Teresa and Luther King Hall
Teresa and Luther King Hall
Flanking the southwest corner of the Campus Commons, Teresa and Luther King Hall strengthens the student experience and places academic and co-curricular resources within arm's reach of 160 residents. King Hall is named for Teresa and Luther King in recognition of their extraordinary philanthropic support and volunteer leadership at TCU. Mrs. King, a Dallas and Fort Worth community volunteer, has been a longtime supporter of the TCU fine arts and is a member of the Fine Arts International Board of Visitors. Mr. King is founder and president of Luther King Capital Management. He received a Bachelor of Science in Commerce from TCU in 1962 and a Masters in Business Administration from the Neeley School in 1966. In 1992, he was recognized as the Distinguished Alumnus. Mr. King has been a TCU Trustee since 1992 and has served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees. The building was dedicated in April 2008.
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