About the Innovative LEarning Classroom Building

Innovative Learning Classroom Building architectural rendering

The 21st Century Classroom Building (21CCB) is now known as the Innovative Learning Classroom Building (ILCB / CRB).

The Innovative Learning Classroom Building at Texas A&M University is a key component of the institution's goal to build a culture of excellence in teaching and learning. The new 118,000 s.f. building will house 2,200 general purpose classroom seats in 10 classrooms. Located across two levels of the building, instructional spaces range in size from 600-seat in-the-round arenas to 72-seat learning studios. Informal study spaces will support the formal learning environments, creating a learning landscape for students and faculty to interact across the three-story building. On the top floor are offices for three instructional support groups - Center for Teaching Excellence, Office of Academic Innovations, and Instructional Media Services - collocated in the building to enhance and better promote active learning pedagogies at TAMU.


Interested in reserving a space in the Innovative Learning Classroom Building for a Non-Teaching Use?

Click on the image below to complete a ILCB Non-Teaching Use Request 

ILCB Non-Teaching Use Request