The Red and Charline McCombs Student Center is the sun around which all of Southwestern galaxy revolves. It contains the mail center, the Commons, the Cove, the bookstore, the ballrooms, and a spacious lounge with couches and a fireplace. The building itself is beautiful and relatively new. The Robertson Center is also new and certainly big enough for SU's student body. It has a pool, indoor track, and several large basketball courts, to name just a few items off a long list of amenities. Although it might not be considered a "facility," the grassy mall in the center of campus is as much a part of the school as the buildings.
Southwestern's facilities, from gym to student center, are all very well kept. Even the sagging Fine Arts Building is currently getting some work done on her-SU already has a brand new rehearsal hall and black box theater, and will soon acquire a new auditorium. Some students hope that the constant renovations and improvements done on SU will bring in more equipment for the gym. The library is extensive, and the librarians will actually drive to UT to borrow specific books from their libraries if you request it of them. The Robertson Center is quite new, and certainly big enough for SU's student body. Southwestern is very well prepared to provide students with all the facilities they need. They have several projects lined up for renovations, and the Physical Plant staff is always working hard at keeping up the appearance of the school.