Pat Neff Hall is an iconic part of Baylor University’s skyline since 1939. The building is iconic with its gold leaf dome and carillon, but equally famous are the green lights that illuminate the building each and every time a Baylor team wins. Started in 1978 when Baylor Football beat Texas A&M, the tradition of lighting Pat Neff green continues to put a smile on alumni faces with each Baylor Bear victory.
Throughout years past Student Government was charged with lighting the building, but thanks to new LED lights gifted from the Class of 22 and Student Government, the tradition has changed slightly.
Gifts to Student Government support all that they do in representing our student body and seeking to enrich the quality of student life in the classroom and beyond.