A CAMPUS TRANSFORMED
More than $60 million in capital improvements have been made to Cameron's campus over the past years, including construction of Cameron Village, the Center for Emerging Technology and Entrepreneurial Studies (CETES), Cynthia S. Ross Hall, the McMahon Centennial Complex (MCC) and Bentley Gardens.
In Fall 2012, Cameron opened the Academic Commons, a building renovated from the former student union. This new facility houses Cameron's convergence journalism option, a multi-disciplinary tutoring center, computer laboratories, an adjunct faculty office suite, and modern classrooms. The Academic Commons joins the MCC, University Library and the McMahon Fine Arts Complex in offering extended hours of operation and serving CU students late into the evening and on weekends.
In summer 2013, the McMahon Field and Athletics Center was dedicated. The new home field for the Aggies softball team, it also has a dressing room for the team and umpires, a press box, concession facilities, restrooms, equipment storage, covered bleachers, landscaped patio spaces, an indoor practice facility with batting cages for both softball and baseball, and a new weight room for all Cameron athletes.