A virtual visit UT Southwestern Medical Center

Although we are currently unable to have in-person campus visits, we would still like to show you around and tell you all about UT Southwestern Medical Center.

Let's begin!

Watch our campus highlights video to find your way around the leading-edge facilities found only at UT Southwestern.

Forest of Light

Commissioned especially for UT Southwestern, Forest of Light comprises 80 “trees,” spanning 1,500 square feet of the fourth-floor rooftop garden at West Campus Building 3.

Unveiled in 2019, this ever-changing work is one of our newest you-can’t-miss-it pieces of art at UT Southwestern.

South Campus on the plaza

Seldin Plaza, above, with two new sculptures installed in 2019, flows into McDermott Plaza, below.
McDermott Plaza

Simulation Center

West Campus Building 3 is home to UT Southwestern's Sim Center.

One of the newest and largest facilities of its kind in the nation, the UT Southwestern's Simulation Center creates real-world environments with innovative teaching modalities.

William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital

Sunset view from inside William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital

Clements University Hospital, ranked #1 in DFW three years in a row.

The primary teaching hospital for UT Southwestern Medical Center, Parkland Memorial Hospital is one of the largest and busiest public hospitals in the nation, with more than 1 million patient visits each year.

Legacy of excellence

Our story

For more than 75 years, UT Southwestern has maintained a pioneering spirit.

UT Southwestern schools

UT Southwestern Medical School student commons

UT Southwestern Medical School

UT Southwestern Medical School uses an innovative curriculum and early clinical experiences in some of the nation’s most dynamic health care facilities to train the physicians of tomorrow. Learners’ skills are developed through an emphasis on student mentorship by renowned faculty, access to diverse educational opportunities, and student-centered learning communities. Since our founding in 1943, UT Southwestern has been committed to developing the next generation of well-rounded leaders in clinical care and research.

UT Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

The goal of the Graduate School is to provide students with the tools, skills, and support necessary to forge a solid foundation upon which they can build successful careers as leaders in biomedical research and education. Alumni of UT Southwestern’s Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences maintain a legacy of excellence through their work at top research institutions throughout the world.

UT Southwestern School of Health Professions

Part of one of the nation’s premier academic medical centers, the UT Southwestern School of Health Professions is a leader in training students to meet the challenges and opportunities in a wide range of dynamic fields, including clinical nutrition, physical therapy, physician assistant studies, prosthetics-orthotics, radiation therapy, and rehabilitation counseling. More than 300 students enroll each year for studies at the master’s and doctorate levels.

Art Watch

The role of art in creating a welcoming and healing environment at UT Southwestern is seen in the large and diverse collection that is spread throughout the campus.

McDermott Plaza on the South Campus of UT Southwestern Medical Center


We are in the contracting process with YouVisit, a digital content engagement solution provider that will generate and host interactive (Virtual Reality) 360-degree photos/videos of our campus. We plan to highlight twenty locations to show all of the amazing things happening at UT Southwestern while meeting the strategic needs of education, research, and clinical marketing.