Join the Celebration

The SMU community now has four ways to celebrate 100 years of achievement and the University’s bright future.

Join us at Centennial Hall on Saturday, September 10 from 2–5 p.m., before the Mustangs take on UTEP at 6 p.m. in Ford Stadium! Enjoy FREE Wild About Harry’s frozen custard and get your picture taken in front of fun SMU backgrounds. This pre-game event is sponsored by Allie Beth Allman & Associates.

Centennial Hall: SMU Visitor Center at Hughes-Trigg

Centennial Hall, located in the basement of Hughes-Trigg Student Center, is a new interactive exhibition that gives you a chance to stroll through the University’s storied past, immerse yourself in the opportunity and excitement of the present, and help us write SMU’s unbridled future.

The Centennial Hall exhibits include a historical timeline, videos, interactive features and tributes to the various communities associated with SMU, such as Dallas and the Park Cities. In addition to displays, the centennial exhibit includes electronic quizzes about SMU throughout the years and opportunities for visitors to add their reflections and hopes for SMU’s future.

Centennial Pavers: Make Your Mark

Make your mark on the SMU centennial with a special $100 gift. SMU will recognize those gifts by installing personalized pavers on SMU’s Centennial Promenade on Ownby Drive to be constructed for the 100th anniversary of SMU’s opening in 2015. Visit for more information and to order a paver.

Centennial Book: Unbridled Vision

SMU: Unbridled Vision includes more than 160 pages of dramatic photography showcasing the majestic beauty of the SMU campus, historical photos and facts about SMU’s colorful history. Advance copies of the book are available for purchase online at The book will be available in bookstores in October.

Mustang Merchandise: Wear Your Pony Pride

Limited edition, commemorative merchandise is available for adults and children. You can order online or visit the SMU Barnes & Noble on campus.

1 Comment » for Join the Celebration
  1. James V Lyles says:

    Happy Birthday.

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