Meeting Facilities Overview

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William E. and Jean
Jones Tucker
Technology Center

Opened in 2002, the Tucker Technology Center uses the newest and best technology to create an ideal environment for the study of engineering, computer science and mathematics. The center features six engineering labs; classrooms and seminar rooms; two general-use computer science labs; and senior design spaces. The building is also the home of the TCU Energy Institute. The building is named for Dr. William E. Tucker '56, who served as TCU's chancellor from 1979 to 1998, and his wife, Jean Jones Tucker '56, a Fort Worth community leader.

Room Capacity Design
135 12 Seminar
137 32 Lecture
138 47 Lecture - Fixed Chairs
139 90 Configurable (i.e. lecture, rounds, workshop, etc.)
244 44 Lecture
245 58 Lecture
246 40 Lecture
352 32 Lecture
353 28 Computer Lab

Tech Equipment Available:

  • Ceiling-mounted video data projector
  • VCR, DVD/CD player
  • Overhead projector
  • Powered projection screen
  • Sound system for AV equip.
  • Light control system w/ 4 preset scenes
  • TCU data network connection
  • Laptop connections

Parking Information:

Visitor parking


2840 West Bowie Street, Fort Worth, TX 76109