“We live in a wonderful area that combines a first-rate education and university resources with easy access to nature and outdoor activities. Nothing could be better!”
The remote period is designed to slow the spread of the coronavirus on campus.
An inclusive list of facilitates, food courts and amenities open and ready to serve the campus community.
Starting today, there are new parking lots opening, shuttle routes starting and special prizes for those who use public transportation.
The Union will award 17 scholarships, worth more than $100,000, at the 2018 Union Scholarship Celebration — more than given in all previous years combined.
“When I came to the U, I was told things like, “this is a commuter school,” “a lot of students are married with kids,” and “students don’t want a nightlife.” All of which I’ve found to be untrue. Students want an active and vibrant college campus life.”
Head to the Union on Dec. 22 to air your grievances, participate in the Feats of Strength and indulge in delicious holiday treats.
University Campus Store opens U Market Place in Union.
Beginning May 16, 2016, changes to the Union and Student Services visitor parking will take effect — parking kiosks replacing tickets.
New shuttle route through heart of campus under way.