New campus map showcases UTSA's unique features in an … – UTSA

MARCH 23, 2023 — Wondering how far the Sombrilla is from the Main Building? Or where the closest water refill station is near the Ximenes Parking Garage? Maybe you need to meet someone at the NPB but have no idea where it is or what that abbreviation stands for?
Campus visitors, students, faculty and staff can now find answers to these questions—and many more—in one convenient location thanks to the new interactive UTSA Campus Map.
The map includes each of UTSA’s five campuses and is accessible online on any smartphone and computer without an app. Users can easily find buildings, amenities and points of interest through the search bar or by navigating through categories.

The new UTSA Campus Map allows users to easily find points of interest through the search bar or by navigating through categories. 
The project is an example of the university’s commitment to strategic growth and innovation. As UTSA continues to expand its student body and physical footprint, the map will ensure our campuses remain easy to navigate and welcoming.
“Whether you are exploring UTSA for the first time or an alumnus returning to campus, our interactive map makes it easy to find your way around our five campuses,” said UTSA Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President for Business Affairs Veronica Salazar. “It’s an exciting new resource that will help current and future students, families and visitors navigate our university.”

The new UTSA Campus Map provides additional insights about buildings around campus, such as the Science and Engineering Building.
The new UTSA Campus Map offers a robust set of features, including:
“The map is a useful information hub for all aspects of campus life,” said Anne Peters, UTSA associate vice president for university marketing and special projects. “With events like move-in day, graduation, game day activities, and arts performances, the map will help streamline information and instructions.”
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The Klesse College Student Success Center invites first gen students, faculty and staff to network and meet each other over some light food and drinks.
Stop by the COEHD Student Success Center to enjoy some light refreshments, drinks and an opportunity to relax by coloring, blowing bubbles and listening to some chill music. Take some time out of your busy schedule of class and events to take a beat and focus on yourself.
A tabling event with information on Supplemental Instruction and Tutoring Services. Students will learn about PERSI&T (Peer Education Resources: SI & Tutoring) and the courses they can receive support with. Informational flyers will be available. Student will have a chance to play a corn-hole game, using 3 beanbags.
Join us as we celebrate National First-Gen Day! Whether you’re the first in your family to pursue higher education or have blazed trails in any field, it’s time to celebrate YOU and your unique journey.
We will host students at the Main and DT campuses for apple cider, hot chocolate, coffee, and water.
Join us for a discussion with Dr. Rob Tillyer, Associate Dean for Graduate Student Success. A first-generation faculty member, Dr. Tillyer will share how he addressed questions he had when deciding to go to graduate school and what factors you should consider, too.
The UTSA Fostering Futures Program is planning to have a panel of former foster students who will be sharing their foster experience and how the UTSA Fostering Futures Program has impacted their education at UTSA.
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