Three Graces,” adorns the south wall.

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Bulldog Concessions & Restrooms

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Bulldog Stadium

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Centennial Hall

Centennial Hall

Centennial Hall opened in 2012 as a freshmen residence hall. Centennial is co-ed by wing and features classrooms and common areas such as a game room, laundry facilities and kitchen for a true living-learning experience. The academic wing of Centennial Hall, named the Bill Greehey Academic Center, features two large classrooms equipped with the latest technology as well as a technology/computer lab for students, two group study rooms and a seminar room all on the ground floor.

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Central Plant

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Chapel of the Abiding Presence

Chapel of the Abiding Presence

The Chapel of the Abiding Presence stands in the center of the TLU campus, a powerful symbol of the university’s spiritual heritage and church ties. Constructed of Austin Stone, the modified Gothic building provides seating for 400 and contains a tracker-action Schlicker organ. Chapel services are held Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 a.m. during the academic year and on Sunday evenings. In addition, various student religious organizations hold their activities and services in the chapel. All services are open to the public.

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Clifton Hall

Clifton Hall

Clifton Hall is one of the south residence halls on campus featuring suite style bathrooms, co-ed by wing for freshman students.
The Health Center is located in the Clifton Apartment. Staffed by a registered nurse, it is open Monday through Friday during the fall and spring semesters. Local physicians come to campus regularly to see students, at no charge. Also, students can be sent by the campus nurse to the doctor’s office. The health office’s phone number is 830-372-8068.

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Emma Frey Hall

Emma Frey Hall

Emma Frey Hall is an academic hall containing classrooms and offices for the mathematics and computer science faculty.

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Facility Services

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Fritz Homestead

Fritz Homestead

This historic building was once part of the Fritz Homestead in the late 1800s. The Fritzes donated 15 acres of their homestead to TLU in 1912 when it relocated from Brenham to Seguin. The Fritz House is a beautiful facility for the university and a true historical marker of TLU’s history in Seguin, as well as a representation of rural life in south Texas during the 19th century.

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George Kieffer Football Practice Field

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Glazener Apartments

Glazener Apartments

These furnished apartments are reserved for adult students, married students and students with children living with them. Each apartment contains two bedrooms, one bathroom, a living and dining area, and a full kitchen, which includes a dishwasher. Each apartment is furnished with one sofa, one large chair, a dining table and chairs, and a multi-use cube and/or coffee table. Additionally, each resident is provided with a desk, chair, twin-size bed with extra long mattress, chest of drawers and blinds.

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Golf Practice Area

Golf Practice Area

For use by the TLU golf teams, the pitch-and-putt course has an elevated green and pot bunker, plus a driving range. The golf teams have access to local courses Starcke Municipal Golf Course and Chaparral Golf Club (both in Seguin) and The Bandit at Long Creek (in nearby McQueeney) for daily on-course practice.

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Grossman Fitness Center

Grossman Fitness Center

Part of the Jones Physical Education Complex, the fitness center, opened in 1998, is well equipped with a full line of equipment for all major muscle groups and some minor groups. Equipment promoting cardiovascular wellness includes treadmills, elliptical cross trainer, stairsteppers and stationary bikes. Also, the center offers free-weight equipment, including a large area for free weights, an area for squat racks, bench presses, incline, decline and military press, three power clean platforms, one Smith machine, a free-weight leg press, a hack squat, and a flat bench area for various exercises.

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Gustafson Soccer Field

Gustafson Soccer Field

Home to the men’s and women’s soccer teams of Texas Lutheran, Gustafson Soccer Field is named for A.G. Gustafson, a former coach, professor and interim president at Texas Lutheran. The field is located on Fleming Drive, north of Jackson Auditorium.

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Hahn Hall

Hahn Hall

Hahn Hall is a former residence hall located near the Alumni Student Center and next to the full-size sand volleyball courts.

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Hein Dining Hall

Hein Dining Hall

Hein Dining Hall, constructed in 1992 and remodeled in 2003, houses four dining areas. The 350-seat Centennial Commons is for daily student dining. Additional dining rooms are the Timmerman Room, Suehs Room and Katie Conference Center. Food service is provided by Sodexo.

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Jackson Auditorium

Jackson Auditorium

The 1,100-seat Jackson Auditorium is the venue for numerous cultural events, lectures and meetings each year. In addition to TLU-sponsored programs, it is used by a variety of community and church organizations.

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Jackson Park

Jackson Park

Jackson Park is used for picnics and parties and has a recreation area for students and student organizations. It contains tables, benches and facilities for outdoor cooking and has an open-air pavilion and parking.

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Joe K. Menn Plaza

Joe K. Menn Plaza

The Joe K. Menn Plaza is located in front of the main entrance to Blumberg Memorial Library. The plaza provides a shaded seating and lounging area for students to gather, study and relax outdoors.

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Jones Physical Education Complex

Jones Physical Education Complex

Home to Memorial Gymnasium and Tostengard Activity Center, Jones Physical Education Complex contains facilities for intercollegiate basketball and volleyball games, offices for faculty and coaches, locker rooms, racquetball courts, and an eight-lane collegiate-size swimming pool.

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Katt-Isbel Baseball Field

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Kieffer Kinesiology Lab

Kieffer Kinesiology Lab

Kieffer Kinesiology Laboratory Building is one of a few stand-alone facilities built exclusively for motion analysis in the United States. The 2,200 square-foot research and learning lab is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment to collect and analyze two- and three-dimensional human motion.

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Knutson Hall

Knutson Hall

Knutson is a north residence hall for upper-level classmen. This traditional residence hall is co-ed by wing with a community bath setup.

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Kramer Hall

Kramer Hall

As one of the south apartment buildings on campus, Kramer Hall features furnished efficiency apartments designed for four people, with two bedrooms, one bathroom and a small kitchenette.

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Kraushaar Hall

Kraushaar Hall

A former residence hall, Krashaar is one of the north halls located near the Student Alumni Center and home to the TLU Police Deparment. Certified peace officers provide 24-hour coverage, seven days a week. To reach university police dial “0” on a campus phone and the switchboard operator will connect you to the university police officer on duty. To reach off-campus emergency services, dial 911 from any campus phone or any pay telephone.

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Krost Center

Krost Center

Krost Center houses laboratories for physiology and fitness and evaluation; classrooms, faculty offices; student study areas; and the Krost Life Enrichment Program art collection. A courtyard connects the Krost Center to the Moody Science Hall.

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Krost Fitness Trail

Krost Fitness Trail

The Krost Fitness Trail, built in the early 1990s and renovated during the construction of the stadium, circles Bulldog stadium, the football practice field and tennis courts. It is open to the public. The Seguin community and the TLU campus community enjoy jogging and walking on the trail with their friends and families.

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Kruse Stadium/Morck Softball Field

Kruse Stadium/Morck Softball Field

Named after Ed Kruse, Blue Bell Creameries CEO and TLU regent and benefactor, Kruse Stadium opened in 2014. Morck Field is named in honor of former TLU employee and donor Theos Morck. Morck served TLU for 37 years until his retirement as vice president of financial affairs in 1975.

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Lange Hall

Lange Hall

As one of the south apartment buildings on campus, Lange Hall features furnished efficiency apartments designed for four people, with two bedrooms, one bathroom and a small kitchenette.

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Langner Hall

Langner Hall

Langner Hall, named for Rev. Gottlieb Langner “TLU’s first president” is the home of the humanities and social sciences departments. It also contains the Fiedler Memorial Museum & Rock Garden, which contain regional natural history artifacts. Langner is also home to the Mexican-American Studies Center.

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Library Lawn Stage

Library Lawn Stage

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Linne Hall

Linne Hall

Linne Hall is part of the north full apartments on campus, which accommodate up to four students. The two bedroom, 1 bathroom and full kitchen offer a true apartment living experience.

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Lutheran Ministry Center

The Southwestern Texas Synod is part of Region 4 of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and is comprised of 145 congregations, missions and authorized worshiping communities.

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Mabee Aquatic Center

Mabee Aquatic Center

The Mabee Aquatic Center is an outdoor heated pool open to students, faculty, staff and the Seguin community.

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Martin Luther Sculpture

Martin Luther Sculpture

Standing in front of the O.G. Beck Center, the abstract statue of Martin Luther—the great reformer of the 16th century, after whom the Lutheran Church is named. The statue is made of Cor-Ten steel and meant to have a rusted look.

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Moline Center for Servant Leadership

Moline Center for Servant Leadership

The Jon and Sandra Moline Center for Servant Leadership (CSL) facilitates opportunities for students to grow as global citizens and civic leaders through community service and civic engagement.

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Moody Science Hall

Moody Science Hall

Moody Science Hall houses classrooms, laboratories and faculty offices for biology, chemistry and physics, and the psychology department’s experimental laboratory.

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Nursing

Nursing

TLU’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) provides students with clinical and classroom hours and topics to sit for the state registered nurse licensing examination.

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President’s Residence

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Renger Hall

Renger Hall

Renger Hall is part of the north full apartments on campus, which accommodate up to four students. The two bedroom, 1 bathroom and full kitchen offer a true apartment living experience.

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Rinn Field House

The 14,000 square foot Marvin Rinn Field House was completed in August 1998. It houses the locker rooms, a video and meeting center, laundry facilities, coaches’ offices and a state-of-the-art sports medicine facility. The sports medicine area comes complete with the room and the resources to support the entire Texas Lutheran athletics program and provide hands-on experience for the Athletic Training program.

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Sandlot Volleyball Courts

Sandlot Volleyball Courts

Three sand volleyball courts are located north of the north halls and across University Street from the tennis courts. The courts are used for campus recreation and intramural sports.

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Schuech Fine Arts Center

Schuech Fine Arts Center

Schuech Fine Arts Center houses faculty offices and studios for music and art. The center includes Wupperman Little Theatre, Ayers Recital Hall, Goedecke Music Studios, Hoblitzelle Communication Arts Wing, Adix Music Practice Wing, Annetta Kraushaar Gallery, Cornelius Visual Arts Wing and Appelt Band Hall. The Brandes Plaza is at the front entrance and a sculpture of “The Three Graces,” adorns the south wall.

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Seguin Hall

Seguin Hall

Seguin Hall, a residence hall opened in 1999, combines both the community bath and the suite style bedrooms into one building. It houses 174 co-ed students in 33 suites of rooms. Students can choose between two-person, three-person and four-person rooms, which are grouped around lounge areas.

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Steger Hall

Steger Hall

As one of the south apartment buildings on campus, Steger Hall features furnished efficiency apartments designed for four people, with two bedrooms, one bathroom and a small kitchenette.

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Streng Chapel Plaza

Streng Chapel Plaza

This area is named after former faculty members and Piper Professors Adolph and Evelyn Streng.

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Strunk Hall

Strunk Hall

Strunk Hall is part of the north full apartments on campus, which accommodate up to four students. The two bedroom, 1 bathroom and full kitchen offer a true apartment living experience.

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Student Activity Center at Jackson Park

Student Activity Center at Jackson Park

Also known as the “Party Barn,” the Student Activity Center at Jackson Park is a recreation area for students and student organizations.

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Tennis Courts

Tennis Courts

The tennis complex was expanded in the mid-1990s to its current nine-court setup. The complex has a seating capacity of 50 for feature matches. It is located on University Drive, across Fritz Street from the Grossman Fitness Center.

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Three Graces Sculpture

Three Graces Sculpture

The Three Graces Sculpture adorns the south wall of Brandes Plaza at the front entrance of the Schuech Fine Arts Center.

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Trinity Hall

Trinity Hall

One of the south residence halls, Trinity Hall is co-ed by wing, with two wings are set aside for students in the Honors Program. It features 58 beds and suite style and private bathrooms.

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Tschoepe Hall

Tschoepe Hall

Tschoepe Hall constructed in 2005, includes 11 classrooms, three educational resource laboratories, faculty offices and a conference center. The 30,000 square foot, two-story brick structure is completely equipped with high-speed computer network access, video and audio equipment, and other state-of-the-art instructional technology.

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Water of Life Fountain

Water of Life Fountain

Built in 2010, the fountain is a gift from the class of 1959.

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Weeber Plaza

Weeber Plaza