University of Utah Online Campus Map

New Online Campus Map Launched

Make finding your way around campus easier on our new online campus map. Designed with the mobile user in mind, navigating the sloped pedestrian thoroughfares through the U will be a breeze. An enhanced topographical look and a simpler interface provide better access to features like parking, construction, food and coffee information.

One of the map’s new functions is the virtual tours. We’ve started with just the beginnings, the historical building tour of Presidents Circle, but look for more to come, and please send in your own ideas. Along those lines, know that the map is currently in beta form and that there are improvements to be made, so please send us your thoughts and suggestions. You can email us here or click “Feedback” at the top right of the map.

Here are some pointers on how to get the most of the map:

• Expand “Map Features” to turn on (and off) layered information for parking, construction, coffee and food.

Map Features — University of Utah Online Map


• To make buildings “clickable” for detailed information — building number, code, address and Google street view — the “Buildings” layer must be turned on.

Map Features — University of Utah Online Map


• Click on “Map Views” to choose the map background — terrain view or aerial photograph.

Map Features — University of Utah Online Map


• Search for building locations by clicking on the “Search” link.

Map Features — University of Utah Online Map


• To return to the default orientation, click on the home icon on the left side of the map.

• To view your location on the map, click on the circle location icon on the left.

Map Features — University of Utah Online Map


Again, the online map is still in “beta,” so if you have any suggestions or see any bugs, please email them to us.

  • Grant Sunada

    The updates look great! I would love to see the Campus Shuttle maps integrated and have the ability to map the fastest (or least steep?) route via a combination of UTA and Campus Shuttles.

    Thank you for the news!