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students having class outside at frog henge
TCU launched a 360 virtual tour showcasing our spirited campus. The South Lawn isn't just a space for walking from class to class – it's a gathering space for flag football practice with trees that provide shade and a spot to hang your hammock. It's an outdoor classroom and serves as a hunting field for thousands of pastel Easter eggs in April. Check out a few more highlights.
 
 
Frog Henge was funded by Provost Emeritus and Scotland native, Dr. Nowell Donovan, as a response by Texas Christian University to the "New Stone Age", and was meant to draw together students and faculty and serve as a circle of knowledge, occasionally serving as a classroom for some.
 
Students in the College of Education spend most of their time in the historic Bailey Building and Palko Hall, connected by a glass atrium. The Bailey Building once housed the Brite Divinity School, but now provides space for aspiring educators, counselors, advocates and leaders to learn.

Erma Lowe Hall, TCU's original gymnasium, underwent a total transformation in 2011 to provide a state-of-the-art facility to the School of Classical & Contemporary Dance. TCU was the nation’s first university to offer a Bachelor of Fine Arts in ballet.