|Notes||Originally built in 1967, the Jack B. Kelley Student Center (JBK) was first known as the Administration Building. Then in 1989, it underwent a major facelift in both appearance and personality. The building became the Jack B. Kelley Student Center after a generous endowment contribution in memory of former Amarillo businessman Jack B. Kelley. The JBK is the center of student activity at West Texas A&M University. The building underwent significant modifications the last two years. Construction for the expansion of the JBK began in 2011 and was completed in December 2012. The addition to the JBK includes additional meeting spaces, Legacy Hall (a multi-purpose room capable of seating 500-banquet style), a catering kitchen, a First-Year Experience office suite, a Buff Tech store, and restrooms on both floors.