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Gates: Defining a Campus

Gates
  • Just as Braniff Memorial Tower has for decades attracted the attention of all those who pass by, so does the new gateways situated at five campus entrances. Each of the new entries takes advantage of recently expanded thoroughfares on the north, south and east sides of campus by clearly defining the campus perimeter to create a distinct visual boundary.

    The collection of gateways has been designed to mimic the feel of existing campus structures, which, for the most part, are unassuming and unadorned, yet elegant. Each incorporates masonry pillars constructed of a light-colored brick similar to that which faces many of the buildings that line Braniff Mall, as well as natural milsap stone planting beds filled with native shrubs and flowering annuals. Most feature copper accents and distinctive monument signage.

    If you are interested in supporting the Campus Transformation Project, please contact:

    Robert Galecke
    Robert M. Galecke

    Executive Vice President
    972-721-5201
    galecke@udallas.edu

    Gate A

    Gate A

    Location: Gorman Dr. & E. Northgate Dr.

    The Gorman Dr. entrance on the campus’ south side along E. Northgate Dr. is the primary entry point for students living in the New Residence Hall and Student Apartments, as well as Gregory and Jerome residence halls. It serves as the entrance that provides the quickest and most direct access to all athletic facilities and the Church of the Incarnation.

    Features: Gate A consists of two masonry and copper pillars with lighting, masonry and milsap stone planting beds, sidewalks and landscaping.

    Gift Amount: $300,000

    Levy Gateway

    Levy Gate

    Dedicated in honor of Lester A. Levy, Sr.
    Chairman, NCH Corporation & UD Trustee 1979-1988

    Location: Science Dr. & E. Northgate Dr.

    In terms of foot traffic, the Anselm Dr. entrance is one of UD’s busiest entry points because it serves as the main route to and from class for students who live just off campus. Anselm and Augustine residence halls also lie just inside this entrance.

    Features: Levy Gate has as its backdrop two landmarks, Braniff Memorial Tower and the Haggerty Science Center with its distinctive observatory. Not only does it consist of two masonry and copper pillars with lighting, masonry and milsap stone planting beds, sidewalks and landscaping.

    Lynch Circle

    Gate C

    Location: Lynch Circle

    Lynch Circle, off of E. Northgate Dr., is widely considered to be UD’s “main entrance.” Its proximity to the campus core, including Carpenter Hall, Braniff Memorial Tower, Braniff Mall and Haggar University Center, make it the entry point that provides many visitors with their first impressions of UD.

    Features: As the main entrance, Gate C incorporates monument signage that announces the presence of the University of Dallas to both visitors and passers-by. It features two masonry and copper pillars with lighting, masonry and milsap stone planting beds and landscaping.

    Gift Amount: $400,000

    Alumni Gateway

    Alumni Gate 

    Dedicated by the National Alumni Board

    Location: Blakely Dr. & Tom Braniff Dr.

    The Catherine Dr. entrance is the campus’ only entry point along Tom Braniff Dr., a four-lane thoroughfare that connects Highway 114 and Highway 183. Located on UD’s east side, the entrance offers convenient access to the School of Ministry and Margaret Jonnson Theatre, as well as three residence halls – O’Connell, Theresa and Madonna.

    Features: Alumni Gate consists of two masonry and copper pillars with lighting, masonry and milsap stone planting beds, sidewalks and landscaping.

    Gate E

    Gate E

    Location: Gorman Dr. & Highway 114

    The completion of a greatly expanded Highway 114 and the new Loop 12 interchange, as well as the opening of DART’s Orange Line, give the north side of campus even greater visibility from more than 97,000 drivers per day that use the roadway to go about their daily routines. This entrance, on the north end of Gorman Dr., undoubtedly sees the greatest amount of automobile traffic.

    Features: Gate E incorporates monument signage to identify the campus, and features two masonry and copper pillars with lighting, milsap stone planting beds and landscaping.

    Gift Amount: $400,000

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