Community SpacesThe facilities of Brooks College are designed to promote academic excellence in a unique community at Baylor University. Designed by the architectural firm of Hanbury, Evans, Wright, Vlattas and Company, Brooks College draws its inspiration from residential college design at such universities as Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, and Yale. Its prominent features include a main portal for entry into the college, a central quadrangle, a Great Hall, a chapel, a library, and a junior common room, along with state-of-the-art suite-style housing. In Brooks College, you will not find any "multi-purpose spaces" but rooms and facilities which speak to the holistic nature of our community and our purpose for being here in this place together.
Below are photos of some of the residential colleges which served as the inspiration for the facilities of Brooks College.