Center for Lighting Education

The Center for Lighting Education was founded in 1998 as a facility to provide the opportunity for experiential lighting education. This ability for students to experience all of the various qualities of light is central to the Interior Design program and the associated Lighting Minor. Additionally, this same experientially philosophy extends to the Centerís outreach programs to both the University and the Metroplex communities.

This 600 square foot facility contains a flexible ceiling system designed to maximize the ability to demonstrate all aspects of halogen, fluorescent, and metal halide lighting. Even the student tables fold up against the wall to maximize space for large-scale demonstrations.

For current and upcoming lighting events, please contact:

Alyssa Stewart
IDFM 114