The Goebel Building houses the Interior Design program, Apparel Design & Product Development and Apparel Merchandising's Textile Labs.
Mary Gibbs Jones FCS Building
The Mary Gibbs Jones Family and Consumer Sciences building, built in 1976, is the main home to the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences. Originally it was built to serve over 100 students. Today, more than 500 students are enrolled in the six programs located within the department.
Parker Design Center
The Parker Design & Technology Center provides the Apparel Design & Product Development and Apparel Merchandising students access to the latest state-of-the-art apparel software, equipment, and technology. Courtesy of the Parker family, Baylor University has the most extensive collection of apparel design, merchandising, and product development software and technology of any university in North America.
Piper Child Development Center
The Piper Center for Family Studies and Child Development (Piper) serves as a laboratory school at Baylor University in the School of Health and Human Sciences and is apart of the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, Division of Child and Family Studies. The Center's goal is to provide an exemplary learning environment for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, teacher preparation, child development observation and research. By continually striving for quality improvement in all aspects of their mission, this laboratory school exemplifies progressive design in education that can be utilized by professionals in various disciplines to meet the changing needs of our society.