The EERC will be located along Waller Creek, between Speedway and San Jacinto Boulevard.

The EERC will be located along Waller Creek, between Speedway and San Jacinto Boulevard.

The Atrium will greet anyone walking through the EERC

The Atrium will greet anyone walking through the EERC

National Instruments Student Project Center

National Instruments Student Project Center

West entrance to the EERC from Speedway

West entrance to the EERC from Speedway

James J. and Miriam B. Mulva Conference Center and Auditorium<

The James J. and Miriam B. Mulva Conference Center and Auditorium

Innovation Center

Innovation Center

E-Loft, overlooking Waller Creek

E-Loft, overlooking Waller Creek

Engineering Education and Research Center

Set to open in 2017, the Engineering Education and Research Center (EERC) will further our culture of innovation and transform engineering education through cross-disciplinary teaching and research. Learn more about what will happen inside »

EERC at a Glance

  • 430,000 square feet of open and flexible space for interactive learning and hands-on student projects
  • 21st-century teaching and research labs for creating new technologies and solving real-world problems
  • State-of-the-art engineering library and cafe, where students will study, collaborate and socialize
  • A central location for all engineering student services, such as student life, advising and career assistance
  • A new home for the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the Cockrell School's largest department