Nothing compares to the on-campus student experience, and your gift to our Capital Projects campaign will allow future students to embrace this vital opportunity. Students who live on campus are statistically more likely to take part in student leadership and ministry opportunities, and contribute the campus culture that we celebrate at TWU. We are thrilled to now have well over 1,000 residence beds to meet our demand for housing at TWU, but as we continue to exceed enrolment targets, our community spaces must grow in response. We’re inviting you to invest in the next generation of leaders by contributing to the transformation of and on-going improvements to critical community spaces that foster rewarding student life.
Skidmore Hall was completed in 2017 and was the first addition to our residence options in 25 years. Through the generous donations of our donors Skidmore Hall has allowed more students to experience the TWU campus community. This new 132-bed dorm boasts large lounges on each floor as well as a main floor common area with table tennis and comfortable seating.
Jacobson Hall is our newest residence building and was finished in 2018 just a year after Skidmore Hall. Jacobson offers 220 “suite-style” beds, that allow more of our upperclassmen students to stay on campus. As a state-of-the-art wood-framed modular building, Jacobson was not only efficient to build in terms of time, budget and space, but continues to be an energy efficient space. It includes vital new lounges and study spaces as part of attractive and affordable housing that helps our students succeed.