Bur Oaks on the Circle
The 33 bur oak trees lining the traffic circle are a welcoming sight for everyone entering campus from the main Campbell Road entrance.
- In Memory of Charlotte C.M. Bowling
- Class of 2009
- Curt Eley
- McDermott Scholars Nate and Nancy Fairbank
- Bruce C. MA’84 and Joyce R. Johnson BGS’83
- Darrelene Rachavong
- Jeff and Amanda Rockow
- Doug Swanson and Susan Rogers
- Allan A. Saxe
- In Honor of B. Hobson Wildenthal
Magnolias on the Margaret McDermott Mall
A total of 116 magnolias flank the reflecting pools, extending the full length of the plaza. As the trees mature, they provide welcoming shade from the Texas sun.
- Accor North America/Motel 6
- In Memory of Jimmy Alcorn BS’80
- In Honor of Paula Bratt
- In Memory of Dr. Cyrus D. Cantrell III
- Aaron and Stefanie Conley
- David and Susan Daniel
- Calvin D. Jamison Sr.
- In Honor of Dr. Scherry Johnson
- In Memory of John Forrest Kain
- James E. and Patricia D. Mitchell
- Philip and Stephanie Ritter
- In Honor of Judy Snellings
- Claudia Tatum
- B. Hobson Wildenthal
- In Memory of Victor Worsfold
Stone Planters on the Circle
The stone planters are a focal point of the enhancement project, prominently located at the head of the Margaret McDermott Mall. Each planter is encircled in limestone blocks and measures more than 26 feet across. The planters are filled with native red yuccas, providing a colorful and welcoming statement to campus visitors.
Reflecting Pools on the Margaret McDermott Mall
The reflecting pools form the central core of the enhancement project, stretching from the Naveen Jindal School of Management, past the Student Union, ending at the Eugene McDermott Library. The total length of the pools exceeds 600 feet. In times of drought, the pools can be drained to reveal a surface that resembles a dry Texas creek bed.
- Eugene McDermott Scholars Program Alumni Association
- Thomas and Lily Rhodes
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