The Communications Complex that houses Moody College of Communication is comprised of four buildings in the northwest portion of the main campus on the corner of Guadalupe and Dean Keeton streets and offers numerous resources and rooms for your meetings and projects.
The G. B. Dealey Center for New Media (formerly known as the Belo Center for New Media) serves as a national center for work on media convergence and houses the School of Journalism, the Stan Richards School of Advertising and Public Relations and the college's Dean's Office as well as KUT/KUTX Public Media Studios.
CMA houses the departments of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, Communication Studies, and Radio-Television-Film as well as state-of-the-art classrooms. It also contains the Digital Media Lab and Technology Services, where faculty, staff, and students can check-out A/V equipment and request technical assistance.
CMB contains more than 25,000 square-feet of studio space for film and television production work along a vertical axis that maintains a central equipment core via a freight elevator capable of hauling large scenery or equipment. CMB also houses numerous post-production editing suites, KLRU-TV and the Behavioral Sciences Laboratory.