Nestled neatly in the heart of West Campus, the Robert H. ’50 and Judy Ley Allen Building stands as the iconic home of the Bush School of Government and Public Service.
Within its walls, the Allen Building has seen over 2,300 Bush School graduates grow into dedicated public servants. The building has also welcomed numerous government officials, former heads of state and distinguished visitors. In recent years, the highly competitive program has blossomed from its original 17 students to more than 340 in residence at the Allen Building, causing the Bush School’s educational needs to outgrow its home of 24 years.
During spring 2020, the first and second floors of the Allen Building were enhanced to accommodate the Bush School as it continues to expand. Now, the Allen Building campaign will provide funding to keep the new spaces operating for years to come.