NMSU: Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
New Mexico State University
Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
College of Engineering

How to Find Us

Campus Location

The Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering is found in two buildings on campus: Thomas & Brown Hall and Goddard Annex.  Thomas & Brown Hall, which is named for Melvin Thomas (department head from 1932 to 1956 and Dean from 1947 to 1961) and Harold Brown (department head from 1956 to 1968), is the main building for the Klipsch School housing the department's classrooms, main office, most faculty offices, the Crosno Study Hall, and several research laboratories.  Goddard Annex, which is named for Ralph Goddard (department head from 1914 to 1929 and Dean from 1920 to 1929), is primarily a research laboratory housing office and laboratory space for faculty and students. 

Thomas and Brown Hall's address is 1125 Frenger Mall located at the corner of Frenger Mall and Sweet Street, one-half of a block south of South Horseshoe.  Goddard Annex's address is 1100 South Horseshoe which is at the corner of Sweet Street and South Horseshoe.  The E&CE department office is in room 106 of Thomas & Brown Hall -- right at the center of the building on the ground floor. 


Campus Map to Thomas & Brown Hall and Goddard Annex

If you are driving to the campus, click here for driving directions and parking information.  Or set your GPS to guide you to 32° 16' 52" N, 106° 45' 14" W!



Thomas and Brown Hall

To find the main office of the Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, first go to the front entrance of Thomas & Brown Hall. This is located on the Frenger pedestrian walkway at 1125 Frenger Mall. The main entrance is centrally located on the ground floor of Thomas & Brown Hall.

ECE Main Office

The main office is Room 106 of the building and can be seen down the small hall way across from the "ECE Academy" pictures as you come in the main entrance. The main office is basically at the center of the ground floor.

Klipsch Lecture Hall

Across from the main office is the Klipsch Lecture Hall. The lecture hall is Room 104 in the building and is named for Paul Klipsch, class of 1926. The lecture hall has two Klipschorn speakers and multimedia capabilities.

Goddard Annex

Goddard Hall and Goddard Annex were the original home to the Electrical Engineering Department until Thomas & Brown Hall was built in 1972. Today, the College of Engineering Dean's offices occupy Goddard Hall (the tower) and research labs for the Klipsch School occupy the Goddard Annex. The main entrance to Goddard Annex is found off South Horseshoe. Goddard Annex was rebuilt in 2001 for the faculty research laboratory space.