Fort Worth government and business leaders and Texas A&M University System officials are working together on plans to build a new downtown research campus to spur innovation and commercial entrepreneurism.
Texas A&M University School of Law is rising in the rankings faster than any law school in the country.
Dr. Kim McCuistion of Fort Worth was named the Associate Vice Chancellor and inaugural Director for the Texas A&M System’s downtown Fort Worth research and academic campus.
The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents gave initial approval to move forward with planning the first two buildings for an urban research campus in downtown Fort Worth—the Law and Education Building and the Research and Innovation Building.
The Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System voted to expand office lease space in Burnett Plaza, the temporary home of Texas A&M – Fort Worth, to make more room for the System’s growing footprint in Fort Worth.
Fort Worth city leaders approve a multi-step partnership plan that will provide the financing vehicle to make the $350 million downtown Texas A&M University campus a reality for Fort Worth.
The Texas A&M University System’s downtown research campus, officially named Texas A&M-Fort Worth, celebrates with government, civic and business leaders in Fort Worth as the anchor project for a technology and innovation district moves forward around the redevelopment of the city’s convention center.
The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents almost doubled the construction budget—from $85 million to $150 million—for the Law and Education building of the Texas A&M-Fort Worth urban campus.
Law and Education Complex groundbreaking. Watch the video
Phase One Completion
Anticipated Law and Education Building completion.