2000-09

2000


Agriculture Center Greenhouse constructed.

Blackwood LEMIT Center constructed.

2001

Jan. 26
Theta Chi Fraternity House groundbreaking.
Jun.
Austin College Building Sesquicentennial.
Aug. 21
James Gaertner begins tenure as president until 2010.

2002


Eta Omicron chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority founded.
Oct. 25
Alumni Garden dedicated.

2003


Holleman Field Storage Building completed.

Sam Houston Parking Garage constructed.

Continung Education Center constructed.
Jan.
Academic Building Four opened.
May 1
Raven Nest Golf Club opened.
Jul.
Bearkat Village completed.

2004

Feb. 9
South Paw Dining Hall constructed.
Apr. - Oct.
SHSU 125th Anniversary.
May
Counselor Education Center completed.
Aug.
Sam Houston Village opened.

2005


Baseball/Softball Practice Facility completed.

Bearkat Softball Field completed:

Sanders Baseball Stadium completed:

Raven Nest Golf Club buildings completed:
Sep.
Chemistry & Forensic Sciences Building completed
Oct. 8
Blatchley Bell Tower dedicated.

2006


Recreation Sports annex constructed.

Ragsdale Visitor and Alumni Center constructed.
Aug.
Raven Village opened.
Aug.
Randleman Strength and Fitness Center opened.

2007

Jun. 15
House Bill 1418 is signed by Governor Rick Perry, preventing the Board of Regents from changing the name of Sam Houston State University.
Nov. 8
Bearkat Plaza opened.

2008


McIver Golf Training Facility constructed.

Frances Handley Bowers Statue dedicated.
Sep. 11
Sam Houston Statue dedicated.

2009

Jan.
College of Humanities and Social Sciences Building opened.

About the site

The Buildings of Sam Houston State University website documents the physical changes of the SHSU campus in Huntsville from its inception in 1879 through tomorrow. The alumnus-run site details changes to the academic, residential, and historical buildings and other prominent landmarks.