Around Campus

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With 380 acres of space, the UA campus is home to a wide variety of academic buildings, libraries, gardens, performance arts centers, sports venues, restaurants and more. Here are some resources to help you sort everything out and make the most of your time on our beautiful campus.

  • UA Visitor Guide
    This publication includes various resources for campus visitors.
  • UA Visitor Center
    This building features UA exhibits and publications, UAPresents ticket sales, Internet access and more.
  • Interactive Campus Map
    Points out buildings, parking garages and streets around campus.
  • Libraries
    This website provides a list of all the libraries around the University of Arizona.
  • Center for Creative Photography
    This nationally recognized museum features exhibits by artists such as Ansel Adams and Edward Weston, as well as more contemporary photographers.
  • Arts and Museums
    Find descriptions of the UA's museums, performing arts, fine arts and film venues here.
  • Flandrau: The UA Science Center
    In addition to containing the largest public-viewing telescope in Southern Arizona, Flandrau also has a planetarium theater, science workshops and hands-on science exhibits.
  • Jim Click Hall of Champions
    This museum chronicles 100 years of UA Athletics.
  • Arizona Athletics
    This website has information about sports games and memorabilia.
  • UAPresents
    Read about and purchase tickets for upcoming UA shows.
  • Gallagher Theater
    This movie theater is equipped with 340 seats and a 26 x 11 foot screen.
  • Plant Walk
    The University of Arizona is home to the oldest continually maintained green space in Arizona. This website acts as a tour guide and points out the various plant species located around campus.
  • Where to eat on campus
    This website features links to student eateries across campus.
  • Main Gate Square
    A guide to all the restaurants, merchants and events on University Boulevard between Park Avenue and Euclid.

Photo credit: Paul O'Mara

Originally posted: August 29, 2013
Last updated: October 16, 2015
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