The Honors College is located in the historic Lampasas Hall, next to Old Main. Built in 1912 as the manual arts building, Lampasas Hall formerly housed the Department of Art and Design. The space the Honors College occupies in Lampasas includes classrooms, a computer lab with brand new computers as of Summer 2012, offices, a student kitchen and lounge, recycling center, and the Honors Coffee Forum. The Honors Coffee Forum houses the Gallery of the Common Experience, which is a changing art exhibit curated under the direction of Billi London-Gray.
In 2012, Lampasas Hall celebrated its 100-year anniversary. Located next to Old Main, the historic Lampasas Hall is the 2nd oldest building on campus.