Campus Buildings

As Texas State University has expanded, so has its campus. When the Southwest Texas State Normal School opened in 1903, university life revolved around its first and most famous building, Old Main. Dozens of buildings now dot the thriving campus, reflecting the university’s commitment to providing rigorous higher education opportunities for its students.

This selection of postcards highlights particular buildings that have contributed to campus life and scholarship, providing a history of their construction and evolution over time.