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Central administration building of McLennan Community College, built in 1974 by Bush and Witt, architects, with major renovations in 1995 and 2008. The 4-story structure was called the "Administration Classroom" at the time. In 1993, the…

Built for $4 million dollars in 1986, the Ball Performing Arts Center features a 350-seat auditorium, recording studios, scenery construction shop, ensemble rehearsal halls and individual price rooms, enhancing and support McLennan's theater and…

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The Bosque River Stage was built in 2001 on riverfront property on the McLennan Community College campus, and features a 530-seat outdoor performance venue.

An earlier marina site was built in the mid-1970s which includes a boat ramp and fishing…

Originally called "Applied Sciences," this structure was built in 1968 by Bush and Witt architects as part of the college's original campus.

Originally called the "Applied Sciences" building, this structure was built in 1968 as part of the original McLennan Community College campus.

Purchased for $3 million dollars in 1987, this structure was formerly Waco High School's campus, and added 40 acres and 115,000 square feet to McLennan's physical footprint. Housing the Child Care Center, the Conference Room, Cosmetology, and most…

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Built in 2009 by RBDR P. L. L. C. of Waco Texas, the Emergency Services Education Center (ESEC) serves all fire, law enforcement and EMS professionals in McLennan County. Located apart from the main campus on Steinbeck Bend Road (near the Waco…

This building was one of the original structures of the permanent campus of McLennan Community College. It was built in 1968 by Bush and Witt architects, and was originally called the Administration Building. It is attached by a breezeway (later…

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Built in 1968 by Bush & Witt architects, the Faculty Office building is one of the original campus structures.

Built as part of the original campus in 1968 by Bush & Witt architects, the Fine Arts building is distinguishable from other campus structures by its hexagonal shape.
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