Baylor celebrates 80 years in Houston

On July 12, 1943, Baylor University College of Medicine officially opened in Houston in a converted Sears, Roebuck & Co. building with 131 students. Just four years later, the College moved to our present site in the Roy & Lillie Cullen Building as the first building completed in the new Texas Medical Center. Eight decades and a name change later, Baylor College of Medicine is still on the front lines of education, research and healthcare around the world.

Take a look below at how the College and the TMC have changed over the years!

Slide show of Cullen photos starting with Sears building to finished building.

Read more about our history and relive some of Baylor milestones.

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